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Dammed Cummins Tool Sales

This is a discussion on Dammed Cummins Tool Sales within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; I made the mistake of stopping by the Cummons truckload toolsale and look what followed me home This mini mill is a great addition to ...

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    Dammed Cummins Tool Sales

    I made the mistake of stopping by the Cummons truckload toolsale and look what followed me home

    This mini mill is a great addition to you workshop. The perfect metal cutting tool. Use this mini mill for surfacing, boring, cutting curves and indexing.

    * Specifications:
    o Max. Table Travel: 9" (228mm)
    o Max. Cross Slide: 4" (100mm)
    o Max. Spindle Travel: 8 1/2"
    o Headstock Tip Angle: Negative 45 to positive 45
    o Max. Power: 350 watts
    o 3/4 HP
    o Spindle speed:
    + Low: 0 - 1100 RPM
    + High: 0 - 2500 RPM
    o Taper of Hole in Spindle: R8
    o Drilling Capacity: 1/2" (13mm)
    o End Milling Capacity: 1/2" (13mm)
    o Face Milling Capacity: 1" (25mm)
    * Includes:
    o Large wrench S:36
    o 1/2" Drill chuck & taper shank
    o Oil can
    o Fixing pin
    o Hex wrenches S: 3, 4, 5, 6
    o Socket head wrench D: 45-52
    o Double end wrenches D: 8-10, 14-17, 17-19
    o Drill chuck holder
    o Handle
    o T-Nut
    o Fuse 5A
    o Draw bar



    Whether you are a hobbyist or a professional metal worker, this 7 x 12 mini metal lathe will be a quality addition to your tool collection. Use this lathe to machine parts for all types of tools and equipment. This precision mini lathe is designed to perform various types of processing jobs such as mini precision parts, samples and models. Counterface turning, drilling, threading and cutting jobs on materials made up of round bar and bar materials can be performed using this machine.

    The lathe bed is made of high grade iron. The hardness and rigidity of the lathe and accuracy of the z-slideways are obtained by quality raw materials, heat hardening and grinding.

    * Distance between centers: 12"
    * Maximum length of workpiece: 300mm
    * Maximum swing over bed: 180mm
    * Spindle Taper: Morse #3
    * Tailstock Taper: Morse #2
    * Spindle Bore: 20mm
    * Cross Slide Travel: 65mm
    * Compound Slide Travel: 55mm (effective)
    * Spindle Speed (adjustable): 100 - 2500 RPM (effective)
    * Longitudinal feeds:0.1 - 0.2mm
    * Screw Threads:
    o Imperial: 12 - 52 TPI in 18 steps
    o Metric: 0.4 - 2.0mm in 10 steps
    * Spindle flange: has 6 holes for mounting the 3 jaw self centering chuck (included) and can accomodate a range of fixtures such as d Face Plate, 4 jaw chuck, etc.

    Includes:

    * Tailstock Drill Chuck 1-13mm (with key)
    * Moving Steady
    * Fixed Steady
    * 6 1/4" diameter Face Plate
    * Allen Wrench set
    * Gear set:
    o Imperial-Z: 30, 35, 40, 40, 45, 50, 55, 57, 60, 65
    * Oil Bottle
    * #2 Morse Taper Center (for tailstock)
    * 3 External Jaws (for 3 Jaw Chuck)
    * 2 - open end wrenchs 8/10mm, 14/17mm
    * 5 piece Cutting Tool Set: 8x8mm
    o DIN 4971 R
    o DIN 4975
    o DIN 4980 R
    o DIN 4980 L
    o DIN 4981 R
    * 1 spare fuse

    # Overall dimensions: 30" long x 8 1/2" wide x 11" tall (all measurements are approximate)

    they were the last in stock display models uncrated this morning, got a good deal on them and a garontee that all is in working order and complete as discribed . what can i say , looks like i wont have to go to a smith for quite as much stuff now lol
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    Don'tcha just hate that? They come by here a couple times a year. They usually move on with some of my money as well.

    Looks like you can do a lot of stuff with those things.
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    and now you're going to have to go spend more money on 80% finished receivers. Have fun

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    The lathe is sweet, I want one!!!! They should be coming to town in a few weeks. Please let me know how it works.
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    Rugerman i really dobut if i have them set up that fast due to having to make space and build stands or benches , but try http://www.mini-lathe.com/ I belive that the little sucker is reviewed there , and it gets good reviews over at the home gunsmith forum
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    Sounds to me your just making more work for yourself RR. HA-HA.
    Its not work if you love what you'll be doing with that new equipment.
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    Wow. Nice..... you are going to be really busy!

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    Good finds!

    I used to have a near complete machine shop in UK but sold off everything except my 5 1/2" old lathe and brought that (boy, did that please the removers LOL!) - don't use it much now but would hate not to have it for those odd times when nothing else will do.

    No mill as such now but vertical slide on saddle will allow most small milling operations. Love machinery and the freedom it allows for making small parts.
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    I havnt been around machine tools a lot so its going to be a learning experiance , i allways wanted to play with them tho and this looked about affordable to start , i do fear its going to be another addiction to feed tho . Maby i can do some small jobs to feed it tho LOL
    Make sure you get full value out of today , Do something worthwhile, because what you do today will cost you one day off the rest of your life .
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    I hate that when it happens

    What do you plan on doing or making

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    No Idea bud lol other than cut my gunsmith bills LOL , i may start out with something simple make up a fiew sight pushers or something and see if i can re coop some of the $$ LOL
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    ooo ya do sight pushers let me know

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    ok will do , it will be a bit before i even uncrate the machines , i have to either clean out a section of shop for them , or put up another shed , either way i have to build benches ect to mount them , wheat harvest coming up ( if we have any ) , possibly some work as an equipment operator on a road contract or two , have to be back in oklahoma first part of next month to finish out a couple of projects that got started but not finished last time i was down there , hell i donno when ill get to em , but ill post when i get them up and going lol .
    Make sure you get full value out of today , Do something worthwhile, because what you do today will cost you one day off the rest of your life .
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    I wanted one then my machine shop buddy said they are not too accurate for precision work, but they still look like a hoot to play with.
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