Myford Super 7 lathe 3.5" x 19" gap-bed, backgeared, screwcutting and mounted on the maker's stand with the deep chip tray and levelling blocks. The lathe is in excellent condition, it was a gift from father to son for getting his degree. I bought it from the son, now aged 65.
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Bergeon Model 50 Watchmaker's 8mm Lathe
SOUTH BEND "Heavy Ten" Toolroom lathe.
4.5-inch centre height. This is the heavily-built big brother of the South Bend 9-inch (that Boxford copied and never equaled). It is the desirable model with under-slung motor and two speed countershaft housed in the stand and the 1” collet capacity mandrel which will allow for 1 3/8” material to pass through. This machine dates from WW2. I have owned and regularly used this machine for over 40 years and am very attached to it but was seduced by a gorgeous Colchester Student . . . lathe . . .
Vintage Selig.Sonnenthal back geared screw cutting lathe dating from 1880-1910. Around 4" x 30" with a large-capacity gap bed the lathe is on its original stand with flywheel drive -though a neat conversion having been made to electric drive. A magnificent and much-loved machine coveted by two generations of my family. Excellent condition with numerous additional changewhels and cutting tools. More information or photos on request.
Myford Super 7BPXF 3.5" x 19" backgeared with screwcutting gearbox and power cross feed. Mounted on a cabinet stand with large chip tray and the maker's levelling blocks. This lathe was owned from new by my uncle (the second of two he had). I bought it from his family after his death some years ago but since I have other lathes to play with the Myford gets very little use nowadays. I have therefore decided to pass it on to someone who will get more pleasure from it. It was my uncle's pride and joy and, as such, it has always been very well maintained and remains in excellent condition.
Sedgwick Planer Thicknesser type 255
For Sale: Colchester Bantam 2000 machine Mk. 2 Serial No. 3/0015/02157A an all-metric machine 280 mm swing, 750 mm between centres, hardened bed, 16 Speeds from 40 to 2000 rpm, 2-speed 3-Phase motor. 3 Morse taper in the tailstock in tailstock. In very good condition, everything works as it should with NO wear evident at all. Very well equipped as follows: Full taper-turning kit including cross-slide lead screw and nut and also the cross-slide leadscrew and nut for normal use in metric (the handle fitted imperial- I couldn't find metric handle at the time.
A top-of-the-range Mystro that is comprehensively equipped and with speeds from 175 to 24000 r.p.m.
3/4 hp 1 phase motor with emergency stop /start button and reversing switch
2 Morse taper headstock spindle
40 " long bed with 10 " bowl turning over bed
head stock swings 90 degrees to a separate bowl turning attachment with its own
pull out banjo and tool rest turn up to 20" bowls and vases
come with 4 tool rests
24 division indexing plate
Jacob's chuck and key
- 3-PHASE REWOUND MOTOR, UNUSED SINCE REWIND.
- DIGITAL READOUT SYSTEM BY ACURITE
- SOME COLLETS & R8 SPINDLE ADAPTORS
- GOOD SOUND MACHINE IN WORKING ORDER
- PRICE LISTED IS PLUS VAT (Price now reduced to £2250)
- Details of Bridgeport milling machines here
Two interesting antique machines for sale:
8 mm Lorch watchmaker's lathe in two Lorch boxes. Very well equipped including: standard headstock and a second headstock of the super-precision type with a fixed faceplate; two beds; two height-adjustable pedestal feet and a bed support ( Lorch catalogue Nr.
Toyo ML 210 Miniature Lathe 2" x 8" complete with the maker's vertical 6-speed milling and drilling head. Little used from new and complete with all the essential extras: fine-feed carriage attachment, dividing attachment, swivelling vertical milling slide, collet chuck and one collet, fixed steady and a tailstock chuck. 1-phase electrics with 6 spindle speeds from 240 to 25000 r.p.m. £550 Phone: 01462-790646 Details of Toyo lathes and milling attachments here
Tom Senior M1 milling machine Serial: 2192. A very well specified example complete with a 3-axis DRO, digital calipers and the highly-desirable, self-contained, motorised S-Type swivelling vertical head with No.2 Morse spindle and fine and rapid-action quill feeds. Table 31" x 6.5" with the later oil-bath power-drive mechanism. In addition to direct V-belt drive of the horizontal spindle, the M1 has internal backgearing to give a range of especially slow and powerful speeds for slab milling, etc.
For Sale: "Emco 5" vertical milling machine. In perfect, almost unused order. Single phase and fitted with the fine down-feed attachment as well as the standard quick-action drilling. Spindle speeds: 380, 700, 1600 r.p.m. Spindle nose threaded M14 x 1. A very handy, high-quality miller (made in Austria) with generous table travels. This unit also fits the Emco Compact 5 and Compact 8 lathes as a milling attachment.
TAIG CNC fitted milling machine. Table 18" x 3.5" with an 8" cutting height. The enclosure is 41" x 24" by 29" high.
I bought this miller as an ex-demo machine from Quantum CNC and it has had little use.
For Sale: Myford Super 7 Lathe Serial No. SK112334D (circa 1972). Mounted on the maker's cabinet stand with a deep chip tray and levelling blocks. In excellent original condition, the maker's paint finish still being in good order. Complete with: super precision, adjustable Burnerd "Grip-Tru" 3-jaw chuck with both sets of jaws and key; the correct half-depth body, internally threaded 6-inch 4-jaw chuck with key; Dickson quick-set toolpost with four holders and the correct spanner; thread-dial indicator, graduated handle to the leadscrew end; rear toolpost and a tailstock chuck.
Aciera F3 This is a later machine with the square-shape vertical head and also the extremely versatile (and essential) swivelling and tilting table. I have owned this machine for the past ten years and, during that time, it has always been kept in my heated workshop. The machine came to me with the original Brown Boveri two-speed 3-phase motor but, since I had no 3-ph supply at that time, I have always used it paired with a programmable Hitachi J100 inverter.
Myford super7 serial number SK164815 (1988-91). Imperial machine with gearbox and power crossfeed,on Myford cabinet stand in green livery.Crompton-Parkinson 550W single phase motor and reversing switch. Very light use.
3 jaw chuck,4 jaw chuck, additional 4 jaw, 2 faceplates, catch plate
4 way toolpost
Thread dial indicator
Precision keyless tailstock chuck
Adjustable cross-slide stops
Fixed and travelling steadies
Vertical swivelling slide - latest two-bolt-per-axis type
Boxford Industrial Lathe 11-20 on the maker’s cabinet stand with full-length splash back and light unit. 3-phase, 400-volt electrics with dual voltage motor giving forward /reverse with six spindle speeds. Well specified and equipped: foot-operated stop safety switch, three guard safety switches and an interlocked chuck guard. Large spindle bore with Cam Lock D1-3 nose fitting. Metric Dials, 3-Morse taper in tailstock. Full threading and traverse, fully enclosed lead screw. Coolant pump & feeder pipe. Set of Change wheels.
Wanted: Myford Super 7B "Big Bore" with 1-inch through the spindle and mounted on the maker's cabinet stand. A late-model machine in immaculate, little-used condition preferred. I'm ready to pay well anywhere in Europe for a good example. Phone: 0047-90085761 or email: email@example.com
For sale is this ex-education Harrison M250 centre lathe.
280 mm - 11-inch swing
750 mm (30-inches between centres)
This is a 3-phase 415V machine with standard 16-amp 3-phase red plug.
Optional rubber feet included. Also includes emergency foot stop and lockable cabinet.
This lathe was originally purchased new in 1990 and has only had very rare use.Most original tools that came with the machine are still included and most of them unused.
The lathe comes complete with the accessories listed below:
For Sale: a wonderful Ames “Triplex” Universal Machine Tool. Built in the United States by the Ames Company - well known for their high-precision machine tools - the “Triplex” can be used as milling machine, co-ordinate drill, horizontal borer and lathe. Very expensive when new - the price of a Chevy Roadster or three South Bend lathes - this example was originally owned by the British Tabulating Company (BTM) - makers of the mechanical “Bombes” used in the Colossus computer at Bletchley Park during WW2.
I'm after a copy of Andrew Smiths book "Cowells 90 lathe".
Condition is unimportant as long as it is legible.
For Sale: Myford ML7 3.5" x 20" gap-bed, backgeared and screwcutting lathe in fantastic condition.
A very little used, late-model example with all the essential bed grinding marks intact. Mounted on a recent maker's stand with deep chip tray and levelling blocks. 3-jaw chuck, tailstock chuck faceplate, catchplate, spare new chuck backplate, set of screwcutting changewheels, oil gun, etc. 1-phase motor with no-volt safety-release push-button switch.
Raglan 5 Inch. 5” x 24” backgeared, with screwcutting gearbox, power cross feed and mounted on the maker's stand with a full-length splashback.
Myford Super 7 3.5” x 19” gap-bed, backgeared and screwcutting. In good condition with a fairly new Brook-Compton motor and very well equipped: lever-operated tailstock; five toolposts: 2.5” Dixon quick-set with 13 tool holders; original 4-way; a “Gibraltar” type fixed tool post (replaces compound slide, making big cuts possible); the original rocker tool post. A few tools including 95° and 60° insert tools. Rear parting tool with blade. HBM 100 mm 3-jaw chuck, HBM 150 mm independent 4 jaw chuck, both new 5 years ago (and lathe in storage 3 years since then), little used.
26" x 6.25" table. Machine in fine working order and complete with vertical milling head and horizontal arbour with overhead arm. 6 direct and 6 back gears provide a range of speeds from 50 to 1660 RPM.The machine has just a little cosmetic 'wear and tear' to paintwork but the table is in excellent condition with no gouges or chips. All slideways are very smooth and free from slack. The power drive feeds the X traverse with options of slow/medium/fast traverse.The vertical head rotates through 360 degrees.
SOLD Tom Senior M1 Vertical / Horizontal Milling Machine with a power-feed table 26" x 6.25" and in full working order. The example is the most versatile version of the M1 and fitted - on the maker's special bracket - with the superb "S-Type" vertical head with an independent motor and a No. 2 Morse taper spindle with both fine feed by worm-and-wheel gearing and a quick-action drilling feed by rack-and-pinion.
Myford ML7B lathe 3.5” x 20 gap-bed, backgeared with screwcutting gearbox and mounted on the maker’s cabinet stand with chip tray and levelling blocks. A late-model example (with a fully-machined saddle top) this ML7 is in superb, little-used and original condition.
Portass backgeared lathe around 3” x10” with backgear and mounted on a cast-iron treadle stand. This early example of the classic Portass lathe has never been motorised and consequently is in remarkable good, original condition. As this was in the very long-term ownership of my father I’d like it to go to a good home. £150 or offers.
Holbrook lathe Model Types H13, H15, H17, H20 or the "Marquis". Absolutely anything considered, anywhere. Also sought: Holbrook accessories and literature, etc.
Centec 2A vertical and horizontal miller mounted on the larger of the two maker's full cabinet stands. Complete with the swivelling Mk. 3 vertical head with a No. 2 Morse taper quill and both fine and quick-action quill feeds (both along the spindle axis allowing great versatility in setting). Complete with all the horizontal equipment: overarm, drop bracket and two arbors--one full length the other a stub type. The table has both fine-feed screw and quick-action lever feeds (the latter a later type with a quick-release fitting).
Boxford STS 10.20 Industrial geared-head lathe 5" x 20" with hardened bed. Mounted on the maker's cabinet stand with a full-length splash back and locking storage cupboard this lathe is in a metric specification and driven by a high-quality Seimens inverter giving variable-speed drive from a single-phase supply. Power sliding and sutfacing feeds and a fully enclosed safety leadscrew. Spindle has a D1-3 CamLock fitting and a 35 mm bore and has its spindle nose adaptor intact.
For Sale: Tom Senior E-Type vertical milling machine table 6.5" x 28". This beautifully made and compact milling machine is equipped with a 3-axis DRO and a Newton-Tesla variable-speed drive controller. The "S-Type" head can be swivelled and has both fine and quick-action feeds to the No.2 Morse taper quill. Equipped with a collet chuck and collet set, table clamping set, machine vice, light unit and some other fittings. Buyer to arrange collection but can be loaded onto suitable transport. Contact Malcolm on for further details. Located in Oxfordshire and can be viewed by appointment.
Granville Senior Lathe 4" x 20" gap-bed, backgeared and screwcutting. The lathe is in excellent working order - it was bought by my late father over 25 years ago - and has been used to make a number of model steam engines. However, at some point prior to his ownership the headstock bearing cap was welded--but this has had no effect at all on the accuracy. The lathe is mounted on a good metal stand with cupboards and has a built-on all V-belt drive countershaft, 1-phase motor, guarded changewheels and a headstock belt cover.
Myford Speed 10 lathe 3.25 x 18" backgeared and screwcutting mounted on the maker's stand and in immaculate, little-used condition This is the top-of-the-range, metric-specification ML10 with a roller-bearing headstock, 12 spindle speeds from 48 to 2000 r.p.m. and the late-type built-on countershaft unit However, this example is fitted with a Newton-Tesla variable-speed 1-phase to 3-phase drive unit and motor that gives variable-speed drive between and beyond these nominal limits.
The UWG 2 is both larger and more substantial than its predecessor, the UWG1, with a 4 inch / 100 mm diameter column. The machine consists of: baseplate and column fitted with a compound slide rest with screw-operated cross and vertical feeds plus the option of lever-operated vertical feed by the use of a clutch. The column can be swivelled in its socket against a graduated scale.
Warco GH 1322 Lathe mounted on the maker's cabinet stand with slide-out chip tray and a full-length splash back. 1-phase electrics, metric graduations and an excellent specification including: screwcutting and feeds gearbox, a fully guarded leadscrew power sliding and surfacing feeds, spindle control by a third lever from a handle on the carriage, foot brake and micrometer dials on the tailstock and carriage handwheels. The lathe is in full working order having had only very light use only since new 5 years ago.
Portmac Vertical Milling Machine. Table 15" x 4" with 8 inches of longitudinal travel and 5 inches across. Milling head has 8 inches of coarse vertical travel and 1/1/2 inches of travel in fine feed. With the single phase motor fitted plus push button starter there are 3 spindle speeds available: 375, 750 and 1600 rpm. Provided with one ½ inch collet that fits into the spindle nose. A compact, strong and useful small milling machine.
Boxford 4 1/2" x 24" AUD Mk. 2 lathe metric-specification with screwcutting gearbox, power sliding and surfacing feeds, single lever engagement of backgear, spindle lock and mounted on the maker's underdrive stand with a splash-back and levelling feet. An ex-school machine with chuck guard and emergency foot stop switch. Very well equipped with: six chucks comprising a 4.5-inch self-centring 6-jaw, 5-inch Elliott 3-jaw, Pratt 4-inch 3-jaw, 4-inch TOS independent 4-jaw, 6-inch independent 4-jaw and a Morse taper No. 3 ER40 collet chuck (less collets).
Myford Super 7 lathe 3.5" x 19" gap-bed, backgeared and screwcutting. The ML7R is the Super 7 but less the clutch and fitted with ML7 cross and top slide units.
A Swedish-built 6" x 32" Luna SP800 Wood-turning lathe mounted on the maker's stand. 1-phase electrics. Little used and in perfect working order. This lathe offers a lot of capacity on a compact footprint.
Professional quality Startrite Model 14-S-5 bandsaw. 14-inch throat, 19-inch square table, 10 inches maximum beneath the guides and 5 speeds. 1-phase electrics with push-button starter and isolation box. In perfect, lightly-used order.