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    I had a 2-1/2" Hydrobar. I sold it to...

    I had a 2-1/2" Hydrobar.
    I sold it to Hildebrand Machinery for about $1200. I also struck out advertising it myself so i called Dave, he seems to have a market for them, he has listed at least a...
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    That lathe has an L style spindle, so compare it...

    That lathe has an L style spindle, so compare it to other lathes with L spindles. L chucks and attachments are harder to find and less convenient than D style spindles. Still much better lathe than a...
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    I'd say value would be more dependent on...

    I'd say value would be more dependent on condition and what tooling is included, than the model of lathe. That's a good machine, I have it's next generation brother and love it, if it's in good shape...
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    It's for turning a step - 2 diameters in one...

    It's for turning a step - 2 diameters in one pass. The graduations are to adjust the distance of the steps.
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    As long as I've had it, we've never found any ID...

    As long as I've had it, we've never found any ID on it. There might be something buried under paint. I'll take another look. Soon. As soon as I have nothing else to do. And I'm working in that...
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    Since you are in the UK it would serve you to...

    Since you are in the UK it would serve you to look at Edgecam. It's a direct competitor to MC, it's very focused recently on multiaxis and more advanced machining, and it's developed in the UK....
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    Vises are all sold.

    Vises are all sold.
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    Here's the good side. 265921 Here's Bubba's...

    Here's the good side.
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    Here's Bubba's weld repair

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    Here's the outside of the frame

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    It's an older mechanical machine of unknown...

    It's an older mechanical machine of unknown parentage. The clutch is foot operated with a long treadle, I imagine I'd have to rig up an air operation at least to make it OSHA complaint with a covered...
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    Even for cutting 8' long .050 or .032 aluminum? I...

    Even for cutting 8' long .050 or .032 aluminum? I need to decide whether to fix or replace my 8' shear.
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    I put an older deactivated phone of mine in the...

    I put an older deactivated phone of mine in the shop to use for viewing programs and taking photos of setups. Email still works through the WIFI so we email programs to it as .txt files and email...
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    I recently had a ballscrew of similar size made...

    I recently had a ballscrew of similar size made by Korta for a Deckel/SHW machine. Not Netherlands, but at least they are in your same hemisphere. Korta - Ball screw production leader
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    FYI, this is the very definition of trolling. Are...

    FYI, this is the very definition of trolling. Are you that unaware of yourself and your public presentation?
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    I think you are trolling. Is that wrong?

    I think you are trolling. Is that wrong?
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    Same here, great carrier, never slips off, never...

    Same here, great carrier, never slips off, never drops the phone. Plus i carry business cards in it. I put my phone in a combo plastic/rubber case that cost about $10 or so on ebay and throw away the...
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    It's old, possibly the same vintage,

    It's old, possibly the same vintage,
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    Yes, WTH? I have a pexto 42" jump shear, and that...

    Yes, WTH? I have a pexto 42" jump shear, and that annoys me to no end.
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    Yes, screw in carbide tipped grippers. Carr Lane...

    Yes, screw in carbide tipped grippers. Carr Lane I think.
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    I have more stools than people in my shop.

    I have more stools than people in my shop.
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    Naah, I threw my 8 track out years ago. At least...

    Naah, I threw my 8 track out years ago. At least 3 years ago. :)
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    Thanks, but I have an abundance of plain hard...

    Thanks, but I have an abundance of plain hard jaws too, Counting them is how I unearthed this step jaw. I have some 8" vises for sale in the tooling section if you'd like a couple more cheap to go...
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    Yes. This is a 12" chuck holding an 8" part....

    Yes. This is a 12" chuck holding an 8" part. Atlas workholding makes a chuck specifically for mill use, I just use standard lathe chucks.
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    Wanted - 1 or more step jaws for Kurt 8" vise

    Somehow I've ended up with one step jaw for 8" Kurts. I'd like to buy a mate for it, or a pair, or even 2 pairs. The step on this one is .250 x .250.

    If you have jaws for a 10", also interested in...
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    RC car? Probably yes. Road going car? Probably...

    RC car? Probably yes.

    Road going car? Probably no.
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    I have about 10 small Radio Shack bookshelf...

    I have about 10 small Radio Shack bookshelf speakers arranged around the shop, connected to a commercial PA style amp. Not the right way, just wired direct. This allows most workstations to have a...
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