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James Broadhouse02/12/2018 23:31:00
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Hello everyone, I'm pretty new to all of this and only here because I need some advice about machines I have inherited.

Churchill cub lathe
Centec 2b milling machine
Unknown Russian milling machine

I look forward to hearing from people soon.

Kind regards

David George 103/12/2018 07:56:55
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Hi James welcome to the forum. If you need help with your newly acquired machinery just ask and put pictures in to an album (top of web page here) so that you can show what you need . Also it is worth looking on web site.


not done it yet03/12/2018 09:48:42
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Working with, or sale of?

James Broadhouse03/12/2018 15:02:58
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With the sale of really...
There are loads of accessories and I'm not sure which pieces go with which machine
James Broadhouse04/12/2018 07:35:22
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I've uploaded all the photographs I have of all 3 machines.
not done it yet05/12/2018 10:30:28
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It might be beneficial to advertise your machines in the classified on this forum. Could offer them at 13.5% less than epay (10% commission and 3.5% to paypal) and still get the same return.

Also a pic of the rotary table, included with the 2B, would be good. I can see its tailstock. Dividing plates with the rotary table would yet be another useful ‘extra’. Also does it have the overarm support for the horizontal arbor and also is the arbor with it? I did not see these items in the pics.

An added selling point is the riser block ( between mill column and vertical head - they are a useful addition.

With all the extras, the 2B looks like it may be a good deal for someone at that sort of price.

Micky T06/12/2018 12:02:13
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Hi James i have sent you a PM. if you look to the top of the page there will be an envelope flashing called inbox


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