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Old 04-16-2019, 03:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Interesting tools for sale

Spinoff from the Interesting Trucks for Sale thread in the tow rig forum. Post up cool shop related shit you find for sale.

https://providence.craigslist.org/tl...867997697.html

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Pull Broach machine $500

Or best offer

I am retiring, But you can still make a lot of $$ with these great machines!
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$350 for a milling machine ain't bad.

https://newyork.craigslist.org/lgi/t...867980658.html
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This one's so old it was made before Total_Newb was a grouchy old fart.

https://longisland.craigslist.org/tl...847416297.html
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Anyone need a Cincinatti horizontal?

https://hudsonvalley.craigslist.org/...854581264.html

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Cincinnati horizontal milling machine, universal table, some tooling included, has three phase motor installed with a VFD for use on single phase. $800
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$150 Bridgeport spacer. If I had a Bridgeport this would be mine right now.

https://westernmass.craigslist.org/t...863136940.html
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8x24 Grinder for a grand seems like a pretty good price.

https://hartford.craigslist.org/tls/...846993129.html

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Older unit, works well, hasnít been used in close to a year, time to retire it from our workshop. Very heavy, will need minimally an equipment trailer. Have fork trucks, loading docks and drive-up ramps depending what you have.

Comes with two brand new sealed grinding wheels which are worth over $500 alone. Also comes with a couple diamond nibs and bib holders for wheel dressing. Those are $100 apiece.

Have manual for machine.

Have a couple weeks left to sell this before it goes into long term storage, would prefer to see it go to use before then.
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Like my lathe, but smaller and more expensive.

https://maine.craigslist.org/tls/d/m...853076784.html

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Fay and Scott metal lathe 10x80 comes with 3 jaw, steady rest, and lantern style toolpost. 2hp single phase motor. Asking 600, will trade for machine shop tooling of almost any sort. Call with what you've got, need to make room.
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Turret lathes are cool, even cooler for under a grand.

https://nh.craigslist.org/tls/d/whit...834279636.html

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South Bend Turret lathe good condition, model A 6' bed, Cat cl-2-ct, 3 phase, bought and have not used just to big.
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Knuckle boom crane for moving all this shit.

https://newjersey.craigslist.org/hvo...836604577.html

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isting for a friend. Call Gary show contact info
. He took it on trade for work he did and its a little too large for him. Was a working unit when removed and stored in a pole barn. Hes willing to trade.
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Knuckle boom crane for moving all this shit.

https://newjersey.craigslist.org/hvo...836604577.html
First off, fuck right off with all this cool shit priced cheap that's hundreds of miles away from me and in a different country.

Second, I almost bought a crane like that. It was pretty huge with about 6 telescopic sections. My plan was to attach it to a heavy truck frame, buried in the ground, then pour my garage pad over the whole thing.

Crane would be near the door so I could reach outside and pick stuff up and bring it inside.

Carry on. I fawking approve of this thread.
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Old 04-16-2019, 06:05 PM   #12 (permalink)
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This thread is going to cost me money. i can feel it.

Good thread idea.
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Old 04-16-2019, 06:13 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Speaking of cranes, here's a 12-ton for $4k. I'll probably wind up buying something like this when I buy land in BFE to help me build stuff.

https://newhaven.craigslist.org/hvo/...837470034.html
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https://portland.craigslist.org/clc/...862857952.html

Auto feed grinder with 40 inch travel

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Old 04-16-2019, 06:18 PM   #15 (permalink)
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There was a 6x36 around here for about that price for awhile. I kind of regret not picking it up. It would have been great for decking blocks and heads but on the other hand I know it would collect dust 99.999% of the time.
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I have a brand new, never used South Bend 10K UMD lathe (catalog number CL 370RDA) purchased in 11/1984. The original owner was a friend of my parents, and he was in his 80's when he decided it was time to start downsizing. He bought this lathe because it made him happy just to look at it. He never ever turned on the motor, because he didn't even take the time to figure out how it worked. Single phase 110v AC.
Chance of a life time to own a piece of machinist history. An item like this probably will never again come up for sale. With this lathe you don't have to worry about what kind of abuse it was subjected to, or if reconditioned, was it done properly or was it done by a used car salesman.
Serious buyers only, and to arrange inspection of the lathe, only time available is M-F 9am - 5pm. Located in North Seattle. Cash only. $8,000 OBO. Email any questions and to set up an appointment for a viewing.

Shipping not included.

It comes with the following items purchased at the same time - all listed on a receipt (also, they appear never used):
1. CL 2680NK MILLING ATTACHMENT
2. CL 758NK PLAIN CARRIAGE STOP
3. CE 1625 TEFLON LUBE
4. CL 1957NK METRIC TRANSPOSING GEARS
5. CL 810NK THREAD DIAL INDICATOR
6. CL 2250NK THREAD CUTTING STOP
7. CL 1483NK MULTITAP FACE PLATE
8. CL 968NK MICROMETER CARRIAGE STOP
9. CE 469NK BORING BAR AND TOOL HOLDER
10. CE 2930NK 10 IN 1 TOOL KIT
11. CE 2107 LATHE DOGS (3/8" 1/2" 3/4" 1" 1.25" 1.5")
12. CE 2450NK TOOL POST ASSEMBLY

The following items appear brand new, and appear never used but are not on the receipt dated 11/02/1984
1. CE 1731 CABINET STYLE BENCH
2. CE 2175NK SMALL FACE PLATE
3. CE 2401 60 DEGREE CENTER (TWO)
4. CE 2450NK TOOL POST ASSEMBLY (there are 2, but only one is listed on the receipt)
5. CL 3705NK 5" 3-JAW UNIVERSAL CHUCK WITH 3 EXTRA JAWS
6. CE2527 MORSE TAPER REDUCING SLEEVE #3 TO #2
7. CE2302 TAPER ARBOR FOR CE 1201
8. CE 1201 0 - 1/2" DRILL CHUCK (6T 33)
9. CL 4906NK 6" 4-JAW CHUCK (POWER COMPANION TOOLS 1111706 MADE IN USA)
10. CE 876 CUTTING-OFF BLADE
11. 3AT COLLETS MADE IN GERMANY (3/16" 1/4" 5/16" 3/8" 7/16" 1/2")

The following item might be used but not sure:
1. HANDWHEEL COLLET ATTACHMENT WITH COLLET CLOSER AND WORKS WITH 3AT COLLETS
2. 3 TURNING TOOL HOLDERS (STRAIGHT, RIGHT HAND, AND LEFTHAND) LISTED AS CE 846S CE 846R CE 846L


The photo showing all the items has 2 missing: CE 2401 60 DEGREE CENTER (TWO) and CE 1201 0 - 1/2" DRILL CHUCK (6T 33)
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He's come down 2k since i've first seen this ad several months ago.

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Horizontal broach. I have run one very similar.
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First off, fuck right off with all this cool shit priced cheap that's hundreds of miles away from me and in a different country.

Second, I almost bought a crane like that. It was pretty huge with about 6 telescopic sections. My plan was to attach it to a heavy truck frame, buried in the ground, then pour my garage pad over the whole thing.

Crane would be near the door so I could reach outside and pick stuff up and bring it inside.

Carry on. I fawking approve of this thread.
It is in Bangor Pa, you can prob get it for a 12 pack of natty lite and a small bag of heroin.
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There's always something interesting in my area it seems.

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Horizontal broach. I have run one very similar.
like for keyways or internal spline sections? I've seen vertical broaching with a press but not this style.
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like for keyways or internal spline sections? I've seen vertical broaching with a press but not this style.
Splines and what not . Jesse has one of these to make his diff flanges.
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Radial Drill press

https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/t...868705467.html

Saw one on social media last week that a shop had rebuilt and was getting back into production.
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like for keyways or internal spline sections? I've seen vertical broaching with a press but not this style.
Splines, hex's, keyways, just about anything including sizing round holes.

The machine is the cheap part, broach's of that size cost a pretty penny.
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like for keyways or internal spline sections? I've seen vertical broaching with a press but not this style.
Exactly. You can do external splines all day on a horizontal mill if you're willing to pony up for the cutters. Internal splines and keyways are a bitch and unless you're working on something massive your only real option is a tool that travels linearly.

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The machine is the cheap part, broach's of that size cost a pretty penny.
Pretty much any shop that does enough broaching to own the machine is going to be making its own broaches.
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Air vise seems cool but with the round stock for the jaw to slide on it doesn't seem like it would be rigid enough for milling use. It's not like you'd be swapping parts that quickly in a mill anyway. It would be cool to build a bench vise like this using a semi truck brake chamber.

https://poconos.craigslist.org/tls/d...867415749.html

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Heinrich air vise
- used for drill press or Bridgeport milling machine
- has 3 inch opening with foot pedal
- needs quick connect for air line..
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