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    Believe I mentioned this some time ago, but there is a Most Excellent History of our company available, thanks to Pete Rebar.

    I'll be glad to send this out to anyone who wants it when I return from the trip I'm on about Nov 12 or so.

    Just post your request on the Forum, and Maybe Al or Jack or whoever will do it before then (be sure to include your e-mail address) also, please post a note if you got it and how you like it -Thanks!

    Having Fun fooling with Old Machines,

    BG

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    I would like a copy of the History of Warner & Swasey. My e-mail is [email protected]
    Thanks Jon

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    I would also like one! Thanks. [email protected]

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    Please send my copy (or info how to get) to [email protected]

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    I too would like a copy. [email protected].
    David

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    I too would like a copy please.Email address
    [email protected]
    regards,Mark.

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    Hiya Bill! I'd love a copy too! Send it to [email protected]

    Thanks a bunch,
    SwaseyGirl [img]smile.gif[/img]

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    A copy please to: [email protected]

    Jim C.

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    Please send me the W & S history, thanks.
    [email protected]

    Pete

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    Please send a copy of the history of Warner & Swasey to: [email protected] . Thank You!

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    Please add my name to the list. e-mail: [email protected]

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    Please send my copy
    [email protected]
    thanks

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    Peter's book seems to be in demand. It is a good read, and speaks volumes of Peter's passion for our industry. Congrats again to Mr. Rebar, and to Bill for his eternal vigilance to the W&S cause.

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    Please forward a copy to me also: [email protected]

    Thanks!

    Mike

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    Hi Bill,

    I would like to recieve a copy of the Warner & Swasey Company history. I learned operating, set ups, and programming on the 1sc and 2sc CNC lathes with the 7360 Allen Bradley control. Great machines for an apprentice trying to figure his way thru into programming. They are terrific work horse machines and I always had an interest in knowing more about W&S and what happened to them.

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    Plesas add my name to the email list also, Thanks, Jim [email protected]

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    Please add me to the list for the w & S history. My email address is: [email protected]. Thank you very much!

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    I JUST LOGED ON. PLEASE SEND A COPY OF W/S HISTORY TO [email protected]

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    I would like to read the W&S history, please. Sounds good!

    e-mail: [email protected]

    Thanks!

    Peter

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    I would also like to receive the W&S history. I was introduced to your fine machines when I bought the Turret Lathe Operator's book while a student at MIT 50 years ago.
    Thanks, Jim Hearne
    [email protected]


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