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also found these in with everything and handy if you have a CO2 laser!
And there are these two items.
All I see is money, looks like someone has been collecting for a while,
That's a great comment, I need to find out what it all worth. Some of these are interesting, like this one.
Ok, here is the rest of it, from Houston Cutting, Weldon, Putnam, Eclipse, Regal, Chicago Cutting, Niagara Cutters
That is a double angle chamfer cutter.
Just when I didn't think there was more, I found these metal parts that appear to go to a lathe or mill, and a set of collars some square thingys, and a proximity sensor, plus a bag full of pins and a bunch of screws and springs. Also some specialized wrenches, larger pins, and what appear to be a bunch of sharpening stones.
C'bores should be a quick sell if in decent shape.
Going to sell all of it together locally.
Double Wow.. Someone spent lots of money for many years. Good score Bob
I just came into a bunch of this stuff too. All new and in boxes. I need to research each piece to see what they are worth. I think there are like 60 bits of sorts in unopened boxes.
To bad you couldn't use that to make a bushing removal and installation tool. I make all kinds of useful stuff on my little lathe and old mill. Bushings , inserts, drivers. When you need a lathe you need a lathe. Same to be said about the mill. If you can secure the part great for removing bushings.
I believe you I don't have a lathe but like the guy above happened upon a ton of these bits. I have no use for them but priced a few of what I have and WOW these things are pricey.