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  1. #1516
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    I must say I thought they would go for more. But, maybe I'm making the mistake of confusing what people are "asking" for them with what people are "paying" for them.
    And of course I now know its all there and working(thought could use a new crystal).. which is always a fingers crossed thing.

    Stuart

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    Had a good weekend, drop into a local garage sale, 3 x dawn 100mm G clamps, 1 x sidchrome/siddons 8 inch adjustable and 1 rivet set all in very good not abused condition for $10

    Also scored an 8 inch ryobi bench grinder with good wheels and all its bits for $20, was real dirty but now looks like it just came home from bunnings, will do fine for sharpening.

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    Default Albrecht drill chuck

    While I was in Germany, I picked up a used Albrecht 10mm drill chuck on MT2 arbor in very good condition for Eu10.- posted to my brother's address. Amazingly smooth operation.
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    Joe
    9"thicknesser/planer, 12" bench saw, 2Hp Dusty, 5/8" Drill press, 10" Makita drop saw, 2Hp Makita outer, the usual power tools and carpentry hand tools...

  5. #1519
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhovel View Post
    While I was in Germany, I picked up a used Albrecht 10mm drill chuck on MT2 arbor in very good condition for Eu10.- posted to my brother's address. Amazingly smooth operation.
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    can you check to make sure you had the right address..........it never arrived

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    got it....
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    Joe
    9"thicknesser/planer, 12" bench saw, 2Hp Dusty, 5/8" Drill press, 10" Makita drop saw, 2Hp Makita outer, the usual power tools and carpentry hand tools...

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    I didn't really need a second power hacksaw to go with my 1950's McPherson monster and I probably shouldn't have gone to have a look at it but I succumbed to temptation and it jumped on the back of the truck while I wasn't looking (at least that's what I told the long-suffering Barbara while she was helping me unload it). $80 for this didn't seem too bad http://power hacksaw lotze 3 phase |...s | 1053828242 - it seems to be in good nick, just needs a bit of a clean up. Thanks to Ben for posting it in the EBay thread.

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    Cheers,
    Joe
    9"thicknesser/planer, 12" bench saw, 2Hp Dusty, 5/8" Drill press, 10" Makita drop saw, 2Hp Makita outer, the usual power tools and carpentry hand tools...

  9. #1523
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    An old TOS universal milling machine that came into my possession last night. Included the universal milling head and some tooling.

    Seems to be fully functional except for a small electrical issue that I need to resolve.
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    Default Waldown Tool Grinder

    The local high school was having a garage sale to clear out some surplus stuff, so I stopped buy. First thing I see when I walk in is a Waldown 7" tool grinder. I already have 3 Waldown grinders, 2 x 8" series II, one for grinding and one for buffing/wire wheel. The third grinder is a 8" series II tool grinder which I am in the middle of rebuilding. So I did didn't really "need" it but it is in pristine condition and the price was to good to pass up at $150 . It does not have any wheels so I will set it up with a std wheel on one end a green wheel or a diamond wheel on the other for carbide.

    They where also selling a very good Waldown pedestal drill for $300 but As it was not a morse tapper version I passed it up.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piers037 View Post
    The local high school was having a garage sale to clear out some surplus stuff, so I stopped buy. First thing I see when I walk in is a Waldown 7" tool grinder. I already have 3 Waldown grinders, 2 x 8" series II, one for grinding and one for buffing/wire wheel. The third grinder is a 8" series II tool grinder which I am in the middle of rebuilding. So I did didn't really "need" it but it is in pristine condition and the price was to good to pass up at $150 . It does not have any wheels so I will set it up with a std wheel on one end a green wheel or a diamond wheel on the other for carbide.

    They where also selling a very good Waldown pedestal drill for $300 but As it was not a morse tapper version I passed it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piers037 View Post
    The local high school was having a garage sale to clear out some surplus stuff, so I stopped buy. First thing I see when I walk in is a Waldown 7" tool grinder. I already have 3 Waldown grinders, 2 x 8" series II, one for grinding and one for buffing/wire wheel. The third grinder is a 8" series II tool grinder which I am in the middle of rebuilding. So I did didn't really "need" it but it is in pristine condition and the price was to good to pass up at $150 . It does not have any wheels so I will set it up with a std wheel on one end a green wheel or a diamond wheel on the other for carbide.

    They where also selling a very good Waldown pedestal drill for $300 but As it was not a morse tapper version I passed it up.

    Cheers

    Piers
    Piers,

    If it is of any use, I have a small cast iron Waldown table protractor that might fit your grinder. Yours for nothing. I'll be home in two and a bit weeks so I can send you a photo then if you are interested.

    Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anorak Bob View Post
    Piers,

    If it is of any use, I have a small cast iron Waldown table protractor that might fit your grinder. Yours for nothing. I'll be home in two and a bit weeks so I can send you a photo then if you are interested.

    Bob
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    Thanks Bob for your generous offer.

    I would be very interested in doing a trade as neither of my grinders has a protractor fence and I was planning to make one.

    Cheers

    Piers

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    Default M&W internal micrometer

    Got dragged into a Salvation Army shop today for a look and picked up a Moore and Wright internal micrometer for $15.00. Unfortunately it is missing the 3-4" 6-7" extensions and a couple of other small parts. It's an older model as it is in a tin box with a leather look outside and a dark blue velour finish inside, anyone have an idea as to its vintage, I looked on M&W website but it doesn't show anything except later models. Anyone out there have a similar looking set up that could tell me what is missing please.
    Kryn

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    Picked for $20.00
    It's my first back plunge indicator, You would think with over 150 dial indicators I would have one, but they just don't seem to become available very often.
    This one is as smooth as silk and in fantastic visual condition....
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