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Old 09-13-2011, 03:40 AM
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Default Hi-Torque CNC Mill for making parts

For all you who want to build your own parts or better parts, a CNC machine is golden. I just bought this machine package this summer in the hopes that I could start making my own parts but financial conditions have not been good for me so I must sell the whole package. If you are interested the kit is as follows:

Little Machine Shop Hi-Torque Mini Mill & Tooling Package including:
LMS Hi-Torque Mini Mill
3" Precision Milling, Heavy Vise
Vise Mounting Kit
7/16' T-slot Clamping Kit
T-slot Cleaner
20 Piece End Mill kit (2 & 4 Flute)
10 Piece Parallel Set (6")
7 Piece R8 Collet Set (1/8,3/16,1/4,3/8,1/2,5/8,3/4)
5 Piece Center Drill Set
1-2-3-Blocks
Edge & Center Finder

Probotix 4 Axis Green Monster CNC Stepper Motor Driver Kit including:
4 Probo Step VX Uni-Polar Stepper Motor Drivers
4 HT23-400-8 400ozin Stepper Motors
PBX-RF RF Isolated CNC Breakout Board
40VDC 10Amp Linear Power Supply
6ft. DB25 Male-to-Male Cable
4x 4" IDC Cable 10-pin
CNC Fusion Drive Kit including:
Mini Mill Kit #2
Little Machine Shop X2 Upgrade
# Pre-Loaded Ballnuts

4 3-Jaw Lathe Chuck w/Adapter
3x Heavy Duty Limit Switches w/Lever
EMC2 CNC Control Software
All parts are Brand New and together this package costs over $2560.00. I am selling the entire system for $2000.00. At this price you get over 500 dollars worth of electronics free. E-mail me @ [email protected] if you are interested or have any further questions, Thank You.
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Old 09-13-2011, 08:57 AM
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Nice outfit

It hurts to sell something like this before you really use it, I know!! many years ago I bought a large milling machine to make 90 degree rotating retract landing gear, I figured I could make good money at it, and then make other types as well.

Only one I made was a proof of concept prototype. I sold the mill 3 years ago, did make some real cool motor mounts for my racing boats though, I think they worked out to cost me about $200.00 each, the factory made units were about $15.00.
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Old 09-13-2011, 10:52 PM
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That mill looks like mine, a Microkinetics Benchtop. Good little machine, I've had it 5 years. Used it in my custom knife business, but have made some airplane parts too.

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Old 09-29-2011, 10:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Wildflyer View Post
Nice outfit

It hurts to sell something like this before you really use it, I know!! many years ago I bought a large milling machine to make 90 degree rotating retract landing gear, I figured I could make good money at it, and then make other types as well.

Only one I made was a proof of concept prototype. I sold the mill 3 years ago, did make some real cool motor mounts for my racing boats though, I think they worked out to cost me about $200.00 each, the factory made units were about $15.00.
AHAHAHAHA! I know exactly what you mean! It doesn't matter how you nest it or cut it.... but the dang materials are EXPENSIVE!~ We're sitting around waiting to get it from China.

This is a very good price for the mill.... there's a lot of extra stuff thrown in there free.
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Old 09-30-2011, 02:37 AM
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Originally Posted by Wildflyer View Post
Nice outfit

It hurts to sell something like this before you really use it, I know!!
LOL
About 10 years ago wife and I bought a used motorhome. After using it for five years, and getting rid of it, figured it cost $215 for every night we used it, what with gas, repairs, new $$$$ gas refridge, and everything else. Now it would take $175 to fill the gas tank on that thing, and it only got about 6 MPG.
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Yeah, RVs are money pits. Just know that before you buy one and the shock won't be as bad!
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