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Buying my first mill

Discussion in 'MACHINE RESTORATION & WAY SCRAPING' started by OkcGunsammo, Jan 17, 2017.

  1. OkcGunsammo

    OkcGunsammo Reserved Iron Registered Member

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    Thanks everyone for all the feed back! I plan on going to look/buy it soon. Im not worried about my foundation since my foundation was made for heavy equipment. They said they would load it for me so now I will just have to figure out how I will safely unload it.
     
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  2. talvare

    talvare United States Ted A H-M Supporter-Premium

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    The machine in that video makes my Bridgeport look like a Cracker Jack's toy !

    Ted
     
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    Dabbler H-M Supporter - Premium Content H-M Supporter-Premium

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    it is easier to unload than load... something about gravity... please take all the precautions you can!
     
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    Yep, also, just be aware these machines tend to be very top heavy - when lifting, they are very easy to tip over and break parts off when they fall on their side/front.

    Nice looking machine, good,luck!
    Gpb
     

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