Shop Downsizing Sale - East Tennessee
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Hi everyone, long-time member, haven't posted in ages.  Hope everyone is well.

I am significantly downsizing my big shop and am selling off a number of nice machines.  All are in working condition, in daily use, and can be shown under power as they sit today.  Located in the beautiful hills of east Tennessee, about five minutes off of I-75 at Exit 76, half an hour west of Knoxville.  The equipment will continue to be used until sold.  I'll try to check in here a little more often, but if you have an interest, best to send me an email at williamnance77 _ a t_ gm***.com

Powermatic 72 12” table saw. $1,750. 5hp 3ph motor. Includes overarm guard (which I use, it’s removed in the photos for dado work), a nice 12” blade from Woodworkers Tool Works, 10” dado stack, bies fence system, table, etc.  Awesome saw.

Powermatic 26 HD shaper. 3hp, single phase, great condition, I just haven't used it much and don't expect to in the future. Includes solid rolling base with non-locking swivel casters. Very nice shaper. Includes installed 3/4" spindle, and includes second 3/4" spindle and a 1/2" spindle, plus whatever 3/4" tooling I have/find. The Amana rabbet cutter has never been used, and the various Infinity door panel cutters were new a few years ago and have only been used on a few projects. $1000.

Delta 17" slow-speed drill press for metalworking. Manufactured in 1950. 1140 RPM 3/4hp 3ph motor with VFD and reversing switch, runs on 1ph 220v. Includes Albrect keyless chuck with 2MT arbor, Atlas XY table, production table with predictable arc of shame, smooth and solid table-raising rack system. I've had this about as long as any machine in my shop and tough to part with. Other than grinders, it was the first metalworking machine I ever bought. $750.

Dumore Tool Post Grinder. Includes two different size mounting plates, the smaller one fits my Logan 920 12" lathe. $200.

Thanks all.

Bill.

EDIT:  Apparently the site won't let me add photos, says each one is too large, let alone the dozen I wanted to upload.  You can see some photos on my CL ad at:

https://knoxville.craigslist.org/tls/d/l...31890.html

Corrected to include right link.
Bill
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#7
That link didn't work for me--"nothing here" response or some such, instead.

With a little digging, though, I found your listings.  Maybe this'll help others who're looking:

https://knoxville.craigslist.org/tls/d/l...31890.html
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(09-13-2022, 06:42 PM)grwold Wrote: That link didn't work for me--"nothing here" response or some such, instead.

With a little digging, though, I found your listings.  Maybe this'll help others who're looking:

https://knoxville.craigslist.org/tls/d/l...31890.html

Yep, thanks.  I was in the account management page.  Correct link is

https://knoxville.craigslist.org/tls/d/l...31890.html
Bill
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It is SOOooooooo nice seeing you back again.  Hope all is well with you buddy.
It is always the right time, to do the right thing.

Hi, I'm Arlin's proud wife! His brain trma & meds-give memory probs and has pain from injuries, but all is well materially & financially.  
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Boy o boy that drill press is the cats meow and would love to have it.  I know someone will get it for sure.
It is always the right time, to do the right thing.

Hi, I'm Arlin's proud wife! His brain trma & meds-give memory probs and has pain from injuries, but all is well materially & financially.  
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