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Enco mill drill machine model # 551280

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casca92

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My workplace may declare this mill drill as surplus before their big move to mexico. I got the model number directly off of the name plate. I can't find any information any where that I have looked. it is not a bench model. It is used to rework some valve parts that come off the MAZAKs on the valve line. I checked maintenance record on computer it has had very few problems . records I found went back to 2002 both electrical and other physical maintenance.

could this model number be incorrect ? if so where else can I check ?
 

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A pic could help to narrow down the various options. Enco has an odd model number naming scheme.
 

casca92

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see what I can do my employer kinda frowns on photography in the shop. We make the hydraulic parts for those big yellow machines along the highway and in mines.
 

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You could always do a search on the net for mill drill and just post a pic of one that looks similar. Chances are real good it is a rf30 type clone mill, that's what I was getting when I did my search looking for it, but I am just winging a guess without knowing a basic time frame of when it was made or what it looks like.

Good luck
 

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That looks suspiciously like an RF-30/31 to me.
 
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