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    Default 17 inch Monarch -San Bernardino, Ca. Craigslist

    Monarch on Craigslist, in SoCal. Dataplate says 24 inch swing.

    MONARCH 17 IN LATHE HARD BED - business/commercial - by owner - sale

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    Looks like a model 61, nice machine

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    That does look like a nice machine. Is that another one of those powered compound slides? Very similar to Aaron Durda's of YouTube

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    Wish I need another lathe, good price....Phil

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    I think that is a good buy. I don't know if it had power angular feed or not, but that would definitely be a nice addition. I thought mine originally had it, but I was shocked to find out, it was gutted and missing everything.

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    I was wondering what this is, is it a power angle feed?

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    It is not too far from where I hangglide, if someone wanted me to stop by and check something I could. just can't say when.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bll230 View Post
    I was wondering what this is, is it a power angle feed?

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    It is not too far from where I hangglide, if someone wanted me to stop by and check something I could. just can't say when.
    Sure looks like an angular slide, but I don't see any extra levers on the apron to engage it. The 12CK I looked at years ago had a powered compound but had levers right there to kind of denote the feature.

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    The compound base slide may be the remains of a hydraulic tracer attachment.


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