mill & lathe fs in central TX

I have no connection whatsoever, just saw the ad:

Bridgeport 9x42 Mill & Accessories: This is a real American-made Bridgeport, not an import. I bought it used - I've had it for a few years & used it for light prototyping and modelmaking in my home shop. Everything works & the paint is in good shape. Runs on 220VAC - 3-phase power NOT needed, so it is perfect for a home shop. The accessories alone cost over $2000 new....included accessories: Mitutoyo 2-axis DRO ($700 new), Servo Powerfeed ($700 new), Hitachi VFD - no belt changes to adjust the speed! ($200 new), very nice American-made Kurt 6" vise ($350), Jacobs ball bearing drill chuck ($100), set of R8 collets ($50), two sets of parallels ($50), set of double-ended endmills ($75), clamping kit ($75) and a copy of the owners manual. Buyer responsible for moving. $3000 or make offer

Logan 11"x36" Metalworking Lathe: Another nice American-made machine. Large 1-3/8" capacity thru-spindle. Mounted on original cabinet base with chip tray. Quick-adjust 5C collet closer ($1000 new). Power feeds on X & Y. Accessories: imported quick-change toolpost and 5 toolholders ($150 new), Jacobs ball-bearing chuck ($100 new) and full set of 5C collets with collet rack ($400 new). Buyer responsible for moving. $2500 or make offer

Craftsman Power Hacksaw: Up to 4" round capacity. Runs fine, includes motor and nice stand. It's very neat to watch these run, and it definitely saves your arm! $100

All of the machines are located in Round Rock and can be run and inspected. Email me for pictures or more details: swf999a AT yahoo DOT com.


Stan swf999a AT yahoo DOT com

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