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machinetoolguy

Swaging Machine, Grinders, Punch Press, & Other Shop Equipment

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Hey all:

 

The Baltimore Toolworks sale is almost over and they are going to scrap everything if no one shows anymore interest, so the equipment is available to any reasonable offer. I have listed the equipment below for everyone to see. If you or anyone you know could use any of the equipment, post up a response. I have pictures and all that good stuff available.

 

Fenn 3F Swaging Machine: 5/8” Solid M.S. Capacity, 1 ¾” Tubing M.S. Capacity, 312 RPM, 5HP

 

Bader Belt Sander/grinder: Belt capacity: ¼”-3” x 132” belt guard, grinding belt, 2 hp 3/220/440 volts

 

Tempering Furnace: Gas Fired, Salt Pot, Automatic Valves, blower, & safety devices

 

Pedestal Grinder: Large 3 Phase Grinder, Equip with 12” x 2 ½” Grinding Wheels

 

Pedestal Grinder: Large 3 Phase Grinder, Equip with 12” x 3 ½” Grinding Wheels

 

Minster #5 OBI Punch Press: Bed Dimensions: 18.5” x 28”, Bolster Plate Dimensions: 2 ½”, Double Palm Controls, Automatic Lubrication System

 

Speedaire 120 Gallon Air Compressor: MADE IN THE USA, 2000 PSI, 10 HP, 3 Phase, 1750 RPM

 

Pangborn Rotoblast 3GN Tumble Type Abrasive Blast Cleaning Machine

 

Pangborn Rotoblast GN Cleaning System

 

Empire Dust Collector: Capable of supporting multiple machines simultaneously

 

ACME Automatic Polishing & Grinding Machine: 2 Horizontal, 1 Vertical Head (s), Adjustable height & angle capability, 8” Contact Wheel,

Self-Contained on Steel Pad, Diameter: 33 ½” outside, 29” inside

 

Warner & Swasey #3 Lathe: Swing over bed: 15-3/8", Hexagon turret, Motor: 7.5 HP 220 Volt

 

ACME Type V6 Belt Finishing Machine: 6” x 168” Abrasive Belt, 5HP, 1800 RPM

 

ACME Type V6 Belt Finishing Machine – Parts Only: View the pictures

 

Taylor Winfield Heat Exchanger: Model U-50523AB

 

Wright 1 Ton Electro-Lift

 

Tornos-Bechler ENC 262 Automatic Screw Machine: Fanuc OT Control, 1” Bar Capacity, 100-6,000 RPM Spindle Speed, 6 Tool Capacity, RoboBar Magazine Barloader

 

Tornos-Bechler ENC 162 Automatic Screw Machine: 5.4 HP, GE Fanuc Control, ½” Bar Capacity, 8,000 RPM Spindle Speed, 6 Cross Tool Capacity, 3 End Working Tool Capacity, Gravity Barfeed

 

Tornos-Bechler ENC 162 Automatic Screw Machine: 5.4 HP, GE Fanuc Control, ½” Bar Capacity, 8,000 RPM Spindle Speed, Tornos-Beckler C/12198 Barfeed

 

Flow Through Gas Forge / Hardening Furnace: 8” x 8’ Conveyor Feed, Chamber: 36” x 8” x 2”H

 

Flow Through Gas Forge / Hardening Furnace: 8” x 6.5’ Conveyor feed, Chamber: 40” x 12” x 2 ½” H

 

Gravity Feed Shelving: (4) Heavy-Duty Gravity Feed Shelving, 5’ x 5’ x 8’H, 7 ½” Clearance

 

Heavy-Duty Shelving: Different sizes are available

 

Light Shelving: With storage bins

 

Heavy-Duty Carts: Different styles and sizes available

 

Heavy Duty Steel Stock Carts: Apx. 9’ Long

 

Miscellaneous Carts: Different styles and sizes available

 

Office Desks

 

Fire Proof (FireKing) Filing Cabinets

 

File Cabinet: Different Styles Available

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Do you have prices for any of the items by any chance?

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Do you have prices for any of the items by any chance?

No Sir. We are accepting any and all offers, so we have not set a price. If Baltimore Toolworks gives an offer the "okay", you can have it.

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Will:

 

The pedestal grinders are up here: and heredepending on which you are interested in.

 

Pick up is perferred, but with something like a pedestal grinder, we might be able to work out skidding and loading onto a truck. There is a forklift at Baltimore Toolworks from time to time if I schedule in advance.

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Well, if you can't really ship. That pretty much puts me out of it. I was still alittle skeptical about the prices after doing some research. Unless they are selling for dirt cheap I wouldn't be able to afford any of it.

 

Thanks for sharing though.

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