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  1. #796
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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterSpoon View Post
    Guessing this is the one you're talking about
    http://www.graysonline.com/sale/7017...ville?spr=true
    Thanks for posting this guys. I missed out on the little Chin Hung lathe but scored more than enough steel mesh for the stair treads up to the mezzanine.

    Cheers

    The Berly Bloke
    Equipment er.... Projects I own

    Lathes - Sherline 4410 CNC
    Mills - Deckel FP2LB, Hardinge TM-UM, Sherline 2000 CNC.

  2. #797
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    Quote Originally Posted by Theberylbloke View Post
    Thanks for posting this guys. I missed out on the little Chin Hung lathe but scored more than enough steel mesh for the stair treads up to the mezzanine.

    Cheers

    The Berly Bloke
    hat did the Chin Hung sell for? I missed the auction ending.
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    Light red, the colour of choice for the discerning man.

  3. #798
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    Hi RC,

    Went relatively cheaply at $1909 plus 7.5% fee plus 10% GST which I make to be $2257. Nice little unit with gap bed and taper turning attachment. I understand you have had a Chin Hung for some time, what do you think of it?

    Cheers

    The Beryl Bloke
    Equipment er.... Projects I own

    Lathes - Sherline 4410 CNC
    Mills - Deckel FP2LB, Hardinge TM-UM, Sherline 2000 CNC.

  4. #799
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    My Chin Hung I really like it, it is a superb lathe for a Taiwanese machine. But if I knew what I knew now I would not have bought it. Reason being in the last five or six years it seems there has been a huge sell off as many many shops in Australia have gone under. Prior to that decent second hand lathes were few and far between. But the market has been saturated of late leading to stupidly low prices.
    Light red, the colour of choice for the discerning man.

  5. #800
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    anyone seen this Ohtori Mill, Looks like a very stout and chubby machine. I actually kind of like it, anyone run one before?

    http://www.graysonline.com/lot/0702-...illing-machine

  6. #801
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    Collectables & Tools Auction, Lockhart, NSW

    https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/lavi...ust/1156376380
    To grow old is mandatory, growing up is optional.

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