|May 6th, 2010, 09:04 AM||#1|
Radial Arm Drill press older EDMS and CNC
The shop i work for has a few machines for sale.
Its a Cincinnati Bickford not sure on year, thinking 60s.
The Radial Arm drill press works great used if a few weeks ago. Has power feed, wired for 220v and in pretty good shape for as old as it is.
Asking $500 SOLD
Raycon EDM, only thing we know is wrong with it is that y axis lead screw is broke. Has 3 axis digital read outs. Does work, not hooked up. Wired for 220v.
Asking $1,000 now asking $700 REALLY WANT IT GONE $500 or make offer. prolly wont say no.
Charmilles Iso Pulse Type P25 EDM
Was told that it still works, comes with the desk/work bench
Asking $1,000 SOLD
We also have a Hurco CNC, that we would sell. I can get sizes and info on it if anyone is interested. It is hooked up and have heard in run. I believe it has a 8000 rpm spindle. My boss is friends with the guy that used to own it, has very low hours and was not abused. Very well taken care of. Only thing i know is wrong with it, is the tool change doesnt work. Im sure it can be fix the guy who owned it didnt need to fix it.
Also have Arbor Press, steel racks I will add prices and pics for later.
Any question feel free to pm me or give me a call
269 651 2553
Johnson Precision Mold is where everything is located
Last edited by tator; December 29th, 2011 at 03:05 PM.
|May 6th, 2010, 09:38 AM||#2|
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1. Raycon edm:
a. Can you tell me the model #?
b. How many amps is the power supply?
c. Aprox. age?
d. 220 3 phase I would imagine?
e. Any way to move y axis currently (shaft broke in the middle end or..)?
2. Hurco CNC:
a. table size
c. spindle hp
d. spindle taper (cat 40 or 50 or..)
Might also be interested in the arbor press, more info. please.
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|May 6th, 2010, 10:49 AM||#3|
1. Raycon edm:
a. Can you tell me the model- R20 B serial number 2378
b. How many amps is the power supply? 20
c. Aprox. age? Boss was think mid 80s
d. 220 3 phase I would imagine? tags says 440 3 phase, but i know the guy that had it before us only had 220 in his shop.
e. Any way to move y axis currently (shaft broke in the middle end or..)? shaft broke on end, guy that owned said he bumped it around. I dont know how easily it moves, kind of crud way to do it but it worked for him.
2. Hurco CNC:
a. table size- 15 1/2 x 40
b. model# BMC 30/D
c. spindle hp- 15 Hi torque, there were two models avaible he got the one with the high torque options.
d. spindle taper (cat 40 or 50 or..) cat 40
Have all the manuals
arbor press is a 30 ton, i guess it has a slow leak. $75 buck
Last edited by tator; May 6th, 2010 at 11:03 AM.
|November 16th, 2010, 03:23 PM||#19|
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|November 17th, 2010, 11:35 AM||#20|
The drill press is most likely sold, put it on ebay yesterday. Waiting to hear back from buyer, will keep posted on sale. We think it weights more on the 4,000 pound, its a heavy bastard. Yes we can load.