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    Default WTB Devlieg 2b-36 or?

    Going to start the new shop in about a month. Time to start looking fora few large machines. Anyone with a devlieg 2b-36 or possibly larger? Might consider a boring mill with outboard with 48" or slightly larger table as well. At some point a Bullard and an openside planer. But one step at a time.

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    A 2B is a great machine ..... I have a bit larger Devlieg I’d like to sell it’s a 3H-72, only problem is I’m in Utah.
    but if this sounds interesting to you please contact me , it will include angle plates and spindle tooling.
    cheers Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mebfab View Post
    Going to start the new shop in about a month. Time to start looking fora few large machines. Anyone with a devlieg 2b-36 or possibly larger? Might consider a boring mill with outboard with 48" or slightly larger table as well. At some point a Bullard and an openside planer. But one step at a time.
    Here's a couple, don't know anything about the sellers!

    detroit metro tools "devlieg" - craigslist

    Good luck!

    Kevin

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    Wow. That 3H48 in Detroit is give away cheap with all its tooling. But condition is everything. DeVliegs are soft way machines. And its a small enough machine it can be moved intact. If you go this route, there is a hole through the column and counterweight for a bar. Align the holes, insert the bar, and raise the head to put weight on the bar to keep the counterweight supported and locked in place.

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    Looks like the X axis way covers are missing and have been for a while. But, as far as Devliegs go, that's a pretty new machine.

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    Anyone have copy of the manual with moving pics and instructions?


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