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Myford Super 7B Lathe

SOLD: Myford Super 7B lathe 3.5" x 19" gap-bed, backgeared  and fitted with a screwcutting gearbox and power cross feed. The lathe was purchased new by the deceased owner in June 1989 and, having been used for clockmaking, has only ever had very light use. In superb condition and complete with a wide range of useful accessories including: 4-inch Burnerd 3-jaw chuck, the correct half-depth body 6-inch independent 4-jaw chuck, a second light-duty 4-jaw chuck-cum-faceplate, a late-type, two-bolts-per-axis Myford swivelling milling slide with the maker's machine vice, dividing head with four division plates (not Myford), 4-way toolpost, special quickly-adjustable rear toolpost to hold fine boring tools, fixed steady, a pair of Myford raising and levelling blocks (not pictured), deep chip tray, thread-dial indicator, Myford angle plate, home-made travelling steady, ball-turning attachment, two digital callipers, 1-inch and 2-inch micrometers, toggle press with rack-and-pinion drive, Jacobs tailstock chuck, two Moore & Wright scribing blocks, faceplate, catchplate, toolmaker's vices, tailstock rotating centre, crank handle to turn the headstock spindle by hand, flycutter set, set of Myford T-bolts, hand T-rest, numerous cutting tools including Jones & Shipman tool-bit holders, knurling tool, double-roller filing rest, reamers, threading die holders, engineer's spirit level, Morse centres, callipers, steel rulers, watchmaker's depthing tool, tube of Loctite, thread and radius gauges - and all the other accessories and engineering tools shown in the pictures. Also present is Ian Bradley's Manual for the Myford ML7, ML7R and Super 7. 1-phase electrics with a Dewhusrt reversing switch. £3350 Details of Myford Super 7 lathes here.

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