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    I am attaching a link to the items i have listed on my ebay account.

    I can ship freight

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    eBay

    many more items not listed yet

    I will post items as I go,

    is there anything someone needs in particular?

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    I'm glad you mentioned you can ship! There's no way I can make the coast-to-coast trip for a pickup.

    I'm interested in one of the NMTB50 4"dia 6"LOC spiral mills. If I remember from an earlier PM posting, you had some of the replaceable cutters? If so, what would you like for one replacement, and do you have two?

    Sandvik's website has totally forgotten the 265.2 line of cutters. (I don't know why Marketing guys think ignoring past products is a good idea.) Since the face mill you have for sale is an "hR" instead of an "RA" (which I know about), let me ask a couple of questions about it. Does this cutter have a 75 degree lead angle? Does this cutter take standard square inserts (SP..42E..)? If "yes" and "yes", I might be interested in it as well.
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    I will get back to you tomorrow on the face mill & carbide flute replacement

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    What kind of rotary table are you selling?

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    Possibly interested in the dividing head, depending on what it is

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheetah View Post
    Possibly interested in the dividing head, depending on what it is
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    Ellis Tilting dividing head with 6" buck chuck with dividing plated

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Solomon View Post
    What kind of rotary table are you selling?
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    8" Bison super spacer, horizontal & vertical rotary table. With 8 " Bison 3 jaw chuck

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    Quote Originally Posted by solidworkscadman View Post
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    Ellis Tilting dividing head with 6" buck chuck with dividing plated
    Your PM box is full

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    Emptied out the inbox

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfriedberg View Post
    I'm glad you mentioned you can ship! There's no way I can make the coast-to-coast trip for a pickup.

    I'm interested in one of the NMTB50 4"dia 6"LOC spiral mills. If I remember from an earlier PM posting, you had some of the replaceable cutters? If so, what would you like for one replacement, and do you have two?

    Sandvik's website has totally forgotten the 265.2 line of cutters. (I don't know why Marketing guys think ignoring past products is a good idea.) Since the face mill you have for sale is an "hR" instead of an "RA" (which I know about), let me ask a couple of questions about it. Does this cutter have a 75 degree lead angle? Does this cutter take standard square inserts (SP..42E..)? If "yes" and "yes", I might be interested in it as well.

    I've got a Kennametal tool that looks like that, which someone gave me a few years back, and has been laying around since. Seems to be the same with them, hell even when I got it, I could find zero reference to it online. I'm missing one of the nests, but can only find one referenced to the same style, on msc's website, with 5 minimum order at $25 each, and no picture to verify it, and a different part number than is on the ones I have.

    Is there anything special about these nests typically other than geometry? i.e. does it need to be hardened tool steel or can I make some replacements from mild?

    Course, I never really considered using this cutter in the first place. Any particular advantage? Just have a lot of square inserts to use or, because you can get them cheap surplus? Or is there some other aspect that makes them advantageous that I'm not getting?

    Curious whether I should put the work into getting this one in action, sorry, I'm more of a hobbyist so, forgive me if it's a dumb question. I'm pretty uneducated about indexable tooling thus far. (FWIW the one I have is only 3", takes 10 inserts, and the biggest mill I've got is 5hp K&T).

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    Cat 45 tool holders $30- 35 each
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    Cast iron surface plate 75.00 ea

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    Brown & sharpe magnetic chuck 300.00

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    Quote Originally Posted by solidworkscadman View Post
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    Brown & sharpe magnetic vise 300.00
    Charles! It's a magnetic Charles, not vise.

    Whoops, sorry, meant "chuck".

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    Wade turret lathe tooling & accessories

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    wade tooling & accessories

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    True trace

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    Whats the true-trace fit?

    How much?

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    true trace was used on a smaller turret lathe

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    What size lathe?

    Is the price a secret?


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