How about a couple nice Bridgeports, or an older but well taken care
of Kasuga CNC mill. The BPs are complete with DROs and will go from
$2500 and up, the Kasuga can probably be had for $5k
Rosedale hiway and Fairview.
Call Jim at 661-805-0373
He also has some lathes for sale.
Ive personally got a 13x36 Colchester round top, well tooled, with a
fair amount of bed wear. Id sell it for $700 just to get rid of it,
and you can pull the ways, have them reground for $500-600 and have a
damned near new machine. Get yourself into a very nice machine for
$1200 with steady rest, follower rest, 3 and 4 jaw chucks, 5c spindle
nose and handwheel collet closer, I might even kick in a KDK QC tool
holder. Its over here in Taft. and I can power it up for you no
How about a Tree 300 CNC mill with possibly one bad servo? $500 and
located in Palmdale. Koso International
Need any surface grinders? Ive got 2 easy project machines. $300 each
OBO, your choice.
Eldorado Gun Drill?
Logan 14" lathe, Ive never turned it on. Its a tool room lath, with
tailstock. $500 Missing the compound. Other compounds can be put on
You really need to come over some weekend and Ill show you Stuff.
"I mean, when's the last time you heard of a college where the Young
Republicans staged a "Sit In" to close down the Humanities building?
On the flip side, how many sit in's were staged to close the ROTC building back
in the '60's?
Liberals stage protests, do civil disobedience, etc.
Conservatives talk politely and try to work out a solution to problems
through discourse until they believe that talking won't work... they they go
home and open the gun cabinets.
Pray things never get to the point where the conservatives decide that
"civil disobedience" is the next step, because that's a very short route to
"voting from the rooftops"
Jeffrey Swartz, Misc.Survivalism
Polytechforum.com is a website by engineers for engineers. It is not affiliated with any of manufacturers or vendors discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.