|Forum topic by huff||posted 06-21-2009 09:20 PM||3301 views||0 times favorited||9 replies|
06-21-2009 09:20 PM
I quess it’s time to downsize my shop…... Age, Economy and total lack of space has made me take a look at a number of tools I don’t use and taking up valuable space.
#1. Rockwell/Delta Double Bed Lathe. If you have the room, this is a unique lathe set-up. It has a double bed, (each mounted on a seperate cabinet) It can be used as a single bed, 36” length or butt the second cabinet to it with a second bed to enable you to turn over 73” in length. I also built a full length sliding bed for a router to flute columns. It can be tilted to do tapered columns also. Has a indexing head, variable speed with step pulleys, adjustable tail stock and tool rest. ( sorry, no turning tools, I’m keeping those for my other lathe) $400.00 including the cabinets and sliding bed for fluting.
#2. Powermatic Model 75, 3hp double bag dust collector. Comes with misc. 4” Plastic pipe, tees, elbows, 45’s and connectors. $125.00
#3. Jet 6” Jointer. $100.00
#4. Craftsman 10”, 2.5hp Radial Arm Saw. $60.00
#5. Grizzly 24” Drum Sander. 5hp. Double drum, table feed sander. Needs some minor repairs. $200.00
I have a number of other items, too numerous to list such as a couple combination stand sanders, Heavy duty Lumber racks (these are commercial size).
-- John @ http://www.thehuffordfurnituregroup.com