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WTB , professional level lathe, oneway, powermatic, ect

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archives' started by Bill Madore, Mar 1, 2020.

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  1. Bill Madore

    Bill Madore

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    Hi Folks, Looking to buy a professional level lathe. Would prefer a oneway but other lathes in this class may work as well. 2hp and up. single phase unless a converter is built in or part of the deal. Yes, I've been looking everywhere. I'm in Connecticut so would need to keep it as local as possible. 100 miles or less.
    Let me know what you have. It's a big upgrade from my craftsman lathe.! But The craftsman tool is my weakest link. Everything else in my shop is delta invicta or better.
    Thank You in advance,
    Bill
     
  2. Samuel Russo

    Samuel Russo

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    I have a 3520B new 2017. I'm in Binghamton, NY 13903.
     
  3. Bill Madore

    Bill Madore

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    My email is madorebill@gmail.com
    Please send me info/pics/price
    Binghamton not very far. As a matter of fact was just up there and need to go back for a client soon.
     
  4. Samuel Russo

    Samuel Russo

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    Bought this new in 2017. Great lathe. The 220V 2hp motor handles everything nicely. Have used the One Way Coring System on it, no problem. Weighs 700lb, so it stays put. Head Stock slides so you can do some outboard turning, I never did. Variable speed, High 125-3200, great for finishing cuts, Low 50-1200, plenty of power. Electronic speed indicator is a bit intermittent, probably need to adjust sensor. I don't pay attention to it in any case, just turn at what ever speed is effective, you get a feel for it. Comes with a Face plate, spur drive, Saftey Shield. The live center is missing. I wasn't impressed with it and bought a OneWay, which is not included. I'm downsizing, moving to smaller quarters, so a smaller lathe is in order. I'm asking $2950 for it. I can send a photo tomorrow if you are interested.
     
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