View Full Version : FOR SALE: Workshop Clearout (lathes, mill bandsaw etc)

15-07-2010, 06:19 PM
Hi All

Looking to move house and so everything has to go

I have the following for sale (+ more as I remember), all is for collection from Newport in South Wales, More info/pictures on request.

Taig 4 axis CNC Mill, comes with the following:
- Standard motor + ER16 spindle
- Kress 800 FME (1hp 10k - 20k rpm) spindle & mount
- 3 inch Tilt/swivel milling vice + 2" quick release vice
- CNC rotary table + chuck (140oz/in)
- 35+ end mills, fly cutter and other tooling
- full set of er16 collets
- 3x 320 oz/in stepper motors
- 4x MCP stepper controllers
- 2x MCP PSU's + breakout board
- Sieg Collant pump & resevoir & coolant (nozzles, tubing etc)
- Diamond drag engraver
- HP P4 pc with 19" flatscreen

Cost was well over 3k, am looking for 2000

Sieg C3 Mini Lathe with Sieg DRO's and Spindle speed readout
- 3 inch chuck
- 4 inch chuck
- er16 collet chuck
- Tail stock drill chuck
- dead centre
- live centre
- loads of tooling (cutters (HSS & carbide), knurler etcm indexable tooling, boring bars)
- tailstock
- QCTP + 3 holders
- Wood lathe set with tools, conversion stuff
- Pen making set including mandrel, blanks, fittings, pen kits etc
- All gears for screw-cutting

Cost over 700, looking for 350

Warco 918 lathe (missing rear splash guard)
- 4 inch chuck
- 5 inch chuck
- face plate
- Tail stock drill chuck
- some tooling
- Metal gears

looking for 375

Axminster MCB1155HD Swivel Head Metal Cutting Bandsaw
- good condition, still on 1st blade, mostly used for aluminium

looking for 190

Powercraft Air compressor + tools
- 2Hp compressor
- air saw
- air cutter
- air drill
- various paint sprayers
- air silicone sealent dispenser
- air sand blaster + aluminium oxide + 15KG of glass beads for blasting
- air regulator that also takes water out of the air and auto oils tools
- air dusters, tyre pumps etc
- few meteres of hose

looking for 100

Powder coating machine (needs an air compressor as above to use)
- Electric Powder coating machine
- foot pedal & dispenser
- 20KG blue gloss powder
- 20KG grey texture powder
- 0.5KG brown powder
- small toaster oven for curing

Powder boxes alone cost 100 each and the machine cost over 200 with extra bottles

looking for 230

Er32 Collet chuck x2 (MT3 & straight shaft) + plus full collet set (new)
- 2-20mm collet set (19pcs)
- 2 x collet chucks

looking for 70

Metal polishing machine
- 3 mops, 3 sets of polish hardly used, powerful 300+W motor

looking for 50

New Soba 4" swivel Milling vice 65

New 4" rotary table + chuck 80

I also have lots more such as welders, power tools, bench grinders, bench sanders, pillar drills, tools for measuring, centre drills, DTI's etc

Please PM me to discuss



15-07-2010, 10:13 PM
Some pics to get started:





16-07-2010, 12:11 AM
Ok, just been taking some photos:

Powder Coating machine (also has foot pedal)

Small Oven for Powder Curing

Axminster Metal Cutting Bandsaw


Some of the Air tools

Metal polisher

Some of the Bar stock that has to go

An Arc & a Mig welder to go, also have wire, rods, gloves, auto darkening helmet

Warco 918 Lathe

Wood router + table + 2 boxes of router bits (15+)

16-07-2010, 12:11 AM
Macallister Pillar drill

4" Milling Vice

4" Rotart Table

various Lathe Tooling

Sieg C3 Lathe

Taig 4 Axis CNC Mill

Stepper Motor drivers used on the Taig (4 of)

Same but also showing the PSU's

DTI's, incremental drills, drill & tap set (there is loads of stuff like this)

Pen Making stuff

16-07-2010, 12:12 AM
Overall view of the Sieg and Taig (coolant bath is also available)

Boxes of Powder coat

An idea of what I need to get rid of

And the other side

An example result of the grey texture powder coat, these are Nema 23 Motor Mounts that I was making on the mill

16-07-2010, 12:26 AM
you must be gutted...:sad:

How much do you want for the MIG & helmet (ignoring the minor issue of getting it here for now)

16-07-2010, 12:45 AM
Yeh im not looking forward to it one bit

It's a clarke gasless mig, id say 45 with the auto helmet, also comes with some magnet clamps and a box of mig wire, auto helmet never been used other than to go ooh & ahh for 5 mins while looking up at bright lights. The reason ive not offered shipping on the smaller items is that im working a lot latley and doing 12 hour days, i can never say for sure what days I am home and the added pressure of finding a post office, wrapping stuff up etc I could do without, eventhough I could put some on ebay then.

16-07-2010, 01:29 AM
That would break my heart having to sell all that :sad: have you thought about a caravan????

IMHO gasless mig is useless. not heard any good reports. but auto helmet and magnet clamps for 45 bargin. I know a poor workman blames his tools but I find low powered welders a nightmare, quality gas and a high power welder is a dream to use:dance:

16-07-2010, 01:47 AM
Ha i don't think the wife will go for the caravan idea :P

To be honest im not that experienced with welding eqpt, I wanted a Tig & a proper mig welder but could not afford them. I got on a lot better with the gasless mig than I did with the arc welder, started getting nice clean welds after a few days practicing but would not trust myself with anything load bearing or critical with it. Have never welded with gas tho.


16-07-2010, 08:15 AM
Interested in the compressor, can you tell me the spec of the compressor.

16-07-2010, 11:02 AM
Can buy the Seig C3 here for 390 new,sorry didn't see this until your post came up.


16-07-2010, 11:30 AM
Hi Gary

Here are the specs I found by searching on the model:

2.5HP, 270 lit/min, 24 litre capacity, dual air outlet



16-07-2010, 11:33 AM
Can buy the Seig C3 here for 390 new,sorry didn't see this until your post came up.


Hi, it's 460 on arc euro with the DRO's fitted the same as mine, add onto that the QCTP, wood lathe kit, thread dial indicator, carriage stop, drill chucks, Tailstock die holder, carbide, HSS & indexable tooling then it seriously starts to add up.

not to mention all the other little things



19-07-2010, 12:44 AM

Are you checking your PM inbox?

Sent you three PM's and you still have not replied.

19-07-2010, 01:18 AM

I am on 24hr call and had very little break from it so I do apolagise.

I will go through my PM's now



20-01-2011, 09:35 AM
Hello DJH.
I wonder if you have sold all equipment or you still have powder coating gear for sale.
If it still is waiting for the right person i am interested, provided the shipping to Denmark can be done for a reasonable price.
Please respond.
With regards

21-01-2011, 11:46 PM
Got any ER20 collets for sale?


06-02-2014, 04:32 PM
I would like to buy your Axminster MCB1155HD and agree to your price of 190.

I guarantee that I will honor this committment and ask you to either email me <gareth@ambalog.com> or telephone 01233 713881

I suppose you are in Newport. I grew up in Cardiff but now live in Kent. I could drive and collect myself if necessary, but it's a 400 mile round trip and my car does 25 miles to the gallon so I will also check the cost of a courier collection (at my expense, naturally).

Hope it's not gone already!

Regards, looking forward to hearing from you,


06-02-2014, 05:17 PM
Hi again,

Further to my earlier communication, I am also interested in your compressor and perhaps welder. These are not firm guaranteed commitments like my offer for your bandsaw.

BTW, how does payment work on this site? I can send cash up front but you will appreciate that is very risky for the buyer. I got stung on eBay once for 700 by paying direct to a bank account. I never saw my laptop or my 700 again. On eBay I now ONLY use PayPal. How does it work here?

Regards, Gareth.

14-02-2014, 12:21 AM
I recon the guys moved house by now the thread started almost 4 years ago!!!

14-02-2014, 12:29 PM
Perhaps he's moving again and is having another clearout! :nevreness:

14-02-2014, 03:16 PM
Hi, JoeHarris,

Guess so. Silly of me really. Anyway, I've decided on one from Axminster. Thanks for pointing this out. I'm kinda new around here :-)


19-02-2014, 05:51 PM
Sorry Gareth, little mean of me really! I just felt bad for you! The stuff Ive had from Axminster has been OK in the past btw...