Barker Horizontal Mill

I just picked up a small Barker "PM" horizontal hand mill. Looking for anyone that has a manual on this. TIA DuWayne

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On 27 Jan 2005 18:47:04 -0600, snipped-for-privacy@duwaynesplace.com wrote:

I just picked up (2) of them and a Nicholes if anyone is interested. Cash is king. And not much of it.
Gunner
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wrote:

Ok, I'm tired of this.
Just how many machines DO you have - could you show us a list?
Something like x small mills, y big mills, z shapers, etcetera?
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jtaylor wrote:

ROTFKMAO! If you get a list like that out of Gunner I'll be *amazed*. No way that guy knows what he's got!! You have simply *got* to go see his back yard. I've seen some guys with scrounge-itis, but this guy is THE CHAMP. Lives in dry central California so he doesn't get a lot of rusting which is good because he'd need a sizable small warehouse to store the contents of his back yard properly!
Wish there were more like him .. I'll be dropping him off some of Ernie's fabled free welding rod this spring on my way to LA! Maybe I'll shoot a pic when I get down there ..
GWE
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On Fri, 28 Jan 2005 09:35:10 -0800, Grant Erwin

Blush....ah...I had to rent a warehouse a couple months ago...
I trade out Stuff for 5000 sq feet of oilfield warehouse with a 5 ton overhead crane and easy access. Btw...a guy on your way bought the lil Lorch lathe, and if you have a pickup, you might make some gas money on your way back north delivering it to him. I think he is in the Sacromento area. And of course..you get full and free access to the Piles of Stuff while you are here.
Ive got to go to Lancaster next week and pick up: Baker mills Nichols mills 11" Logan and lots of extra parts (will part it out..several collet closers, turrets and whatnot) Kalamazoo bandsaw (gonna keep that one..will have others up for sale) Bead blasting cabinet a bit bigger than mine, will sell mine Tap disintergrater (will use that for a years rent at the warehouse and I get to use it <G>))
I also will be picking up in Santa Ana Airco 300 mig welder, minty and complete (3 ph....anyone need a NICE commercial mig machine?) Weiler turret lathe, minty (5C, with tooling) Lincoln portable mig (135?) Near new 36" x 48" blast cabinet with collector and guns and consumables I traded that stuff for the Sizouka horizontal/vertical mill that Id advertised for a while...
In the warehouse at the moment is... 14" Logan lathe Gorton 016-A miller with vise and full set of collets, ready to cut chips Eldorado gundrill Several commercial air compressors Kaeser screw compresser (15hp) 3 Boyer Shultz surface grinders (cheap project machines..very rebuildable) 11" Logan turret lathe, running sweetly several 220 single phase welders, Lincoln and Century..all excellent another tap disintergrator, never been powered up, rough..belongs to Leigh at MarMachine Materials racks (pyramid style, 7' tall, double sided, 9 layers per side, 2 complete sets (2) Strohm 15mm screw machines. Minty plus with accessories and bar feeders A bunch of drill presses and parts for Sears, and import presses Other stuff that I cant think of at the moment.. Oh..about 100 cans of GE potting compound if anyone wants some..free, expired dates, still seem to work fine. small, pints and quarts Several gallons of epoxy primers Zaggar automatic drilling unit and Emerson singlephase to 3 phase converter VFD to run it. Hobart Cybertig 2 500 DCS welder with plasma welding torch and console (tig, stick plasma) 500 amp, 3 phase. Runs nice... older Pexto 52" stomp shear converted to hydraulic Newer Pexto 52" hydraulic shear, runs Great! 220 Single phase (16 ga?)
This of course does not include the Stuff at home, or in my lil home shop...
I really need a pneumatic tired soft ground forklift and some pallet racks.
Backyard....or where it used to be....
Ive got a shitload of mold heater cartridges NOS, commercial photo electric units, shrink wrapping line heaters, transporters and a couple complete in the box Allen Bradly conveyer line controller systems with video monitors, plcs, and spares.
Anyone need any Horton air clutches, brakes and rebuild kits, plus torque saftey clutches? 3 Ph electric motors? Right angle drives? V, timing and transmission belts (3000+)? Sheaves and bushings? (Browning and Martin)
Thats just a sample of the Stuff in the back yard....
Almost everything is for sale at the right price..which may be more or less than what you would expect..some of the stuff may even be free...
Hummmm think 5000 sq feet is enough?
Gunner
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Want to drop off that Logan in Texas on your way back?
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Rex, your business card attachment keeps blowing up my copy of agent.
Gunner

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Yeah, it makes his text hard to find in amongst all the multi-part mime this with html that and .vcf the other.
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wrote:

Gunner
I have a real nice Clark (one ton) but it has hard wheels, no oil leaks etc and runs perfect. I will be done with it in about a month. I figure its worth about 700 bucks
btw I live in Orange county
Regards
Daveb
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On Sat, 29 Jan 2005 04:59:43 GMT, DaveB wrote:

Thanks Dave, but where I live, hard wheeled fork lifts are called yard ornaments unless you have a big wrecker to pull them out.
<G>
Gunner
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Gunner wrote:

Sounds like Gunner needs to scrounge some SeBee Flight line metal. Floor off the back yard in a landing strip and drive anything. Surplus house ? Martin
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On Sun, 30 Jan 2005 06:07:00 GMT, "Martin H. Eastburn"

You know..a couple hundred square feet of PSP would be a damned nice thing to have. Move everything out, level the entire back yard and shop with a garden grader, lay down the PSP and then move everything back in. It would be way cool.
Never seen any of it surplus though..I dont recall seeing any of it outside of a military base either come to think of it.
Gunner
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wrote:

If you find a local source for Marsden Matting cheap, buy a few extra pieces for me. I still have a 20' flatbed (formerly sailboat) trailer that needs a bed rework, seems that 3/4" CDX plywood doesn't last forever...
Oh, and do you have a small (30" to 50" range) box and pan brake or hand press/brake/shear in "Gunner's Piles Of Stuff" perchance? I've got several customers missing the inner covers on their breaker panels, quicker to zap them out myself...
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On Sun, 30 Jan 2005 18:08:01 GMT, Bruce L. Bergman

Ive got one of those 30" Chicom combination shear/brake/rollers...and while it does thin stuff well enough..Im not sure its suitable for what you need.
Now I do have a couple Pexto shears. An old kick shear converted to hydraulic and a much much newer and nicer hydraulic shear.
Both will do 16 ga IRRC, both are 52" and both are for sale
Im pretty sure MarMachine has some. snipped-for-privacy@aol.com
Gunner
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On 30 Jan 2005 08:10:16 -0800, "Too_Many_Tools"

Sigh..probably be simpler and cheaper to pour the entire back yard in concrete.
Id not mind finding a quarter acre of PSP though...
Gunner
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wrote:

I gather that PSP is one of those rare military items which is completely used up by repeated recycling. At least I've never seen any of it surplus, come to think of it.
--RC "Sometimes history doesn't repeat itself. It just yells 'can't you remember anything I've told you?' and lets fly with a club. -- John W. Cambell Jr.
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I missed the staff meeting but the minutes show snipped-for-privacy@TAKEOUTmindspring.com wrote back on Sun, 30 Jan 2005 20:03:50 GMT in rec.crafts.metalworking :

    Considering the logistics issues involved, I'd believe it would be one of those items which if declared surplus, you have to go fetch it where is, as is.
    South Pacific seems to be a likely place.
    Or you might be able to scrounge up some PAP - same stuff, but made of Aluminum. Air transportable.
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On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 04:46:59 GMT, pyotr filipivich

They used a lot of it in the US. Just about every military base I've ever been on had it around -- everything from ground cover to highway bumpers.
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snipped-for-privacy@TAKEOUTmindspring.com wrote:

My bet it is simply left in place. Martin
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I missed the staff meeting but the minutes show "Martin H. Eastburn"
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    Let in place, then scrounged by locals.
    PAP might get scrounged by recyclers. That's a lot of aluminum.
    Might find it under "Marsten Mat", but its the sort of stuff which only a Government throwing a war is likely to want to ship any distance. And I doubt Gunner has the time or interest in milling some from raw stock. :-)
tschus pyotr
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