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Auction haul not a steal but a good deal

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seanb

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Won some stuff in an industrial auction
3 jaw indexer, tail stock, round table, baldor tool bit grinder, 14 albrecht drill chucks 3/8 max size $560 with buyer premium

Not sure what the round table is used for. I thought it was a rotary table at first

Anyone want to buy some 3/8 albrecht drill chucks? They come with a mt 2 arbor

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I think you got a good deal. The Albrechts will clean up nice and are very good.
I am not sure if the Baldor is the carbide model, I think its 500 or 501 or something. If it is, I have an article about cleaning it up, because I have an old model from about 1955 or so (I think I have photos on here somewhere).
 

seanb

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To anyone who wants one the Albrechts are $40 plus shipping

They are model 100 0-3/8 max size.

I can clean them up and put in new bearing or if u like working on them u can have one of the rusty ones. The picture where they are numbered shows what they look like cleaned up
 
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seanb

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Ha Ha

Mark my shop is cluttered like most people's

I was using that box to store a metal paint mixer

So it wouldn't drip paint all over

Does anyone know how I would use the round table
There are holes around the edge to put a bar in to spin it but no hand crank
 

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It had 4 tabs to bolt down to a table

I could use it as a rotary table
 

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Hi Sean, haven’t received the chuck yet, can you PM me the tracking number, so,I can find it in the system?

Thanks
Glenn
 

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Hi Sean, haven’t received the chuck yet, can you PM me the tracking number, so,I can find it in the system?

Thanks
Glenn
I think I saw them listed in eBay for $40 + shipping $9.50 can't blame him I'd sell extras too. I'd buy one but ah no money.
 
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