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Rainman229 10-19-2006 11:20 PM

sherline 4400 lathe (17 inch bed) went to ebay
 
Sold

i have Sherline 4400 lathe inch bed.
has 4 jaw independent jaws
3/16 Jacobs drill chuck
1 tool post
standard tool kit that comes with it new

this thing is like new. wife bitched and moaned when i bought. and now she is bitching more since i need a bigger lathe and have only used this think maybe twice in the last 2 years. and thats about as much as i used it since i bought it. so it's like new.

so basically need to find this a new home.
new this thing is $760 plus shipping.

will get pictures up shortly.



i figure $600 shipped is a good starting point


has a bench that i built for it that could go with it for and extra $30 , but would need to be picked up since i wouldn't even want to think about shipping it.


absolutely positively NO trades. don't ask or you will be severely beaten

update.

also has a chip gaurd installed
moded the x slide to have a stop (great if your doing the same cut on a couple parts, but not ment for multiuple positions)
lathe cover(from sherline)
2.5inch 3 jaw self centering( pretty beat up came off other lathe)
2 extra tool posts
a few new and old tool bits

tagroland 10-19-2006 11:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rainman229 (Post 45596)
absolutely positively NO trades. don't ask or you will be severely beaten

Would you trade for 600 federal reserve notes?:D

(Ooooh Ima gonna getta beatin!!!)

Sorry, I am in just a weird mood right now.

Roland

kidneythief 10-19-2006 11:52 PM

Good luck shipping that thing...you may want to see how much that is gonna cost or is it a local pick-up deal only?

-Jake

Rainman229 10-20-2006 12:25 AM

don't weigh that much. may weigh about 40lbs tops.

Rainman229 10-20-2006 02:23 AM

pictures(shes a little dirty, but hey she sits right behind the mill getting chips flung at her all the time

http://www.rainman229.com/images/mar.../sherline1.jpg
http://www.rainman229.com/images/mar.../sherline2.jpg
http://www.rainman229.com/images/mar.../sherline3.jpg
http://www.rainman229.com/images/mar.../sherline4.jpg

pm me an offer if you have the urge to lowball.
include your zip code so i can caculate shipping to see if the lowball is worth it.

would concider $500 in cash and $100 in trade depending on what you got to trade.

blackrain 10-21-2006 05:28 PM

Those are great lathes. I own one. I can even vouch for that 4 Jaw chuck. It use to be mine. It was brand new when Rainman got it from me. At $600.00 Rainman is loosing out. That is a great price. These are excellent to cut barrels and crown them. You will need a steady rest for that. Just remember,this can be turned into a mill for light work.
Later,
Blackrain

HTRN 10-21-2006 07:23 PM

Rainman, if you don't need the money that badly, why not do a CNC conversion? You could probably do it for under $2k, probably under $1k if you already have a usable PC and are willing to scrounge a bit for Drivers, breakout boards, Servo/Stepper's, etc.

If you are going to sell, I will tell all that who are considering, that the Sherline is a step above the Minilathes sold by the likes of Horror freight - they have quite a bit of support, with Sherline selling alot of neat stuff for them. And unlike the HF machines, they don't need any tweaking when they come out of the box.:D


HTRN

blackrain 10-21-2006 08:46 PM

I'm so tempted to ask for that chuck back.lol
Later,
Blackrain

Shockwave 10-21-2006 11:52 PM

:( :( :( if only i had the money

Rainman229 10-22-2006 04:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HTRN (Post 46283)
Rainman, if you don't need the money that badly, why not do a CNC conversion? You could probably do it for under $2k, probably under $1k if you already have a usable PC and are willing to scrounge a bit for Drivers, breakout boards, Servo/Stepper's, etc.

If you are going to sell, I will tell all that who are considering, that the Sherline is a step above the Minilathes sold by the likes of Horror freight - they have quite a bit of support, with Sherline selling alot of neat stuff for them. And unlike the HF machines, they don't need any tweaking when they come out of the box.:D


HTRN

i need the money for a real lathe. 2 hobby lathes aren't cutting. and this one has just sat there for 2 years collectig dust.

As for a cnc lathe. my mill is a 3 in 1(mill,lathe,drill press comb) and it's cnc'ed, so i have a cnc lathe and mill.

i need lathe that 9 x 20 minimum, so i don't have to tie up the mill to use the lathe on it. just starting to be real hassel. plus taking the tail stock off and putting it back is pain. cocidering it weighs about 30lbs


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