Hello Dah Lih?



Shopping manual mills for a friend.
Ran across a Dah Lih vertical.
Looks to have power knee, tapping head
Slightly bigger than BP, very clean.
Have not seen it in person, pics look good, no tooling
Offered for the same price as a cheap BP
Are these good machines?
Looks like they may make some of Grizzly's high-end manual mills.
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RBnDFW
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DL-G2200 mfg date is 12-1991
RBnDFW wrote: > > Shopping manual mills for a friend. > Ran across a Dah Lih vertical. > Looks to have power knee, tapping head > Slightly bigger than BP, very clean. > Have not seen it in person, pics look good, no tooling > Offered for the same price as a cheap BP > > Are these good machines? > Looks like they may make some of Grizzly's high-end manual mills.
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RBnDFW
A shop in Wichita has a CNC DahLih that he retrofitted. (I'm pretty sure it was originally a CNC, though, so not entirely the same machine as their manual mill.) It seems to be a solid machine, and they use it for a lot of their smaller work. (They have Cincinnatti and G&L mills with 30' and larger tables.)
Jon
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Jon Elson

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