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Geiger Lathe $900

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archives' started by Thomas Riefe, Apr 22, 2019.

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  1. Thomas Riefe

    Thomas Riefe

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    Location (City & State):
    Davenport, Iowa
    Alex Geiger Lathe (Maschinenfabrik Ludwigshafen/Rhen)

    - Cast Iron construction
    - 220 Single phase
    - Chuck: 3 jaws, reversible 6.25" diameter, 8" face plate, wood chuck, and screw chuck included
    - Tail stocks, drill chucks, drill bit with morse taper included
    - Outboard turning capacity with outboard bed
    - Bed size: Bed length: 95" with 10" radius to center
    - Outboard: 7" length to tool rest with 20" radius to center
    - 3 tool rests with multiple lengths
    -Forward and reverse directional motor rotation

    This is a very good lathe that has given me no problems. The weight and length of the machine provide a lot of stability to absorb vibrations on larger projects. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out.

    $900

    I am located in Davenport Iowa, for inquires email: tomriefe@gmail.com or call 563 320 1560


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  2. Ed Jarvis

    Ed Jarvis

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    Is there A Lathe carriage for the Bed? What is the Spindle thread size? tailstock #3 morse?

    Ed
     
  3. Thomas Riefe

    Thomas Riefe

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    There is not a carriage for the bed, the spindle is a 1 1/2" diameter. The tailstock is a #3 morse and includes (2) #2- #4 morse sleeves.
     
  4. Thomas Riefe

    Thomas Riefe

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