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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.
    Thanks for pointing that out!

    Looks like a well equipped machine. It's a 1942 round-dial with some nice features: accumulating cross-feed dial, Trav-a-Dial and micrometer taper-attachment. Looks like it comes with a Sjogren 2J collet chuck. Add says it has a "complete collet set". Includes a nice 6" 3-jaw chuck with removable top jaws that looks like it might be set-true type (if so, the chuck alone is worth about $1000). It would have originally had a motor/generator drive. Overall condition looks good. No broken handles; but it's missing the feed/thread knob on the gearbox. Things that tend to get lost, like the tailstock dauber and the oil fill caps are all there.

    Auction ends tomorrow and nobody has bid. For the low-low price of $100 this beauty could be yours!

    Cal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cal Haines View Post
    Auction ends tomorrow and nobody has bid. For the low-low price of $100 this beauty could be yours!

    Cal
    So Cal, are you bidding? Buck can probably pick it up for you when he picks up his 13EE.

    Seriously, if anyone on the forum does buy that 10EE I would like to buy the turret toolpost. I need one for my mfg. lathe.

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    Of all the machines linked to in this thread the 10ee is the only one with any real money on it (with 4+ hrs to go)

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    Anyone from PM bidding on this auction?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jdub63 View Post
    Anyone from PM bidding on this auction?
    No, but with 35 minutes on the clock, I can't tell you how frustrated I am.

    Maybe the prices shoot up in the last minute, but jesus, I'm trying not be upset right now.

    One deterrent for me was the items need to be moved quick, by this friday, unless a special appointment. I didn't think I could swing the time line anyway. Still need rigging and shipping. But man, the 13ee sitting there at $1625.

    Cincinnati Bickford drill press at $55. . . Dammit!

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    Lot1-42060, Monarch 18" BB sold for $1024-
    General Description: (1) Monarch 18" BB machine lathe, 20.5" swing, 72" between centers, 12" 6-jaw buck chuck, tail stock, tool holder, coolant, Newall DRO, steady rest, taper attachment, 220/440, 3 phase, winning bidder responsible for proper removal.

    Lott 1-42061, Monarch 22" CM sold for $675-
    General Description: (1) Monarch 22" machine lathe, 24.5" actual swing, 96" distance between centers, 18", 3-jaw chuck, tool holder, tail stock, steady rest, 220/440V, 3 phase, also includes a 21" 4-jaw chuck, (1) 24" face plate, steady rest, taper attachment, (2) tubs of miscellaneous tooling, boring bar, and more, winning bidder responsible for proper removal.

    Lot# 1-3826, Cincinnati bickford drill press sold for $55-
    General Description: (1) Cincinnati Bickford Super Service heavy duty drill press, 21" x 16.5" slotted table, 1500 max. RPM spindle speed, 4-speed power feed, built in coolant pump, 220/440V, 3 HP, 3 phase electric motor, splash guard around table, in working condition, winning bidder responsible for proper removal. (AB) Please Note: Forklift NOT available, Buyer is responsible for removal of this item, or suggested rigger please call James Gath for estimate, (989) 239-4646

    Lot 1-3829, Monarch 10EE sold for $5185-
    General Description: (1) Monarch, model 10EE, machine precision lathe, 6", 3-jaw chuck, tail stock, power feed, square turret tool post, taper attachment, complete collet set, Hardinge Brothers, Inc., collet drawbar handwheel, collets in metal flip top cabinet with lower door and drawer storage, 220V, 3 phase, includes work light and manuals, in good working condition, winning bidder responsible for proper removal. (AB) Please Note: Forklift NOT available, Buyer is responsible for removal of this item, or suggested rigger please call James Gath for estimate, (989) 239-4646

    Lot 1-3826 Monarch 13EE sold for $3885-
    General Description: (1) Monarch, model 13EE, precision tool room lathe, 10", 3-jaw chuck, square turret tool post, tail stock, taper attachment, hard ways, with built in coolant system pump, upgraded with Reliance 20 HP DC Flex pak Plus system for variable speed drive, includes Shooting Star Technology DRO, approx. 18" swing, 54" between centers, 440V with step down transformer to make it to 230V, 3 phase, includes manuals, approx. 2" hole through spindle, estimated weight of 12,000 lbs., in good working condition, winning bidder responsible for proper removal, proper equipment will be required for removal. (AB) Please Note: Forklift NOT available, Buyer is responsible for removal of this item, or suggested rigger please call James Gath for estimate, (989) 239-4646

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    13ee is super tempting. Not sure if it'll go for much more but the guy bidding right now might really want it. I just picked up a 1000ee yesterday so not sure if I am in the mood to do it again tomorrow.

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    3 completed so far:

    Cincinnati Bickford drill press:

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    The two larger Monarchs

    415.jpg 416.jpg

    I think I need a nap, or something to kick.

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    Someone needs to buy that 13ee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by texasgunsmith View Post
    3 completed so far:

    Cincinnati Bickford drill press:

    417.jpg

    The two larger Monarchs

    415.jpg 416.jpg

    I think I need a nap, or something to kick.
    Sorry.

    We elders have dibs on the naps. Seniority thing.

    You'll just have to find something to kick.

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    Done, looks like the same bidder got both the 10EE and the 13EE, time to start drinking

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    Holy cow!!
    Dirt cheap!


    Quote Originally Posted by Rob F. View Post
    Lot1-42060, Monarch 18" BB sold for $1024-
    General Description: (1) Monarch 18" BB machine lathe, 20.5" swing, 72" between centers, 12" 6-jaw buck chuck, tail stock, tool holder, coolant, Newall DRO, steady rest, taper attachment, 220/440, 3 phase, winning bidder responsible for proper removal.
    Wow! I would have definitely been interested in that machine, but probably couldn't swing getting it moved by this Friday...



    Quote Originally Posted by Rob F. View Post
    Lott 1-42061, Monarch 22" CM sold for $675-
    General Description: (1) Monarch 22" machine lathe, 24.5" actual swing, 96" distance between centers, 18", 3-jaw chuck, tool holder, tail stock, steady rest, 220/440V, 3 phase, also includes a 21" 4-jaw chuck, (1) 24" face plate, steady rest, taper attachment, (2) tubs of miscellaneous tooling, boring bar, and more, winning bidder responsible for proper removal.

    Lot# 1-3826, Cincinnati bickford drill press sold for $55-
    General Description: (1) Cincinnati Bickford Super Service heavy duty drill press, 21" x 16.5" slotted table, 1500 max. RPM spindle speed, 4-speed power feed, built in coolant pump, 220/440V, 3 HP, 3 phase electric motor, splash guard around table, in working condition, winning bidder responsible for proper removal. (AB) Please Note: Forklift NOT available, Buyer is responsible for removal of this item, or suggested rigger please call James Gath for estimate, (989) 239-4646

    Lot 1-3829, Monarch 10EE sold for $5185-
    General Description: (1) Monarch, model 10EE, machine precision lathe, 6", 3-jaw chuck, tail stock, power feed, square turret tool post, taper attachment, complete collet set, Hardinge Brothers, Inc., collet drawbar handwheel, collets in metal flip top cabinet with lower door and drawer storage, 220V, 3 phase, includes work light and manuals, in good working condition, winning bidder responsible for proper removal. (AB) Please Note: Forklift NOT available, Buyer is responsible for removal of this item, or suggested rigger please call James Gath for estimate, (989) 239-4646

    Lot 1-3826 Monarch 13EE sold for $3885-
    General Description: (1) Monarch, model 13EE, precision tool room lathe, 10", 3-jaw chuck, square turret tool post, tail stock, taper attachment, hard ways, with built in coolant system pump, upgraded with Reliance 20 HP DC Flex pak Plus system for variable speed drive, includes Shooting Star Technology DRO, approx. 18" swing, 54" between centers, 440V with step down transformer to make it to 230V, 3 phase, includes manuals, approx. 2" hole through spindle, estimated weight of 12,000 lbs., in good working condition, winning bidder responsible for proper removal, proper equipment will be required for removal. (AB) Please Note: Forklift NOT available, Buyer is responsible for removal of this item, or suggested rigger please call James Gath for estimate, (989) 239-4646

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jdub63 View Post
    Done, looks like the same bidder got both the 10EE and the 13EE, time to start drinking
    After sitting out a bid?

    No help!

    The lot of yah would only fail at drinking ... for being too slow over procrastinating to lift the jar...

    .. before a fine Malt simply evaporated for lack of participation..

    Now .... a "Whine and "Jeez!" party?

    On the evidence, THAT y'all could manage rather adroitly!


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    I see Rob F covered the winning bids cost already. For those interested:

    13ee:

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    10ee:

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    And none of you guys picked either one up ? I'm ashamed of you

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmanuelGoldstein View Post
    And none of you guys picked either one up ? I'm ashamed of you :(
    You were already ashamed of the whole country.

    Why risk the "extra" money when we can get your negatoriness for no charge?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thermite View Post
    Why risk the "extra" money when we can get your negatoriness for no charge?
    Because you'd get a really nice lathe for cheap along with it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by texasgunsmith View Post
    I see Rob F covered the winning bids cost already. For those interested:

    13ee:

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    10ee:

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    I like your screenshot method better, rather than copy and paste like I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmanuelGoldstein View Post
    Because you'd get a really nice lathe for cheap along with it ?
    Yah.. well.. 13EE and 1000EE were 3-Phase-only animals. MG, Fire bottles (six of 'em), or early Daze 3-Phase-only Solid-State DC Drives the size of a small fridge' and twice as ugly as to wiring as an early telephone PBX..

    Right about one-third MORE power than a similar-era Lodge & Shipley "AVS".

    Lots of power. Be it ergs or Amps, "powerful Katrinka" wanted.

    Even if VFD converted, that's a 30 HP AC motor to replace a 20 HP Dee Cee... and a VFD that has the input-side rations to actually haul a thutty-horse load-motor.

    Pretty much industrial facility denizens ELSE "decorators", IOW.

    Not everybody so "lucky" can even spin one UP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmanuelGoldstein View Post
    And none of you guys picked either one up ? I'm ashamed of you
    Yea me too. Timing, floorspace, and too many projects right now. But I've been keeping an eyeball out for a drill press like that. Even at $55 bid, probably would have cost $2 or $3k by the time rigging and shipping were paid.

    The 13ee would be real special, but I have lathes.


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