Seco Square 6 and Carmex Laydown Threading Kit
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    Default Seco Square 6 and Carmex Laydown Threading Kit

    I have a 4 flute 2" Seco Square 6 face mill. 3/4" pilot. The tool is used, but it's in perfect condition. Never crashed. Pockets and original plating in great condition. Comes with 4 inserts that have 3 good edges. Also includes 8 brand new inserts. These are MP2500 grade and are good for ferrous materials and most types of stainless. In original packaging. Includes cap screw.

    This is a sweet tool. You need a pretty stout machine to really push it.

    List price on one of these is around $500 for the body and the inserts are around $30 each.

    I'd like $500 for all.

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    Carmex OD laydown type threading kit. Kit has a 3/4 shank tool which has never been used. All of the inserts are unused except the 16 and 20 TPI which have two used corners and one new.

    Also includes a 1" shank tool that has been used. In good condition with good carbide shim.

    List price on the kit is around $300 and the 1" tool is around $100.

    I'd like $300 for all.

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    Contact by PM or email at [email protected] . Open to offers. Paypal preferred. Both can ship via medium flat rate.

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    Bump. Maybe I'm out to lunch on the prices.

    Let's try $350 for the milling stuff and $225 for the threading.


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