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Recently picked up a pair of Fenn transfer punch presses. One was still tooled from the last job, so I wired up and tested it out. It was set-up to make 3/8" ferrules, spits out two per second. Built in Hartford Connecticut, I was wondering if anybody knew anything about them. Thanks!
 

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I have a book listed in another part of the forum on punches and dies from around WW2 if you are into the subject matter.
 

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Sounds interesting, so how much are you asking for it? You also mentioned trades, is there something you have in mind?
 

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Sounds interesting, so how much are you asking for it? You also mentioned trades, is there something you have in mind?
I paid $15 to rescue it from a used bookstore. Would like to at least get that back. But I do need a Machinery's Handbook. But i am ooen to other stuff like tooling or other machining books. I think the authors signature and the war supplement make it even cooler!
 
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Ivan, BTW, I am a graduate of WMU even though I am from Maryland. Go Broncos!
 
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