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Grizzly g0704 in north TX

Discussion in 'GRIZZLY INDUSTRIAL INC.' started by Txjim, May 9, 2013.

  1. Txjim

    Txjim Swarf Registered Member

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    I was wondering if anyone had a grizzly g0704 in North Texas Denton or Lewisville area that I would be able to look at. I will need to turn the head on an angle and use a five c Collet Holder to machine a part but I don't know if there is enough travel on the table. Thanks
     
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    hey-bear United States Active Member Active Member

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    cnewb United States Iron Registered Member

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    hey-bear United States Active Member Active Member

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    I no longer have a G0704. I now have a Bridgeport Clone with a 10 x50 table. Big Difference!

     

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