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I Now Own A K&t Model Hh

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Jason Annen

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Well, I committed to buy it. Small machine for a horizontal mill, but it has power feed and rapid on all 3 axis. Built during the war, 50 taper. Ran it, no issues. Has 2 arbor supports plus the vertical support too. Needs a good cleaning.

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Bob Korves

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Nice machine, Jason. Those mills can make a mountain of chips with little effort.
 

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Look like you got two overarm supports and a knee support, which is very hard to find.
Nice find!!!

Get a vertical head by chance?
 

Jason Annen

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No vertical head, I looked. He also has a model K for sale, only 1 arbor support. If anyone is interested, you could get for around a $1000, located in Kokomo, IN.

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Looks very much like one I helped jpfabricator load out of a friend's shop. I had run it a time or two, and it had the vertical head. Don't remember it having the over-arm support though.
 
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