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08 Feb, 2014 16:47:22 GMT
[ 6 bids ]
southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom
Used: An item that has been previously used. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully ... Read moreabout the condition
I bought this in early November and have now realised I need something a bit bigger, below is the text from the original advert:
Small floor standing vertical milling machine, which is ideal for hobby/model engineering use. A very rigid little mill which is powered by a single phase electric motor via a Myford counter-shaft and clutch. This machine was converted from a horizontal mill by a friend who then passed it on to me. I fitted the new compound table and a spindle with a No 2 morse taper. In the interest of giving a full and honest description, I would say that the clearance between the spindle nose and table is a bit limited (160mm max) forbigger jobs and the three spindle speeds are a bit slow (could be changed with some different vee belt pulleys). In good working order, it would be ideal as a starter machine for a home workshop.
Any questions or to come and look at it, just ask.
Overall height, 1285mm
Overall width, 680mm
Overall depth, 640mm
Table size, 475mm x 150mm
Side to side travel, 280mm
Front to back travel, 85mm.....
I have changed the pulley on the motor for a dual pulley for slightly faster speeds.
This is a very heavy item (around 200 kilo) and would suggest you need a van and some help loading
You are welcome to come round and view, please email or call 07833456989 with any questions
On 06-Feb-14 at 05:14:08 GMT, seller added the following information:
ANY PERSON WITH LESS THAN 5 POSITIVE FEEDBACK WILL BE REMOVED UNLESS THEY CONTACT ME FIRST
The basic miller is an American made Burke No4 horizontal machine. The machine normally has the motor on the other side fitted with a reduction gearbox.
A vertical head was available but these machines where supplied to the... Continue reading
A: Thanks for the info
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