Sheet Metal Machines for fabrication

Tinsmith

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I have a few machines that need a new home. Used in my business and most recently for making tanks, tool boxes, guards. I have a 4' box and pan brake, 3' slip roller, 30" foot operated shear, and a circle cutter. All in working order, with the surface rust included at no charge. No pitting on these machines, just not being used and someone should be using them
 

Tinsmith

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May 15, 2009
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Ha! '58 I can trow in one of those infamous blue tarps and a couple of poles. That's called adding on around these parts. Hopefully someone can use them. I have lots of other small benchtop machines, forming stakes, etc. I figure I can get by with them for anything needed. Most folks wouldn't know how to use them. They are the basic , early tinsmith machines that take some time become proficient .
Take Care,
Dan
 
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Russell

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I have a few machines that need a new home. Used in my business and most recently for making tanks, tool boxes, guards. I have a 4' box and pan brake, 3' slip roller, 30" foot operated shear, and a circle cutter. All in working order, with the surface rust included at no charge. No pitting on these machines, just not being used and someone should be using them
A neighbor offered me a PEXTO 36" foot shear for $300. I would have loved to have it but just not enough room for it in my basement shop. Great to hear from you hope all is well! Jim E.