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What brand is this surface grinder?

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For sale locally. I would like to research it but I don't recognize it. Any help appreciated. IMG_2427.JPG
 

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It looks very similar to a Dronsfield Eagle. See www.lathes.uk
 

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It looks very similar to a Dronsfield Eagle. See www.lathes.uk
Yes I had a look there and it is similar, but the base is a bit different. Can't get a reply from the seller. :confused:

Thanks for the reply
 

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Thanks Richard. I assume that if you had one it must have been half decent. Noy much info on these on the web.
 

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It was small and real handy and ground OK...nothing super precision and no coolant on ours. Just used to to grind small stuff for clean up before we scraped it. The 3 phase spindle had a lot of power.
 

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Any idea what it might weigh? Is it going into my honda? :D
 

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600 to 800 pounds I would think. I have a book some place....can look for it tomorrow.
 
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