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    Hello everyone!

    I have recently come to the decision that I want to buy a slightly faster machine the my favored Tormach 1100.

    I have used the machine since new for the last six years. It has a full enclosure, upgraded coolant pump
    2 five inch vises. and the ATC.

    Everything works great and I still use it today.

    I have most everything in the works for the new machine but wanted to see if there was an interest as I cannot fit two
    in my garage...lol. I still have the 440 and the slant pro lathe. I am looking for somewhere in that 15K area but am open and negotiable
    to offers. Smart cool is going on the 440 so that dos not come with it.

    The 1100 has worked flawlessly in the past for me, I just need more speed now.

    Let me know if anyone might be interested. Picture is attached.

    -Adam

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    Default Re: Tormach machine possibly for sale?

    Where are you located? Would you sell any accessories or looking to sell just the whole machine?



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    Where are you located? Can you help load?

    Bob La Londe
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    Quote Originally Posted by brian257 View Post
    Where are you located? Would you sell any accessories or looking to sell just the whole machine?
    Pretty much everything that I used with the 1100 will go with it. Really, all you would need to get is the tool height setter(if that is what you wanted to use). I will include some of the TTS holders and a tension/compression tapping head. I thread mill everything now so I havent used it in quite some time.

    You would need some collets and a way of setting tool height and that is it. It is ready to go.

    I am in MN.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob La Londe View Post
    Where are you located? Can you help load?
    I am in MN.

    My plan is to have the new machine dropped and at the same time have the rigger here to help load the Tormach for the buyer.



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    Default Re: Tormach machine possibly for sale?

    Apparently I don't know how to post (see previous entry).
    Would you be able to post a video or more pictures (something unique)?
    I've been looking for a Tormach machine for awhile and have found a few scammers that talk about all the details of a machine but only want to focus on the money or they use other peoples photos. Not to say that you're a scammer, I've just learned to be extra cautious.

    Best Regards,
    -Josh



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    Quote Originally Posted by BGW_Machine View Post
    Apparently I don't know how to post (see previous entry).
    Would you be able to post a video or more pictures (something unique)?
    I've been looking for a Tormach machine for awhile and have found a few scammers that talk about all the details of a machine but only want to focus on the money or they use other peoples photos. Not to say that you're a scammer, I've just learned to be extra cautious.

    Best Regards,
    -Josh

    How about you ask for a specific photo and I can post it? If you are in MN you can certainly stop by and check it out........It is used daily so, no scamming here...lol



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    What machine are you upgrading to?
    Congratulations

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerkykid View Post
    How about you ask for a specific photo and I can post it? If you are in MN you can certainly stop by and check it out........It is used daily so, no scamming here...lol




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    Default Re: Tormach machine possibly for sale?

    Quote Originally Posted by CadRhino View Post
    What machine are you upgrading to?
    Congratulations
    Thank You!

    I decided on a Haas super mini mill 2. The Tormach has worked great for the time I have had it. Without it I could have never gotten
    the business to what it is. That being said, I dont need a large work envelope, I just want more speed on some of my parts and a bit more precision.

    All of my parts are small but some have .012 holes that take to long with the Tormach. With the Haas I have more options with air spindles and such.

    I just think it is a better fit for me now.



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    Cool. Great choice!
    I am considering that same mill. Does it have the 'umbrella' style ATC?
    Does it run off 220 volt or did you have to get a phase converter?
    Thanks!


    Quote Originally Posted by Jerkykid View Post
    Thank You!

    I decided on a Haas super mini mill 2. The Tormach has worked great for the time I have had it. Without it I could have never gotten
    the business to what it is. That being said, I dont need a large work envelope, I just want more speed on some of my parts and a bit more precision.

    All of my parts are small but some have .012 holes that take to long with the Tormach. With the Haas I have more options with air spindles and such.

    I just think it is a better fit for me now.




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    I upgraded to a Mini Mill from a Novakon Pulsar. I like the Pulsar, but
    I love that Haas.

    Lee


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