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FS: Mill, Lathe, Air Compressor and Dryer, Phase Converter, Shear, and Finger Brake

All of this has been in my personal (non-commercial) shop for 3 - 8 years. Everything is powered up and running except the air compressor.

Kingston Mill (Model: KMT-5V)
CNC Lathes :: Kingston Machine Tools Manufacturing Inc.
-- 10"x50" table
-- Power quill
-- DRO
-- Power feeds on x, y, & knee (some need some work)
-- NT-40
-- One shot lubrication
-- Tooling available separately (Make you a great deal!)
-- Power = 5 HP
-- 220v 3 phase
-- $5,000





Sidney Lathe
-- 14"x60" (swing over ways is 16")
-- Power = 5 HP
-- Spindle RPM = 14 - 534 RPM
-- Cuts American threads (1 1/2" to 92 pitch)
-- Rebuilt in the early 80's (per previous owner).
-- Comes with 4 position quick change tool post, 10" three jaw chuck, and taper attachment
-- Other tooling available separately (Make you a great deal!)
-- 220v 3 phase
-- $2,500






Curtis Air Compressor (Model: 1071GH1SX-A3D, I think)
FS-Curtis 1071GH1SX-A3D CA10 10-HP 120-Gallon Two-Stage Air Compressor 230V 3-Phase
-- Best I can tell (from matching up all the part #'s), the above link is the air compressor I have or one very close to it.
-- Power = 10 HP
-- 120 gallon
CFM @ 175 PSI: 34.2
Max PSI: 175 PSI
Pump Material: Solid Cast Iron
Pump Type: Two-Stage
-- 220v 3 phase
-- $1,500
-- Note: Runs good, but not currently powered up.




Pneumatech Refrigerated Air Dryer (Model: AD-175)
http://www.pneumatech.com/Images/Pne..._Datasheet_tcm show contact info pdf
-- Check above link for specs.
-- 220v 1 phase
-- $1,250
-- Note: Runs good, but not currently powered up.




American Rotary Phase Converter (Model: AR15-S)
https://www.americanrotary.com/produ.../ar-pro-series
-- 15 HP
-- VERY little run time (less than 10 hours, I bet)
-- Comes with Breaker box, breakers, etc. (over $600 of misc wiring, plugs, etc)
-- $1,150



Electric Metal Shear
-- 54" Capacity
-- Have cut 1/8" aluminum with it.
-- 220v 1-phase
-- $2,000



Dayton Finger Brake (Model: 4YG33)
DAYTON Brake, Floor - Metal Forming Machines - 13W877|13W877 - Grainger Industrial Supply
-- Bending Length = 51"
-- Capacity = 12 gauge
-- Finger Width = 3", 4", 5", & 20"
-- Max box depth = 4"
-- $2,000


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My area code is (918).

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Michael

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Ok, I have a contract on my home. I am willing to sell the equipment at the following prices:

Mill: $3,800
Lathe: $1,800
Air Compressor: $1,000
Air Dryer: $750
Rotary Phase Converter: $1,000
Shear: $1,300
Brake: $1,250

These prices are not a new starting point for negotiations. They're my bottom price. Once this equipment is moved to a storage unit (within a couple weeks), I'll just keep them until I get another shop.

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The shear has sold.

In two or three more weeks, this stuff is all going into storage.

Have a good day!
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The finger brake has sold.

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