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    Default Monarch 13EE (plus 10EE & 2 large Monarchs) available

    Monarch 13EE available.

    Hope posting this is OK. Guess it wont be here for long if it isn't.

    I did not even know these larger Monarch Lathes existed, I was astounded to see this. Did some research and found a few conversations here and you Monarch Lathe aficionados seem to really place a huge value on these, so....

    I am posting this in hope that you more serious Monarch Lathe aficionados can have the opportunity to purchase this lathe and give it a good home.

    This is not my suction. I do not have the means or facility to take on owning this lathe, I leave this to those of you who do and who have the knowledge to own, work on and operate this lathe.

    monarch-lathe-001.jpg

    https://bid.orbitbid.com/lots/3328857#


    Who ever buys this, if you are a member here, hopefully will keep us posted on the purchase and adventure in getting it home and getting it up and running.

    Thanks, Robert

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    Last edited by Cal Haines; 08-02-2021 at 07:29 PM.

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    wow. if I had room for it likey would go $5k (?) on it.
    Not that far I could load it on my trailer (?)
    only about 120 miles away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michiganbuck View Post
    wow. if I had room for it likey would go $5k (?) on it.
    Not that far I could load it on my trailer (?)
    Better have a good size trailer and a serious towing rig, it weighs 6 tons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rimcanyon View Post
    Better have a good size trailer and a serious towing rig, it weighs 6 tons.
    Are you sure?
    I’d bet more like 6000+ pounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpseguin View Post
    Are you sure?
    I’d bet more like 6000+ pounds.
    The ad says 12,000#.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big B View Post
    The ad says 12,000#.
    Ok. Thanks!
    I didn’t see that.
    Wow! Must be super beefy castings, if accurate.

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    I have some Monarch literature, circa 1960 if I'm interpreting the date code right. It gives the net weight of the 1000EE with 30" capacity between centers as 10,250 pounds. The picture shown looks like it's the 30" between centers version (also offered was 54" between centers). The 13EE shown here for sale looks longer.

    It's my understanding that the 1000EE followed the 13EE and is quite similar. The main, maybe only, difference was in the drive; the 13EE having a motor generator set and the 1000EE being electronic.

    David

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpseguin View Post
    Ok. Thanks!
    I didn’t see that.
    Wow! Must be super beefy castings, if accurate.
    Tiny 10EE is around 3,200 Avoir and a bit. Same again an HBX-360. Alzmetall DP is 4,400 with the non-rotating rectangular table. Quartet mill 5205.

    Over a ton and a half, or even a skosh over two tons.

    Not a lot of "super beefy castoings" anywhere IN a Range Rover.. light alloy and shiney-wood skins, rather. And those stocky buggers go close on THREE tons.

    So, too, a "Diamond safe".. smaller than the average 'fridge for 5800 to 6200 Avoir.

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    I’m about to pick up a 30” version next week. The listing says that is a 54” one. The tag on my 30” says that it weighs 11,500.

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    The weight is no big deal, I have run grinders that heavy. but it is likely too much for my trailer. I have to get off this page or will be bidding on it and no place to put it.

    Looks like this seller also has a G&L grinder out in the barn.

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    My 13EE with a 54" C-C is at least 12K and that is without the motor/generator and rear enclosure. The spindle drive controls look a bit shoddy. Be interested in seeing what it fetches.

    Steve

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    We should all chip in to buy it. I have a little room at my place. You can all store it here and come to work on it when you're free.

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    I'll take the Trav-a-dial...

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    Looks like they can’t load it. Be a hell of a time getting that beast on a trailer!

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    it is a shame the radius dresser and lathe chucks are so rust pitted.

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    My sense of scale might be off but the tailstock looks so light comparatively.

    Is there a lot of weight in the base cabinet(s), like its a big cast tub?

    No problem if you own a 15,5 forklift. I don't and probably should not get one.....

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    Cool

    Did anyone see the 10EE round dial in the same auction? Comes with a the Monarch collet cabinet. If anyone around the auction area wants to do some pickup and shipping let me know .

    https://bid.orbitbid.com/lots/332885...Jldlt3aWRdPTE.

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    Damn, I want it. But I always want another Monarch.

    So many lathe, so little assets.

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    I'm trying to not register for the auction,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jdub63 View Post
    Did anyone see the 10EE round dial in the same auction? Comes with a the Monarch collet cabinet. If anyone around the auction area wants to do some pickup and shipping let me know .

    https://bid.orbitbid.com/lots/332885...Jldlt3aWRdPTE.
    I was looking at the 10ee link you just posted, and don't I see a nice Cincinnati Bickford drill press in the background of one of the pics too:

    https://bid.orbitbid.com/lots/332886...HJldlt3aWRdPTE.

    Its a box column, I'd prefer a round column, but I'd really like a power fed drill press. Everything I'd like to buy is a minimum of 1500 miles away. How is that ? 1500 miles away from everything. . .

    In searching the auction for the drill press found two large Monarchs as well:
    https://bid.orbitbid.com/lots/332908...ByZXZbd2lkXT0x

    https://bid.orbitbid.com/lots/332907...ByZXZbd2lkXT0x


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