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    Default Reuland Electric Corp. True Trace

    Reuland Electric Corp. True Trace. Condition is Used. Local pickup only.

    450.00

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    Is this for a lathe or a mill?
    Is it all there?
    What model is it?

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    It can be used for a lathe or a mill

    its all there

    model # 5016-11

    assy # 16547

    Serial # 6790

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    All your pictures are showing is the hydraulic pump for a tracer, but no tracer. Here in LA you can find the complete tracer assy with the pump for what you're asking just for the pump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solidworkscadman View Post
    It can be used for a lathe or a mill

    its all there

    model # 5016-11

    assy # 16547

    Serial # 6790
    A 5016 is for a milling machine.

    If you want to run the risk of selling this your going to have to post more than one picture and cryptic information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIP6A View Post
    A 5016 is for a milling machine.

    If you want to run the risk of selling this your going to have to post more than one picture and cryptic information.
    What else would you like a photo of?

    What other info would be helpful

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    Quote Originally Posted by solidworkscadman View Post
    What else would you like a photo of?

    What other info would be helpful
    I would like to see pictures of everything you have for this tracer.

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    I tried to find out what one of these things might be, but I must be searching on the wrong stuff. Not to hijack the thread, but would some kind soul please explain briefly what this thing does? (Who knows? Maybe I want one. And MA is in striking distance...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by n2zon View Post
    I tried to find out what one of these things might be, but I must be searching on the wrong stuff. Not to hijack the thread, but would some kind soul please explain briefly what this thing does? (Who knows? Maybe I want one. And MA is in striking distance...)
    This is probably just the hydraulic power unit (pump and tank) Here is a youtube guy explaining his tracer mill:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob F. View Post
    This is probably just the hydraulic power unit (pump and tank) Here is a youtube guy explaining his tracer mill:
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    Yes, this is a true trace Pump and reservoir tank and two-way valve it also has a heating element for the hydraulic oil

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    Could probably make a good log splitter out of it too

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    Or hydraulic press, or??

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    Tracers run on very low oil pressure, not much good for anything except a tracer.
    I think mine is only 180 to 220 psi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M. Moore View Post
    Tracers run on very low oil pressure, not much good for anything except a tracer.
    I think mine is only 180 to 220 psi.
    Rosebrook / Mimik still support "some" repairs to former competitor True-Trace goods:

    True-Tracer hydraulic tracers

    Their Mimik has a similar pump and tank. Operates at 200 - 275 psi. Pump "might" be good for a tad more, but even so, it's only 1.5 GPM, half-horse, 1-P for my Mimik, so, no, not the most flexible start for some other DIY critter.

    The abandoned on-board pump already inside the HBX-360, may be higher pressure, but the Cazeneuve tracer was their own design, and a tad French strange, even if in a good way! Patent suggests higher fidelity. And/or maintenance needed? TANSTAAFL.

    Mimik, one can at least still buy new and get parts and service for.


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