Re: [mill_drill] Enco 105-1132 Mill Drill
- Homier has been running a new mill drill on eBay for $530 plus freight and most of the listings on them have gone begging----- Original Message -----From: Paul E. ZobaSent: Sunday, February 26, 2006 10:47 PMSubject: RE: [mill_drill] Enco 105-1132 Mill DrillSorry, Mike, I wasn't clear. The used one was asking $600 with stand and some tooling. I passed on that one due to the condition. The new one from Enco (with the stand) is a little over a thousand and you are correct $899 through March for the Mill Drill without the stand. Sorry about the confusion - Paul
mikaelc <mikaelc@...> wrote:Enco currently has that mill on sale for $899 and brand new (http://www.use-enco.com/CGI/INSRIT?PARTPG=INLMKD&PMPXNO=953978&PMAKA=105-1132). If the one youre looking at has been exposed to the elements, especially near the ocean, then you might want to think REAL hard before getting into it especially for a price thats right there with a brand new one.Mike-----Original Message-----
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of pez
Sent: Sunday, February 26, 2006 9:25 AM
Subject: [mill_drill] Enco 105-1132 Mill DrillI am in the market for a Mill. I bought a small Sherline Lathe a
few months ago off of Craig's List and have really enjoyed learning
about metal cutting. I was considering the Sherline Mill but
decided for the same money, I would like more power and more
capacity (larger parts). I am not a model builder - I plan to use
it for some gunsmithing work. I have a free garage bay so I have
the space for it. I have an engineering degree (electrical) so I am
I saw a 25 year old one of these Enco's for sale locally (Seattle
area) but it had been stored in a car port and had weather exposure
and so was a mess... but I was impressed with the size and weight
and the nice feel on the table movements.
This mill is currently on sale for a little over a thousand. I
would love to hear from people who have one and can talk about the
quality and would also like to hear about other comparable machines
for comparable money...
Thank You - Paul
- --- In email@example.com, Monte Milanuk <monte@...> wrote:
>Here you go:
> Robert George wrote:
> > I wrote a 2-page article on how to tram the head on the
> > Mill/Drill about six months ago.
> If you wouldn't mind... could you find that post/thread? I've tried
> searching by 'Robert George tramming' and haven't found anything
> resembling a two page article... and I've searched back thru 2004.