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My new to me 10EE

Discussion in 'MONARCH MACHINE TOOL CO.' started by papaw, Jun 8, 2014.

  1. papaw

    papaw United States Active Member Active Member

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    A 1956 WIAD. Comes with ELSR, taper, 3 jaw Tru Adjust, Jacobs Rubber flex chuck with collets, collett closer, and quite a bit more. Hope to get it runnung next week.
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    I set it facing my 6913 Clausing.
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    nickmckinney Active User Active Member

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    Those have to be the "prettiest" lathes ever made, like an art deco sculpture.
     
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    Nice score!
    Does it need some work or just needs a wall socket?

    Cheers Phil
     
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    Looking at that makes me feel a little GREEN!
    Nice score bro!

    Jake Parker
     
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    xalky United States Global Moderator Staff Member Director

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    Why don't you show us a picture of her face....Is she ugly or something? She has a nice butt, though! :lmao:
     
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    Nice 10EE Papaw. I hope you got all the covers with it. That will look very nice once you get it cleaned up, and even better if you give a squirt of paint before you put it back in service. I also would like to see the front side. I have a 52 10EE that I've completely redone and absolutely love it. Its a dream to work on that machine. Bill

    ps ... just noticed your Roll-in in the background ... I have one of those also! Great bandsaws eh?
     
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    papaw United States Active Member Active Member

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    Couldn't do without the Roll In saw. The lathe is supposed to take 3 phase in with the lathe motor running on 220 single phase and the coolant pump 3 phase. I need to install a 5HP rotary phase converter to do it this way. The 1956 "electronics" require a lot of amperage to boot it up. I did run 220 single phase at the present to run the lathe. It is a quiet, sweet running machine.
     
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    Out of boardom waiting on a train on my way to work this morning I checked craigslist. Thete is a 10ee in Dalls with a boatload of accessories for $2650.

    My brain is in overdrive trying to sheme up a plan to round up the funds, as my wife is signing for a minivan tomorrow.

    Anyone need a good used kidney? LOL

    Jake Parker
     
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    I'm not seeing it on there. I was ready to load up. Are you sure it was Dallas?
     
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    papaw United States Active Member Active Member

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    I saw it a little bit ago. It is not really loaded with tooling though.
     
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