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FS Milling Machine and Tooling FS

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by richrob, Apr 24, 2009.

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  1. richrob

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    FS 2 HP Cincinatti Toolmaster Mill and tooling

    42 in table, powermaster feed, quick change 40 tooling, large amount of tooling, runs well, you can come inspect

    Located in Illinois, email with questions

    This must go $3000 or best for everything, may trade for a 4 wheeler or fishing boat

    Thanks, Rich


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    May consider Browning subgages as well

    Will add money for the ATV or Boat if necessary
     
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    My second mill was a Toolmaster..Much better built than a Bridgeport..Bigggggggg flat ways.. That box of tooling than needs a good cleaning is worth many thousands new.. parts are still avaiable from the factory.. and all bearings are standard.. made in America.. nothing in "trick" sizes.. the 40 taper is standard in the industry.. A good buy for someone..
     
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    A great buy, I wish I lived closer.
     
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    thanks for the kind words

    $2700 ob
     
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    a few bits of info I seemed to have left out.

    the mill is 220 3 phase, we run all our 3 phase equipment on single phase power through a converter, this works well

    The mill is in good shape, the tooling will clean up

    We can lift this about 24-26 inches in our shop, it was enough for us to get it off of the trailer we transported it on, if need be we can work out delivery.

    Again, if you have any questions feel free to ask, I will do my best to get you answers.

    Thanks for looking, Rich
     
  7. PerazziBigBore

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    You might consider putting the "big" tooling.. large boring heads etc.. for sale on E-bay.. as it will bring real money..leaving the smaller stuff for those here who would most likely use it for gunsmithing and stock work.. The reduction in tooling might make the sale of this great mill..easier...
     
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    Please don't take offense, but you would be doing yourself a big favor if you wire brushed the rust off the machine and the tooling and then took another picture.

    I am well aware that the light surface rust on the tooling and the machine are no problem as far as the utility goes, but it is a bit of a turnoff to potential buyers.......kind of like trying to sell a muddy truck.

    As far as the quality of the cincinnatti mill is concerned, it is indeed a good machine.
     
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