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    Fully enclosed Denford Triac PC for sale, converted to Mach3 and setup ready to work.

    Supplied with computer, keyboard, mouse and all leads.

    Spindle is 30 int and has an easy change holder fitted.

    2200 ono.

    Can be palletised or delivered at cost, or collected from CF11.
    Last edited by Lee Roberts; 31-07-2012 at 09:53 PM.

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    A bargain, Better than the Boxford VMC by a long way in my opinion. Look at the way they have covered the Stepper, makes flood coolant a little less scarey, 30 int taper just to name two reasons, i wish i could afford it ....
    Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other - Abe Lincoln

  3. I'm tempted but just outside my budget.... and possibly the space available too...

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    what's your budget ?

  5. around 1500 I guess... but I'd need to shift the MD30 as well to make space...

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    Quote Originally Posted by irving2008 View Post
    around 1500 I guess... but I'd need to shift the MD30 as well to make space...
    A bit low on that one, i could remove the mach conversion and get to 1900

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricardoco View Post
    A bargain, Better than the Boxford VMC by a long way in my opinion. Look at the way they have covered the Stepper, makes flood coolant a little less scarey, 30 int taper just to name two reasons, i wish i could afford it ....
    if you wanted to run flood coolant on this machine it would be fine, the coolant version is physically the same except for the underslung tank.

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    I am new to cnc of this type.

    What was involved in the conversion to Mach?
    how old is the machine? Does it show signs of wear on the bed, screws etc?

    Do you have the spec or a link to it? Interested in x,y,z travel, spindle height from bed, motor size etc.

    Thanks

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    Hi, here's a link to the denford website.
    Denford Software & Machines • View forum - Triac
    This machine has 300mm x axis, 180mm y axis, 235mm z axis. 1.5hp dc spindle 4000rpm.
    It's a 1995 model i think, but don't let the age fool you, it has come from a school that barely used it. The condition is excellent and the quality is far better than the seig range of machines. This machine was 20,000 new, is extremely rigid and has no visible wear on any slide or ballscrew.
    If you want a chat about it give me a ring on 07791011037 anytime.

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    Just because Denford charged the school 20,000 for it doesn't mean to say it was ever worth that money.
    All it means to say is someone saw them coming. A brand new Hass TM1 is still only 25,000 and that's a modern machining centre.
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