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Re: Best way to sell an entire hobby machine shop?

John Gallo
 

I live in Pine Bush, NY.

Re: Best way to sell an entire hobby machine shop?

Jasper McConnell
 

Pictures would be helpful.


-----Original Message-----
From: idaflies2 <johnbodyman@...>
To: SouthBendLathe <SouthBendLathe@groups.io>
Cc: John Gallo via Groups.Io <johnnyblock1@...>
Sent: Thu, Sep 20, 2018 11:05 am
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] Best way to sell an entire hobby machine shop?

---- "John Gallo via Groups.Io" <johnnyblock1=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi, this is a little off topic, but it does involve a South Bend lathe so here goes. I am getting on in years and no longer spend much time in my garage shop. I would like some advice on how to sell every thing. I don't like the idea of listing every tool and piece of equipment individually on e-bay because of the volume of it all.

The large machines I have are a South Bend 9A with taper attachment in almost perfect condition. There is a Bridgeport J head mill in excellent condition. Also a Walker Turner metal cutting band saw that is in good shape. These machines have a great quantity of tooling that is in new to excellent condition. Along with this are the usual measuring devices, also in great condition.
Hi Where is your shop located?
I was hoping some one else has been through this and can help me make some decisions. I'm not looking to get rich here, but would like to get a fair price.

I am not a lazy man, but the shear volume of individual listings would be daunting. Thanks in advance for any advice. John





Re: Best way to sell an entire hobby machine shop?

Brian Geffre
 

Where do you live?  Maybe that could help.  

In amore Christi
Brian Geffre

On Sep 20, 2018, at 10:05, idaflies2 <johnbodyman@...> wrote:

---- "John Gallo via Groups.Io" <johnnyblock1@...> wrote:
Hi, this is a little off topic, but it does involve a South Bend lathe so here goes. I am getting on in years and no longer spend much time in my garage shop. I would like some advice on how to sell every thing. I don't like the idea of listing every tool and piece of equipment individually on e-bay because of the volume of it all.

The large machines I have are a South Bend 9A with taper attachment in almost perfect condition. There is a Bridgeport J head mill in excellent condition. Also a Walker Turner metal cutting band saw that is in good shape. These machines have a great quantity of tooling that is in new to excellent condition. Along with this are the usual measuring devices, also in great condition.
Hi  Where is your shop located?
I was hoping some one else has been through this and can help me make some decisions. I'm not looking to get rich here, but would like to get a fair price.

I am not a lazy man, but the shear volume of individual listings would be daunting. Thanks in advance for any advice. John





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Re: Best way to sell an entire hobby machine shop?

idaflies2
 

---- "John Gallo via Groups.Io" <johnnyblock1=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi, this is a little off topic, but it does involve a South Bend lathe so here goes. I am getting on in years and no longer spend much time in my garage shop. I would like some advice on how to sell every thing. I don't like the idea of listing every tool and piece of equipment individually on e-bay because of the volume of it all.

The large machines I have are a South Bend 9A with taper attachment in almost perfect condition. There is a Bridgeport J head mill in excellent condition. Also a Walker Turner metal cutting band saw that is in good shape. These machines have a great quantity of tooling that is in new to excellent condition. Along with this are the usual measuring devices, also in great condition.
Hi Where is your shop located?
I was hoping some one else has been through this and can help me make some decisions. I'm not looking to get rich here, but would like to get a fair price.

I am not a lazy man, but the shear volume of individual listings would be daunting. Thanks in advance for any advice. John

Re: Best way to sell an entire hobby machine shop?

Daughty
 

john shoot me a message I might be interested in some of your stuff.


On Thu, Sep 20, 2018, 9:56 AM John Gallo via Groups.Io <johnnyblock1=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi, this is a little off topic, but it does involve a South Bend lathe so here goes. I am getting on in years and no longer spend much time in my garage shop. I would like some advice on how to sell every thing. I don't like the idea of listing every tool and piece of equipment individually on e-bay because of the volume of it all.

The large machines I have are a South Bend 9A with taper attachment in almost perfect condition. There is a Bridgeport J head mill in excellent condition. Also a Walker Turner metal cutting band saw that is in good shape. These machines have a great quantity of tooling that is in new to excellent condition. Along with this are the usual measuring devices, also in great condition.

I was hoping some one else has been through this and can help me make some decisions. I'm not looking to get rich here, but would like to get a fair price.

I am not a lazy man, but the shear volume of individual listings would be daunting. Thanks in advance for any advice. John

Best way to sell an entire hobby machine shop?

John Gallo
 

Hi, this is a little off topic, but it does involve a South Bend lathe so here goes. I am getting on in years and no longer spend much time in my garage shop. I would like some advice on how to sell every thing. I don't like the idea of listing every tool and piece of equipment individually on e-bay because of the volume of it all.

The large machines I have are a South Bend 9A with taper attachment in almost perfect condition. There is a Bridgeport J head mill in excellent condition. Also a Walker Turner metal cutting band saw that is in good shape. These machines have a great quantity of tooling that is in new to excellent condition. Along with this are the usual measuring devices, also in great condition.

I was hoping some one else has been through this and can help me make some decisions. I'm not looking to get rich here, but would like to get a fair price.

I am not a lazy man, but the shear volume of individual listings would be daunting. Thanks in advance for any advice. John

Re: Parting out 13" South Bend s/n 3127TKL10 Los Angeles Area Local Pickup

comstock_friend
 

The lathe I’m parting out was never complete or had tooling. The tail stock, apron, underneath motor drive and some gear box parts are no longer available. Available now is the head stock with spindle bearings (spindle is 2-1/4 x 8 tpi), the bed (6 foot, some scratches but no ridge), cabinet leg, tail stock end leg, saddle, cross slide and compound (no screws or dials), and the single tumbler gear box with some gears but the tumbler itself is gone.


However, I did trade a fellow the underneath motor drive and tail stock and got 11/16” collets (2A), the draw tube and the spindle nose so if you have the 13” small hole spindle, I do have the collets (they do NOT have internal threads for stops):

 

 

 

2-A

COLLETS

 

Hardinge/SB/Unknown

1/16"

0.0625

1/SB

1/8"

0.1250

1/SB

3/16"

0.1875

1/SB

7/32"

0.2188

1/H

1/4"

0.2500

1/SB

9/32"

0.2813

1/U

5/16"

0.3125

1/SB

11/32"

0.3438

1/U

3/8"

0.3750

1/H

13/32"

0.4063

1/U

7/16"

0.4375

1/H

15/32"

0.4688

1/U

1/2"

0.5000

1/H

17/32"

0.5313

1/U

9/16"

0.5625

1/H

5/8"

0.6250

1/SB

21/32"

0.6563

1/H

 
I do have some other tooling and things, so if there is something specific you are looking for, PM me with what you need.

John

 

Re: Parting out 13" South Bend s/n 3127TKL10 Los Angeles Area Local Pickup

Rogan Creswick
 

Darn, thanks for letting me know though!


On Thu, Aug 23, 2018, 9:29 AM comstock_friend <jfriend314@...> wrote:
The dials and screws are gone, but no, 13" dials, nuts and screws are considerably larger than 10k dials, nuts and screws.

John

Re: ADV: [SouthBendLathe] Parting out 13" South Bend s/n 3127TKL10 Los Angeles Area Local Pickup

comstock_friend
 

Sorry, no taper attachment, just the rear slotted bar (' PT868T2 connecting bar' in SB parlance) from the cross feed.

John

Re: Parting out 13" South Bend s/n 3127TKL10 Los Angeles Area Local Pickup

comstock_friend
 

The dials and screws are gone, but no, 13" dials, nuts and screws are considerably larger than 10k dials, nuts and screws.

John

Re: Heavy 10 (1958) collet closer

carbure2003
 

Dismantle the unit and ensure the bearing balls are still in the unit.

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Ruth Busch" <jbusch@...>
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Subject: [SouthBendLathe] Heavy 10 (1958) collet closer
Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2018 17:58:14 -0700

I am unable to lock a collet. When i pull the collet lever i do not feel the typical snap that tells me it is tightened. any ideas?

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Re: ADV: [SouthBendLathe] Heavy 10 (1958) collet closer

Ruth Busch
 

Typically, when I tighten a collet (5C), I feel a snap as i do it. What is causing the snap that tells me the collet is tight.

----- Original Message -----
From: "ken campbell" <deltainc@...>
To: "SouthBendLathe" <SouthBendLathe@groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2018 2:36:27 AM
Subject: Re: ADV: [SouthBendLathe] Heavy 10 (1958) collet closer

if 5c collets themselves  don't really snap.... they just become
smoothly  harder to tighten . ....  and be careful of over tightening
without the correct size stock in them .      now the collet CLOSER on a
HC does snap, but that is the closer " cam " .

ken, 5c in AHC, HNC, HC, 13 Southbend , Conquest, SB  Magnaturn ...8-)

Re: ADV: [SouthBendLathe] Heavy 10 (1958) collet closer

ken campbell
 

if 5c collets themselves  don't really snap.... they just become smoothly  harder to tighten . ....  and be careful of over tightening without the correct size stock in them .      now the collet CLOSER on a HC does snap, but that is the closer " cam " .

ken, 5c in AHC, HNC, HC, 13 Southbend , Conquest, SB  Magnaturn ...8-)

Re: ADV: [SouthBendLathe] Parting out 13" South Bend s/n 3127TKL10 Los Angeles Area Local Pickup

ken campbell
 

hey if it has taper attachment i am interested in the clamp that clamps onto the rear way near the tailstock  and holds the rod stabilizing the taper bed .  mine broke, i cobbled up an ugly ( better? )  one, but would like an original .

thanks, ken

Heavy 10 (1958) collet closer

Ruth Busch
 

I am unable to lock a collet.  When i pull the collet lever i do not feel the typical snap that tells me it is  tightened.  any ideas?

Re: Parting out 13" South Bend s/n 3127TKL10 Los Ange les Area Local Pickup

carbure2003
 

On the compound rest on a 10K, you may run into problems with dials larger than 1 3/4 in dia

It could come in interference at some angles with the cross feed dial. I would not go larger than 2 1/4 dia on the cross slide.

Guy Cadrin

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Rogan Creswick" <creswick@...>
To: SouthBendLathe@groups.io
Subject: Re: [SouthBendLathe] Parting out 13" South Bend s/n 3127TKL10 Los Angeles Area Local Pickup
Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2018 12:54:18 -0700


Do you happen to know if the hand cranks and graduated dials from the compound and cross slide will work on a Light 10K?
On Wed, Aug 22, 2018 at 9:11 AM comstock_friend <jfriend314@...> wrote:I'm parting out 13" South Bend s/n 3127TKL10 for Los Angeles area local pickup. Bed is 6 foot. Anybody interested, let me know what you want. Parts will be cheap.

John
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Re: Parting out 13" South Bend s/n 3127TKL10 Los Angeles Area Local Pickup

Rogan Creswick
 

Do you happen to know if the hand cranks and graduated dials from the compound and cross slide will work on a Light 10K?


On Wed, Aug 22, 2018 at 9:11 AM comstock_friend <jfriend314@...> wrote:
I'm parting out 13" South Bend s/n 3127TKL10 for Los Angeles area local pickup. Bed is 6 foot. Anybody interested, let me know what you want. Parts will be cheap.

John

Parting out 13" South Bend s/n 3127TKL10 Los Angeles Area Local Pickup

comstock_friend
 

I'm parting out 13" South Bend s/n 3127TKL10 for Los Angeles area local pickup. Bed is 6 foot. Anybody interested, let me know what you want. Parts will be cheap.

John

Re: SB1002 Owners?

john kling
 



On Monday, August 13, 2018, 9:53:09 AM EDT, kalos53@... <kalos53@...> wrote:


I'm aware of only three SB1002 owners (including me). Are there others in this io Group?

SB1002 Owners?

kalos53@...
 

I'm aware of only three SB1002 owners (including me). Are there others in this io Group?