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    Default Punch Tooling and EDM pallets for sale

    I have a lot of punches and dies and holders and 4 mecatool Edm pallets with one base. 2 are new in box other two are very nice.

    I bought this all as a lot for a handful of items in it. But I don’t know much about punches or edm or the prices for that matter other than what I’ve seen on eBay.

    Please make offers. More information measurements or pictures upon request.

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    It's great that you have punches, dies and holders. I am looking for some of those. But I do need to know what they fit. You could start here:
    Standard Ironworker Punches | Cleveland Steel Tool

    Some pictures would be most welcome.

    I am interested in tooling that would fit a Scotchman 4014 ironworker, or in tooling for a no. 12 Whitney hand punch. You can view the dimensions on page 14 of this PDF:
    http://www.machtrade.com/new-machine...punch-book.pdf

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    Sorry about delay on pictures. Had to figure out how to post. Tried to get most of the lot included in the following. But not much on individual pieces. So if there is something that looks like an item that would be handy to you let me know and I will happily get more part specific pictures.












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    I think there are two different sizes of punch tooling. I will check the dimensions on these Tuesday.


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    Something to show scale-size would be fantastic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mebfab View Post
    Something to show scale-size would be fantastic

    Will do that Tuesday


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    I see a purple board. On its top right is a gray steel plate with holes in it. Just to the left of that gray plate are 5 little punch/die sets. Those I may
    be interested in. They look like Roper Whitney hand punch tooling.

    How about a close-up?

    metalmagpie

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalmagpie View Post
    I see a purple board. On its top right is a gray steel plate with holes in it. Just to the left of that gray plate are 5 little punch/die sets. Those I may
    be interested in. They look like Roper Whitney hand punch tooling.

    How about a close-up?

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    Magpie, I believe these were engraved “conduit punches” or conduit something. If they still interest you I will take closeups.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MoriMillMan View Post
    Magpie, I believe these were engraved “conduit punches” or conduit something. If they still interest you I will take closeups.


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    Just one closeup of one set will do, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalmagpie View Post
    Just one closeup of one set will do, thanks!
    Will do. At least by Tuesday I’ll have it on here.


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    Here are more pictures with a standard size chew can for size reference. Sorry didn’t get any better pictures or measurements. Was able to grab these in passing today.

    Magpie, included are your requested photos. I know they are not the best so if you need more I can do that tomorrow.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails img_0753.jpg   img_0747.jpg   img_0748.jpg   img_0749.jpg   img_0750.jpg  


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    Also if anyone has information or terms / names for some of these that might help me sell them I would appreciate the information.

    And what are these triangular grinding stones? Some type of insert for a grinder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoriMillMan View Post
    Also if anyone has information or terms / names for some of these that might help me sell them I would appreciate the information.

    And what are these triangular grinding stones? Some type of insert for a grinder?

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    Awful small quantity; but those are ceramics for a vibratory deburring tub. Probably work in a rotary tumbler too. A trickle of water, a tiny bit of detergent/ surfactant and tolerance for mind-numbing noise are main requirements. At least tubs are plastic, some rubber lined.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoriMillMan View Post
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    The first four photos are what looks like a Greenlee Punch set up for conduit sizes. Drill a pilot hole then pull the punch into the die with a bolt and thrust washer.

    A lot of the other punch parts remind me of old Strippit 20 punch set up. There are some big shapes you have there. A picture from the side of any of those big punches would help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalpyro View Post
    The first four photos are what looks like a Greenlee Punch set up for conduit sizes. Drill a pilot hole then pull the punch into the die with a bolt and thrust washer.

    A lot of the other punch parts remind me of old Strippit 20 punch set up. There are some big shapes you have there. A picture from the side of any of those big punches would help.
    I know I’ve seen parts in this lot marked strippit lots of uniting as well

    I’ll get a side view pic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolmaker51 View Post
    Awful small quantity; but those are ceramics for a vibratory deburring tub. Probably work in a rotary tumbler too. A trickle of water, a tiny bit of detergent/ surfactant and tolerance for mind-numbing noise are main requirements. At least tubs are plastic, some rubber lined.
    Aha! Thanks just couldn’t figure what those were


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    Yes the ones that are labeled conduit and bolt together are knockout punches or commonly called greenlee punches. They come in pairs, the bolt can be used on multiple pairs of punches. Made for electriciand to enlatge knockout openings in electrical boxes, but are useful to make holes that size in sheetmetal, just need to drill a hole for the bolt first.


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