Thread: Denford Triac

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ID:	9949Hi Everybody.
    I have this machine for sale with or without the electronics.
    There is some power supply problem.
    And I had to remove data plate for painting.
    So it makes sense buying it for someone planing to upgrade to today's electronics and software.
    This cost me 1500 pounds.
    i am looking for 1250.
    Last edited by asto; 05-09-2013 at 08:17 PM.

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    Where in the World are you?

  3. #3
    Attica, Greece.

    Mind you by the time you take the bail out off the 1250 it will be a cheap machine.
    Asto will only owe you 14 million euro's
    John S -

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    Thought this was a UK forum....

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Nemo1966 View Post
    Thought this was a UK forum....
    It is, but we have a fair smattering of overseas members, it all adds to the interest :)

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    Lives in Attica, Greece. Last Activity: 14-09-2016 Has been a member for 3-4 years. Has a total post count of 65.
    Thanks folks.
    So Nemo you had all your questions answered without me having to add a word.
    I had to travel to UK (midlands) where the model engineering exhibition was taking place to aquire this machine
    Just in case you need some more info about this Triac mill you can use my email <seaman177@yahoo.com>

    cheers
    Last edited by asto; 05-09-2013 at 08:14 PM.

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    I'll buy it if you can get it back to where you bought it from (midlands) :-)

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    Haha already had that conversation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemo1966 View Post
    Haha already had that conversation
    ...but if someone has the old electronics of an Orac Denford lathe i can buy them for 200 and then he gets the machine for 1050 pounds.
    How about that.
    Last edited by asto; 26-09-2013 at 07:50 PM.

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    The problem with the UK is that will import duties etc the price would probably triple! The UK is such a rip off. Then you'd have to convert to mach 3.

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