EmcoTurn 120/120P

  1. Hood

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    Anyone have one of these lathes?
     
  2. Hood

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    Anyone know anyone who has one?
     
  3. ibrooks Member

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    I've got a dinky little Emco of some variety on a shelf in the garage but no idea of the model number. What size is the one you're asking about? any pictures?

    Come to think of it a mate has a similar Emco to mine that he used to make bushes and shims for his mountain bikes (he did nearly as many miles on his bike last year as my daily driver did).
     
  4. Hood

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    I think it will be a bit bigger than the one you have, image grabbed off google of a 120.


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  5. pressbrake1

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    Have you bought one mr hood?
     
  6. Hood

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    No, just have manuals.
     
  7. pressbrake1

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    Perhaps tony at lathes.co.uk will take them for free then he could sell photocopies for £80 a time
     
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  8. Hood

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    Aye, I think I will just hang on to them :D
     
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  9. ibrooks Member

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    Yep - Mine would sit on that fold out shelf.
     
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