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    Default Scraping stuff on CL


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    Wow, some nice stuff there


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    Good thing he's not closer....

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    I got real excited when the Craigslist ad said Mount Morris. That's about 45 minutes from my house!! Closer look, it's Mount Morris Michigan, not New York.

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    I browsed through the pics quick as I was leaving work.
    It didn't look like the usual CL junk. Thought it could help someone.

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    Good stuff, I am sad not to be closer, or maybe thankful??

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    Did a PM member die ?

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    Hopefully it's just a craftsman retiring. What he worked on looks excellent, to my untrained eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milland View Post
    Hopefully it's just a craftsman retiring. What he worked on looks excellent, to my untrained eyes.
    When I saw the CAT 50 and other size test bars, I was thinking of Walt at SGS.

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    That's a killer deal for a Glendo accufinish..

    If he was closer I'd almost certainly be going home with that mag base cylinder square.

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    Everything looked to be in great condition, here is the text of the CL add:

    This list is updated daily with new items. Prices are negotiable in person. Lots of tools that are not listed yet, so check back on this ad. Surface plates both granite and cast iron, angle plates with fresh scrape jobs, lapping plates, micrometers, indicators, surface gages, gage blocks, precision squares and other set-up blocks.

    As to not clutter Craigs List you can click on the "more ads by this user " link to see details and photos of the items below. I have consolidated most of my ads in this list and will try to delete the ones that have sold.

    Taft Peirce Angle Plate 9x5x4 $125
    Glendo Accu-Finish Series 1 Carbide Grinder $395
    Barber Colman 20 inch bench centers BC-100 $250
    Scraping prisms $100 each your choice $100
    Ideal Phase Checker 61-520 $50
    Challenge 12 x 18 lapping plate for machinist $250
    Large Lapping Plate 18 x 22 $175
    Machinist CEJ Magnetic sine bar * reduced $95
    Cast iron scraping master $175
    Machinist AMT Spindle Square $95
    Indexable ball nose carbide insert end mills $400
    Cast iron surface plate 18 x 24 inch $200
    AA Gage 12" Magnetic Cylinder Square $250
    Etalon precision adjustable micrometer spirit level - Machinist $195
    Vintage Montgomery Wards Anvil Vice $25
    Interapid Indicator and Moore Tools Indicating arm and chair $195
    Round Gage blocks / Surface gage 1" diameter extensions $50
    Mitutoyo Tubular Inside Micrometer Set 4 to 36 inches $250
    Marposs E18 Anolog Gage & A32 LVDT Probe $400
    1940 Camelback Straightedge 48 inches long $295
    Very nice knife edged square machinist toolmaker made $50
    Hermann Schmidt 1x2x3 blocks set of 4 $195
    Suburban Tool Master Grind MG-5CV-S1 V-block and 5C spin fixture $1000
    Pair of Taft Peirce 8x16x9 inch angle plates - Factory scraped $1000
    Mitutoyo 12" Height Master 515-310 with wood box $500
    72 inch camelback straightedge - freshly scraped $450
    4 sets of trammel points $25 each
    Dearborn Gage Co. round gage blocks $150
    Brown & Sharpe magnetic level *Like New* $500
    Starrett surface gages $25 each (Sale pending on large one)
    DMT Diamond Sharpeneing System $40
    Starrett 0-9 Depth Mic No. 445 $125
    Starrett 449 blade depth mic $50
    Import blade OD mic $25
    Teclock 1" travel indicator $25
    Mitutoyo .0001" plunge indicator $25
    Round gage blocks $25
    Starrett, Slocomb, Import 0-1 OD mics, $10 each
    Brown & Sharpe pair of mics, 1-2 and 2-3 $50 for the pair
    2 Mitutoyo point mic 0-1 $25 each
    Brown & Sharpe 1-2 OD mic $25
    2 Kafer metric plunge indicators $50 each
    Mitutoyo digital indicators $50 and $100
    Hardinge .0005" plunge indicator $25
    Import 1" travel plunge indicator $10
    Mitutoyo .001mm plunge indicator $40
    Mitutoyo .0005 test indicator with attachment $40
    Indicol 178 indicator attachment $25
    Faith Tool Super wee blocks $50
    SPI Point micrometer $25
    4 Interapid .0005" indicators $75 each
    Square checking fixture $125
    Granite Tri-square 18 inches tall $425
    VDI 30 and VDI 40 Test Bars $250
    Briney CAT 50 Test Arbor / Test Bar $400
    Sandvik Capto C8 Test Arbor NT4000 $400
    Diebold SK 40 Test Arbor Spindle Runout Test Bar $400
    Parlec 50 Taper test bar / tool geometry setting gage $250
    Guhring HSK 63 taper CNC spindle test bar $400
    50 taper spindle cleaning burnishing tool $125
    ATC 50 taper split taper alignment tool set $250
    ATC 40 taper split taper alignment tool set $250
    Hardinge GS 250 Test Bars $500
    Brown & Sharpe No 585 Height Gage 18 inches tall $50
    Starrett No 454 Height Gage 18 inches tall $50
    Pair of Ex-Cell-o Test Bars $150
    New Rohm MT 5 Live Center $150
    MT 5 Live Center $50
    Test bars for lathe alignment $100 each

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Did a PM member die ?
    No, not dead, just getting tired and more retired is all.

    If anyone wants small stuff shipped or more photos, let me know. I hang out in that shack a lot, but not as much as I'd like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Other Brother View Post
    No, not dead, just getting tired and more retired is all.

    If anyone wants small stuff shipped or more photos, let me know. I hang out in that shack a lot, but not as much as I'd like.
    If I can ask some "fan boy" questions, how long were a scraping hand? And what was the most challenging job you did?

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    I don't consider myself a scraping hand at all, just something I had to do as a CNC service tech, and it turn into a passion for me. Scraping new slides and fitting gibs was a struggle because I was dead set against power scraping. It got to be hard on my body hand scraping everything, but once I bought a power scraper and learned how to use it at one of Rich's class the job got much easier. I scrape on something almost every day, and teach it for free in my shop to anyone who has a desire to learn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milland View Post
    If I can ask some "fan boy" questions, how long were a scraping hand? And what was the most challenging job you did?
    My most challenging job in 30 years of installing and repairing machines had nothing to do with scraping. It was leveling an Okuma VTM 1200 YB. What a pain!

    PM members, feel free to make offers on anything, plus shipping. Thanks

    Daryl

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    Interested in test bars for lathes.

    I have one with 5mt and a 10EE - I think it's a 12 Jarno.

    Do you have anything like that?

    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Other Brother View Post
    I scrape on something almost every day, and teach it for free in my shop to anyone who has a desire to learn.
    I know this man's scraping. Anyone with a spare moment of time and the slightest inkling to learn would simply be a fool not to take him up on that.

    SERIOUSLY.

    You will not find a more humble or generous instructor.

    I rarely offer praise like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Other Brother View Post

    PM members, feel free to make offers on anything, plus shipping. Thanks

    Daryl
    I took one look at the items and one at the location and knew it was you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpmar_bt View Post
    Interested in test bars for lathes.

    I have one with 5mt and a 10EE - I think it's a 12 Jarno.

    Do you have anything like that?

    Thanks,
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    Hi Andrew, I don't have the Jarno #12 but I would part with my MT#5. I have been in search of a MT#4-1/2 for my lathe, but all I keep getting are odd balls. I'll get photos and measurements for you. I bought it as a MT#5 but have never actually had an opportunity to use it. Thanks, Daryl

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zahnrad Kopf View Post
    I know this man's scraping. Anyone with a spare moment of time and the slightest inkling to learn would simply be a fool not to take him up on that.

    SERIOUSLY.

    You will not find a more humble or generous instructor.

    I rarely offer praise like that.

    ZK, you are too kind. I wish I could say I was a scraper hand, but still learning myself. I got calls from two others that knew it was me and another one from Steve M who told me about this post. Thank you to welderboyjk for the post. Daryl


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