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    Default Induma Italian mill from who-knows-when

    I can find very little about this mill out on the web so thought it was worth sharing. What I know is that it was built by Induma (an Italian company)... that's it.

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    Do you still have this mill? Im getting one next week. Model 2/U..

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    Yes I do. Have done absolutely nothing with it since this post. Had my 2nd, 3rd, and 4th daughter in the mean time. 😁

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    It looks like it could be real handy;If that vertical head can really weld. But it looks like you have to upset the mill to weld vertical. dave [acme thread]

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsdorsey View Post
    I can find very little about this mill out on the web so thought it was worth sharing. What I know is that it was built by Induma (an Italian company)... that's it.

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    Unfamiliar to me as well, Induma turret [sort of Bridgeport style] are scattered around, and run nicely. With that, your convertible is a workhorse.
    When first seen, impression was SAJO [Sweden] another fine manufacturer. Unfortunate they [either] weren't distributed/ accepted more broadly, good machines with few shortcuts.


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