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    Are You Looking For a Lathe?

    My brother is selling one of these. Might be able to get a discount for a multi-unit purchase.


    Notice the young lady standing near the face plate.

    Max 126" dia. and 630" between centers. 120Hp
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    I guess that's 3 phase, huh?

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    I think we're gonna need a bigger bowl gouge.

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    Fred, it is surely that.

    Vaughn, with the torque that thing has, you can use the biggest bowl gouge you can hold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Richards View Post
    My brother is selling one of these. Might be able to get a discount for a multi-unit purchase.

    Maybe they will throw in a dozen pen kits for free
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    Sheesh, Makes my current one look puny!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fred hargis View Post
    I guess that's 3 phase, huh?
    It would require 120 Amps @ 600V 3. Unfortunately my shop's feed is only 100 A @ 600V 3. And I don't think it would fit inside 420 sqft

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