Myford ML7 Lathe
SOLD: Myford ML7 3.5" x 20" gap-bed, backgeared and screwcutting (Serial No. K9404, circa 1949). The lathe is in good mechanical condition and perfect working order. It has always been kept indoors in a heated room and not been used for the last five years. Very well specified and equipped with virtually everything needed for either the beginner or expert, including: the useful spindle clutch; a full set of 15 almost brand new Myford direct-insert nose-piece collets with the loading tool and spindle-nose cap; lever-operated tailstock attachment; a superb, Swiss-made Multifix toolpost with six tool holders; 4-way and standard toolposts; 3-jaw chuck; a Crown 4-jaw independent chuck; Burnerd independent, half-depth body, 6-inch diameter 4-jaw chuck; fixed steady; graduated handwheel on the leadscrew end; thread-dial indicator; a set of screwcutting changewheels in their own fitted box including the 12-tooth very fine feed tumble-reverse gear; special, non-upsetting, "face-locked" zeroing micrometer dials on the cross and top slides; two faceplates; a spare chuck backplate; No. 2 Morse taper double-ended tapping die holder; hollow centre; No. 2 Morse taper V-grooved drill pad centre; tailstock rotating centre; Jacobs tailstock chuck; Morse taper adaptors and ejection tool; two Morse centres and two drive dogs.- hosted on www.lathes.co.uk -
The lathe is offered with a tool board for holding the various tools and drill chucks, the Myford operation and parts manual and sales leaflets. 1-phase electrics with a Crompton Parkinson 1/3 h.p. motor and a reversing switch. Although not fitted, the spindle belt-drive guard is present.
Lathe is located in a third floor tenement in central Edinburgh with 54 steps to the pavement level. Lathe could be carried by two strong men - or partially dismantled. £850. Details of Myford ML7 lathes here.
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