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Old 06-22-2011, 03:06 PM
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Awesome, thanks again all and keep em coming.

I keep reading on b4 answering questions, my bad. But here are its specs;
Speeds (RPM): 430, 800, 1050, 1500, 2000
Longitudinal stroke: 16"
Lateral stroke: 5-1/4"
Spindle bore: 7/8"
Drill chuck taper: B18
Drilling capacity: 5/8"
Max. spindle stroke: 3-1/4"
Dimensions: 35-5/8" x 23-1/4" x 31-5/8"
Shipping Weight: 462.84 lbs.

Main Technical Date
Max. swing dia. over bed 360mm
Max. dia. of turning (middle cabon steel) 40mm
Max. distance between centers 330mm
Max. longitudinal stroke 210mm
Max. transverse stroke 145mm
Morse taper of spindle hole No. 3
Bore dia of spindle 20mm
Morse taper of tailstock hole No. 2
Spindle speeds 500, 900, 1600r/min
Turning motor 370W
Max. drilling dia. 16mm
Morse taper of milling spindle hole No. 2
Max. dia. of end mill 12mm
Max. dia. of facer 63mm
Max. stroke of milling quill 75mm
Spindle speeds 5 steps 430~2000r/
4 steps 430~1500r/min(110v)
Milling motor 250~370w
Area of bench (lxW) 155mm x 200mm
Turn - round of drilling - milling box +/- 90

LOL, just caught that it is 463 pounds!

My shop is, well was Carol's garage. Don't think a car has seen the inside of it for a year. Started out with "But I ride that bike every day and it needs to be in there" then a small work bench. Then a larger work bench, now 3 walls, a welding table engines, bikes and tools.

Man I love MBs. Always some thing to learn, do or try.
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