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    sheet metal and welding equipment

    I am moving to a much smaller shop and need to liquidate a lot of equipment. Later on I will be listing materials, shelving, and odds and ends but for now this partial list. Anything you are interested in I can provide pics. I have a fork truck for loading the large stuff.

    Di-acro 8' X 35 ton hydromechanical press brake with Dynabend back gauge. $2800 SOLD
    48" Wysong 17 gauge pneumatic shear. $1400
    7 x 12 Jet horizontal band saw with cooling. $600
    4 x 9 Tradesman horizontal band saw. $175
    Racine power hacksaw w/pneumatic clamp. $450
    Porta spot welder. $175
    Miller spot welder with stand. $275 2 available
    Miller Econotig w/pedal. $900 This machine has probably less than 10 hours use SOLD
    225 Lincoln. $150 SOLD
    Miller Thunderbolt. $150
    Greenlee conduit bender with power unit. $600 SOLD
    hand jack pipe bender. $50
    Heavy duty rod bender on stand. $175
    Little Blacksmith corner notcher 5 3/16 capacity. $350
    20---12" Unipunch frames with cabinet and many dies and 5' mounting plate. $750 SOLD

    All of this stuff is guaranteed to be in working useable condition. Saws will come with blades but their condition will vary and some will need to be replaced. Dynabend was in operating condition when I bought machine but I never hooked it up and only used back gauge manually. Can't really guarantee that part of press but everything else on press is good. Greenlee has several dies (shoes) and hydraulic power unit is very strong (probably way too strong) and works well. Thanks

    Rock
    Last edited by rock; 08-15-2018 at 07:19 AM.
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    Is the 225 Lincoln the arc or mig model?

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    It was arc. I forgot I had this posted and apologize for not having the sold items marked.

    Rock
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    Gotcha no worries. I didn’t notice how old the thread was.

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