Is that a pancake turner sticking out of the base for your
crane? Doesn't seem like the usual grinding stuff. :-)
Two pairs of new Fafnir superprecision bearings 2MM9107WI DUL
Ridgid pipe stand
Three universal grinding attachments for Cincinnati #2 grinder
KO Lee attachments
Weldon pneumatic air bearing spindle holder and about 20 spindles for it
100 lbs anvil
two motorized wheel dressers
one circle pattern wheel dresser
Two BT 50 Nikken collect toolholders
More tool grinder attachments with swiveling vises etc
Huge box of O/A manifolds, torches, regulators
3/32 TIG tungstens
Wooden machinist toolbox with machinist tools
Mitutoyo 8" digimatic caliper
German Helios analog caliper
60 lbs of 5C collets (rusted)
Three Darex SP2500 drill holders (that was a great find, as I realized
that my Darex SP2500 is missing one 5/8 to 1" toolholder).
Six Darex SP2500 borazon wheels, some look new and some look worn, I
will ask about it.
Hardinge 4C collet set in box
Buck 6 inch chuck
6 inch 6 jaw chuck
10 or 12 inch three jaw chuck
four position lathe tool post
10 lbs of carbide lathe bits (I will keep those)
3 HP Doerr motor for those "fake 5 HP compressors"
SEM Servo motor
More Darex parts
Tool/cutter grinder fixtuire for Cincinnati #2
I love it, I am thinking maybe I should do it full time.
I made that guy an offer on his warehouse building.
Are we going to read in the newspaper about your dead stinking four day old
corpse buried under a mound of hoarded "goodies" in the back yard?
Looks like me after a good day of yard saling..................
One of the $10 items was a Harig Steptool tool grinder attachment,
somewhat like this but with a different gearmotor:
It was cheap because it was "broke" and "won't run".
What was really "broke" in it was the on/off switch.
On Sat, 30 Jul 2011 15:33:30 -0500, Ignoramus11951
Ok...once again Iggy....pipe vises on the bottom with legs away from
cab window. Tool boxes, especially wooden ones, on the top or in the
Will you never learn?!?!?
ps... The pix kind of reminds me of one of those visual acuity
puzzles, where you have to identify 10 differences between this pix
and last weeks pix. Hahaha. Or maybe give a prize to whoever can ID
the most stuff !! I think I picked out about 6 or 7 "items" that I
Hey Iggy and Gunner,
I hope you both realize I was "chuckling" about all this. My
recollection of last weeks pix was that there was some ugly hunk of
metal laying/rubbing/scratching on the barrel of the air bearing for
the cutter grinder. With so much stuff and such good deals, maybe
it's not worth worrying about, eh?!?!
Brian "Drooling with every pix" Lawson.
Definitely not worth worrying about such piddling stuff.
I have a Weldon air bearing spindle and 200 or so lbs of air spindles
The wooden tool box, on top of which the pipe vise was laying, turned
out to be a Gerstner ($4 or $5, I do not remember but I think it cost
I was, however, trying not to put too heavy stuff on top of the
cuttermaster and on top of this Weldon air bearing.
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