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  • e-mail me with questions on any of the items listed below. Items will be marked SOLD or removed when they are no longer available. I’ve moved the items that are available to the top of the list.

The owwm
Last updated 11/30/2016

 

Oliver No. 260 Trunnions
•Cast Iron
•Casting number 260-41

Replace your broken or cracked trunnions with these Oliver originals.

$300 + Shipping

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Tannewitz Dado & Stub Arbors Available

  • 1-1/4″ x 5″ Dado $175.00
  • 1-1/8″ x 5″ Dado $175.00
  • 1″ x 6″ Dado New Old Stock $200.00 (SOLD)
  • 1-1/4″ Stub Arbor $100.00
  • 1-1/8″ Stub Arbor $100.00
  • 1″ Stub Arbor $100.00 (SOLD)
  • $15.00 Flat Rate shipping to the lower 48 States.

I have around two dozen Tannewitz Arbors available

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Buffalo Forge No. 18 Free-Standing Drill Press
It looks rough, but is all there.
Alot of sawdust and oil on it. Give it a good cleaning and put it to work.
I have a few Commander and Aggregate heads available for this as well.
Make me an offer (and no, the Whitney jointer is not for sale).






 

 

 

 

Sold: Bell No. 4-A Dowel Machine

sold

  • No. 4-A
  • Produces up to 2-1/2″ Dowels from Square Stock
  • Maximum length is dependent only upon the stock being fed
  • Belt Driven
  • Separate drive and head motors
  • Includes two additional feeds
  • Lots of spare tooling, knives, belts.

A very nice, well tooled machine. This machine can produce dowels at high production rates which require no sanding. It can also cut spiral finished dowels, handles, etc.

$2750

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Sold: Arco Roto Phase Rotary Phase Converter

•Model HD30
•30 HP

•Max load 100 HP

$1200

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Whitney No. 110 Spindle Shaper Motor Pulley Cover
•Cast Iron
•Bored for the Pivot Pin

This part is always missing or broken.  Make your 110 complete.

$150 + Shipping

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 American Woodworking Machinery 20″ Pattern Makers Jointer

sold
•5 HP Direct Drive Motor
•Three Toe Design
•Wedge Bed
•Cutterhead Guard
•2 Knife Round Cutterhead
•3,600 RPM
•Tilting Fence
•Dust Pickup
•Wrenches
•Spring Joint Table
•84″ Overall Length

This Machine was originally purchased by Kaiser Fraiser (Willy’s Jeep). This is a very good running jointer. Bearings are smooth and quiet. All movements are fully functional and smooth. You can connect this machine to power and put it right to work. Machine can be demonstrated under power.

$2750
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KF-20-3

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SCMI Tilting Spindle Shaper
•12 HP Spindle Motor
•Power Elevation & Tilt
•Spindle Tilt range +45 degrees to -10 degrees
•1-1/4″ Spindle
•Two additional Spindles (1-1/8″ & Router Collet Spindle)
•3,000-10,000 RPM Spindle Speeds
•Miter Gauge
•Feather boards
•Wrenches
•Complete set of Table Rings
•Micro Adjust Fence with Dust Pickup
•Holz-Her 3 Roll Feeder
•Operators Manual & Parts List

This is a very good running shaper. Bearings are smooth and quiet. All movements are fully functional and smooth. You can connect this machine to power and put it right to work. Machine can be demonstrated under power.

$5200
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Sold: SCMI 600SC 22″ Bandsaw
SCMI 22″ Bandsaw
•Model No. 600SC
•22″ Throat
•13″ Resaw Capacity
•3 HP Motor
•220/440 Volts (currently wired 220)
•Tilting Table
•Sliding Fence
•Miter Gauge
•Telescoping blade guard
•Tension Gauge
•Foot Brake
•Rack & Pinion Guide Post adjustment

$1700
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600-3

 
 

sold
SCMI, Rockwell, Delta, Invicta Shaper Spindle Assembly)
1-1/4″ Spindle
Brass top nut
Double nut (for mounting to the cartridge)
This is from a Rockwell Shaper, but it fits my SCMI T110, T100 and Formula T1 Shapers
The double nut alone is $150 from SCMI.
I have many parts from the Rockwell shaper, including the spindle cartridge assembly, motor, electrical switches, starter, base, table, table rings, belt tensioner, pulleys, motor mounts, elevation screw and lots of small parts.
$250

Rockwell, Delta, SCMI, Invicta Spindle Assembly

 
 

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Two Northfield X36AF Radial Arm saws (Sold)

•220 Volts three phase
•5 HP
•Metal is bent on the left side of both stands

Manufacturers Specifications:

Motor Horsepower 5hp 7-1/2hp 10hp
Saw Diameter 16″
Saw Hole 1″
Dado* Largest Width on Standard Mandrel 1-9/16″
Dado* Largest Width on 1-3/8″ Standard Mandrel 3″
Maximum Depth of Cut (16″ Saw) 4-1/2″
Cross Cut Capacity-Guide Fence Regular Position 17-1/2″
Cross Cut Capacity-Guide Fence Rear Position 25″
Ripping Capacity-Between Saw and Regular Guide Fence 23-1/2″
Ripping Capacity-with Guide Fence Moved to Rear 31″

Maximum 45 degree Miter, Guide Fence
Regular Position 4″ x 12-1/2″
Moved to Rear 4″ x 14-1/2″

Maximum 70 degree Miter, Guide Fence
Regular Position 4″ x 6″
Moved to Rear 4″ x 8-1/2″
Maximum Compound 45 degree Miter 3″ x 12-1/2″
Motor Raises to Center of Arbor to Table Top, Max 10″
Motor Lowers, Center of Arbor to Table Top, Min 3-5/8″
Size of Table 25″ x 48″
Height of Table 32″

Angle Capacity
Saw Tilts to Left 45 degrees
Saw Pivot to Right 70 degrees
Saw Pivot to Left 45 degrees

$999.00

UniPoints

 

sold Oliver No. 260-D Sliding Table Saw (Sold but I do have another available)
•2 5HP 3600 RPM Direct Drive Motors
•Rolling Table
•Type F Rack & Pinion Fence
•No. 1 Cross-cut Gauge
•Miter Cut-Off Gauge
•Electro-Magnetic Brake
•Overarm Saw Guard
•12-1/2″ x 18″ Extension Table
•41-1/2″ x 44-1/2″ Main Table
•17-1/2″ x 44-1/2″ Rolling Table
•1″ Saw Arbors
•Will take up to an 18″ blade

This is a good working saw. Elevation, tilt and rolling table operate smoothly. Motor bearings are good. Rack & Pinion Fence operates smoothly. Magnetic brake operates as expected
$3500
Video of the saw running can be found here: Link
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sold Fay & Egan No. 950 36″ Bandsaw (Lightning) 
220 Volts Three Phase
Direct Drive 5 HP Motor
Solid Wheels
Good Tires
Good Guides
Tilting Main Table 45 degrees right and 10 degrees left
Fixed Rear Table
36″ Throat
Maximum Distance Under Guides 21″
Good working band saw. Just power it up and use it.
$1300

 

sold Northfield 16″ Heavy Duty Jointer

  • 1982 Machine
  • 220/440 Volts three Phase
  • Length of Knives 16″
  • Knife Size 16″ x 1-1/4″ x 1/8″
  • Knives per Head, DMD 4
  • Cutting Circle 4-1/4″
  • Overall Length of Tables 96″
  • Height of Tables From Floor 32-1/2″
  • Rear Table – Width 21″
  • Fence Size 52″ x 5-1/2″
  • Fence Tilts 45 degrees
  • Maximum Rabbet Depth 5/8″
  • Motor  Direct Motor
  • Motor Size 3 HP
  • Cutterhead  3600 RPM
  • Net Weight 1825 lbs
  • Cubic Measure 144 cu. ft.
  • Floor Space 38″ x 96″

A very nice, late model 16″ jointer. overall length is 8′.

And, here is a link to the Northfield Literature for this machine:

http://www.northfieldwoodworking.com/Brochures-PDF/HeavyDutyJointers.pdf

$3500

sold Wadkin RZ 16″ Jointer

  • Jointer Capacity 16″
  • Belt Drive
  • 220/440 Volts Three Phase
  • 7.5 HP Motor
  • Tilting Fence
  • Bridge type jointer guard

Here’s a link to the Wadkin Literature for this machine:

http://www.daltonsmachines.com/uploads/files/oldmanuals//Wadkin_RZ_(12,16,20_inch)_Surfacer_Manual.pdf

A machine you don’t see very often in the lower 48. Wadkin RZ jointer. In very good working condition. Just power it up and use it.

$2400


Wadkin RM Combined Surfacer & Thicknesser

(Sold)

  • Planer Capacity 24″ x 9″
  • Jointer Capacity 26″
  • Belt Drive
  • Feed rates of 20, 30 and 46 feet/min
  • Tilting Fence
  • Bridge type jointer guard

Here’s a link to the Wadkin Literature for this machine:

http://www.owwm.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/RM-Leaflet-Colour-rs.pdf

A machine you don’t see very often in the lower 48. Wadkin over under jointer and planer. In very good working condition. Just power it up and use it.

$3400

 

sold SCMI Mini Max Formula T1 Spindle Shaper
•Manufactured in 1998
•1-1/4″ Spindle
•6.6 KW (9 HP) Motor
•Speeds adjustable from 3,000 to 10,000 RPM
•Spindle Brake
•Spindle Lock
•Micro-Adjust Fence
•220/440 Volts Three Phase
•Good Spindle & Motor Bearings
•Removable Spindle
•~8″ Under the Nut
•Removable Table Rings
This is a good running machine. Just hook it up to power and use it. The sale includes the shaper, fence, spindle & nut. The cutter and spacers pictured on the machine are not included.
Here’s a video of the machine running
$3500




 

sold American Sawmill Machinery 30″ Bandsaw (Monarch) 

Direct Drive
Tilting Table
Blade Tension Gauge
30″ Throat
220/440 Volt Three Phase Motor
Push Button Electrical Controls

$850

sold American Sawmill Machinery Uni-Point Radial Arm Saw
(But I have two more available)
Direct Drive
220/440 Volt 3 Phase
In good condition.
Runs Well.
5 HP Motor
Just add a wooden table to the frame and use it.
$850


sold  Fay & Egan No. 509 Hollow Chisel Mortiser  
Direct Drive
220/440 Volt 3 Phase
In good condition.
Runs Well. Just needs some cleaning.
$1500

No. 509 Mortiser

sold Whitney No. 110 Shaper

2 HP Motor
220/440 Volts 3 Phase
Belt Drive
This is a substantial shaper.
Best in class for it’s footprint
$1195



 

 

sold Whitney No. 91 Shaper
2 7.5 HP Motors
220/440 Volts 3 Phase
Belt Drive
This is a substantial shaper.
Hook it up and use it
$1800

sold Wysong & Miles No. 303 Disc and Spindle Sander

30″ Disc
Oscillating Spindle
220/440 Volts 3 Phase
Belt Drive
In good working order
$1495

sold Robinson ETE Sliding Table Saw

220/440 Volts 3 Phase
Sliding Table
Tilting Arbor
Protractor
Rack & Pinion Fence
In good working order
A good, solid English dimension saw. Pretty uncommon on this (or that) side of the Atlantic.
Every bit as fine as a Wadkin PK
$1800



sold Whitney No. 177 Variety Saw
(but I have two No. 77’s available)
220/440 Volts 3 Phase

Tilting Arbor
Protractor
Rack & Pinion Fence
In good working order
A good, variety saw.
New motor bearings
Takes up to a 16″ blade
$1800


sold Yates American Y-30 30″ Bandsaw

220/440 Volts 3 Phase
30″ Throat
Direct Drive
Solid Wheels (Carter Type)
In good working order
A great bandsaw.
$1995

sold Wadkin MA Motising Machine

220/440 Volts 3 Phase
In good working order
A great example of a late model English moticer
$1995

 

 

47 Responses to “Shameless Commerce (machines for sale)”

  1. Kirk Johnson says:

    Wanted: Wadkin PK

  2. mary wells says:

    I’m looking for these machines, all in one location if possible

    Morticer – The Wadkin MA and the Wadkin Bursgreen have the kind of capacity we need.
    Panel saw, with sliding tabe – (sometimes called a beam beanch in the USA). 12 or 14 inch blade with scoring blade. Sheet capacity 10 ft x 10 ft.
    Jointer – 16 inch. Needs to have deep fence, about 5 – 6 inch.
    Planner – Capacity around 20 inch x 8 – 9 inch. Or 24 inch x 8 – 9 inch ( more thickness if possible.
    Shaper – 1 1/4 inch spindle – single head – good size fence.
    Drill Press – 1/2 inch chuck.
    Radial Arm Cross Cut – 12 inch blade.

    Thanks, Mary (928) 453-8156 mary.machinerybroker@gmail.com

  3. mary wells says:

    I’m looking for these machines in one place
    Morticer – The Wadkin MA and the Wadkin Bursgreen have the kind of capacity we need.

    Panel saw, with sliding tabe – (sometimes called a beam beanch in the USA). 12 or 14 inch blade with scoring blade. Sheet capacity 10 ft x 10 ft.

    Jointer – 16 inch. Needs to have deep fence, about 5 – 6 inch.

    Planner – Capacity around 20 inch x 8 – 9 inch. Or 24 inch x 8 – 9 inch ( more thickness if possible.

    Shaper – 1 1/4 inch spindle – single head – good size fence.

    Rip Saw – 18 – 20 inch blade – this is a hand fed saw ( not a straight line rip saw) with a single blade and crown guard above the blade and a deep fence.

    Drill Press – 1/2 inch chuck.

    Radial Arm Cross Cut – 12 inch blade.

  4. Darrin Kean says:

    Help looking for large pattern lathe any help would be appreciated.

  5. James M. Key says:

    Hello Arthur,

    I’m asking my wife to type this as I’m not a keyboard commando. I would like to buy the Whitney 177 that’s currently on your site. The price is fine. Is it possible to have a phone conversation with you? My number here in Camano Island, WA is: 360-387-1617. I couldn’t be much further from you, location-wise. I’d need to know the shipping information costs, etc. and would wire your bank with the funds once I know this is exactly what I’ve been searching for.

    I’d be available for a call anytime tomorrow, the 30th at that home number.

    Thanks very much,
    CDR James M. Key USN Ret.

  6. Eric says:

    I’m interested in a band saw for the shop preferably a Walker Turner but I see the American Sawmill Machinery 30″ and it has peaked my interest. Please email me so we can discuss, Thanks for you time and a great site. Eric

  7. fred bezenshek says:

    I also am looking for a Wadkin PK saw and a wadkin planer/joiner thanks freddy

  8. Randy Chaffin says:

    Hello, I am trying to find a fence for a “Monarch 8″ Jointer by American Machine & Foundry, made for Dewalt, Lancaster , PA”. I noticed in your blogs, which I found very interesting, that you had seen Monarch machines and I wanted to ask you about the possibility of finding a fence for this machine. It is in very good condition, except for a chunk missing off the fence right above the cutter head. It still functions well, but I would like to restore if possible. Any assistance or advice would be appreciated. Sincerely, Randall B. Chaffin (606)298-7774 daytime

  9. Rob says:

    Any sliding Olivers or Tannewitz saws?

  10. Troy Hanson says:

    What are you asking for the Buffalo drill press?

    Troy hanson

  11. Barry Stup says:

    Hey Arthur,
    I could trade you something for two Unipoints…
    I really just need the swivel bases – I have a big double cutoff saw system built with two unipoints but they are 90 degree cutoff only – they have power feed racks for the cutting but no ability to angle or miter.

  12. Roger Thomas says:

    Hello I am looking for a Wadkin Bursgreen s230 superplane jointer, any help would be graet, thank you Roger

    • The owwm says:

      Roger,
      I see these all the time in England. I’ve only see a couple in North America. Given that it’s a 9″ machine, you could easily substitute a 12″ RZ for it. Are you looking at this jointer because you want a smaller footprint? I’ve got some machines coming from the UK in a few months. I’ll keep my eye open for one of these.

      Thanks,

      -Arthur

  13. fred bezenshek says:

    I found a pp saw but missing fence and blade guard any leads or drawings
    thanks freddy

    • The owwm says:

      Freddy,
      The fence from the PP is pretty much identical to the one from the PK. PL and PJ models. They all mount in a dovetail slot on the table. Fences from most Robinson saws also fit. The crown guard on the PK is much different on the PP than the other models. It’s more squared off and rectangular in shape than those on the earlier saws which were crescent shaped. The early crown guards were also made of brass, where as the PP guard is cast aluminum. I’m attaching some illustrations below. The fence will be difficult. I’ve cast quadrants, but haven’t tried the fence yet. They periodically come up for sale in the UK, but rarely in North America. The guard is a little easier to come by. I see them for sale in the UK quite frequently.

      PK Crown Guard
      PP Crown Guard

      Thanks,

      -Arthur

  14. freddy says:

    thanks for the reply.. I have a lathe and mill I need some kinda drawing..lol

  15. Eric says:

    Arthur,
    Looking at the Buffalo drill press for the shop, and I’d like to make an offer if it is still available. Thanks Eric

  16. Mike says:

    Always looking for good used machines. Stroke Sander tables, Lathes, planers etc. Cast Iron bases,stands. No matter the shape or size I will consider anything you send me.
    Please email with pics if you can.
    sawtoothinnovations@gmail.com

  17. ethan in slocan says:

    hey Arthur, tried to contact you via email with no luck! I know you get lots of info requests. I’m inquiring about the RS lathe, and if it could be available? thanks for you r time! cheers ethan

  18. don parise says:

    SCMI, Rockwell, Delta, Invicta Shaper Spindle Assembly, if the spindle is still available please call me, 732-279-8588, will definitely buy it, thanks

    • The owwm says:

      Don,
      I do have several spindle assemblies. Can you give me the make & model of your machine and I’ll tell you what I have for it?

      Thanks,

      -Arthur

  19. Ryan Keen says:

    Hi Arthur,

    Love your site! Can you keep me in mind if you come across a PK or PP that you could stand to part with? I’ve been hunting for a year and a half, but no one I’ve talked to in the UK wants to work with an exporting, zero rate VAT buyer it seems…

    Thanks,

    ~Ryan

    • the owwm says:

      Ryan,
      I have three of the PK sliders now and one PK variety saw. Two of the sliders will be available at some point. I’m just trying to get my own shop situated. This could take some time, but I’ll keep you in mind. I’ll also keep my eyes open for one in the rest of the world. I’m starting to think about another shipment from the UK. Where are you located?

      Thanks,

      -Arthur

      • Ryan Keen says:

        Arthur,

        Thanks for the reply. I know how it goes with getting a shop set up just right. Your consideration is appreciated.

        If you’re interested, I’ve located two PKA’s and a Robinson in the UK with a guy who’s willing to deal. They aren’t listed as of yet, so shoot me an email if you’d like the contact details.

        I’m located in south-eastern Illinois, but I’m not afraid of a little road trip for some old arn!

        Thanks again,

        Ryan

  20. Jim Sherman says:

    Hello Arthur;

    I am looking for a Yates American Y30 bandsaw,; does not have to be a snowflake, but will welcome one if you can find one. Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated.

    Thank You

    Jim

  21. Jared Leach says:

    I’m inquiring about the 1-1/4″ spindle assemblies as well. I’ve got the measurements and have sent them in email to you but I’m thinking that they aren’t going through.

    The machine I have is a Delta RS-15.

    The measurements for the taper of the spindle are:
    The total taper length (from just under the threads to the bottom of
    the machined taper portion is 5.375″.

    The diameter at the top of the taper is 1.755″ The diameter of the
    taper at the bottom is 1.475″.

    • the owwm says:

      Jared,
      I have an 1-1/4″ spindle with 7″ under the nut. Do you require the double nut or do you have it for another spindle?

      Thanks,

      -Arthur

    • Jared Leach says:

      I do have a nut that works for my 3/4″ spindle for the machine.

      • Jared Leach says:

        Just let know how I can go about purchasing the spindle from you and I’d be more than happy to take it off your hands! I can buy it with the nut or without. It might be good to have it just in case the one I have doesn’t fit for some reason.

        Thanks again!

        –Jared

  22. steve neal says:

    i’m very interested in the logan 200 lathe drive cover but you say only local pickup for the part. if i knew your somerset address i have a friend who is going to philly for xmas who could come and pick it up. we live in maine. my phone number is 207-721-0166 please give me a call if pick up is possible. thanks steve neal 161 mere point road brunswick maine 04011.

  23. Frank DiSanti says:

    I’m looking for an Oliver 260 Table Saw, preferably on the west coast.

    Frank

  24. Bill Thomas says:

    Arthur,
    do you still have the Tannewitz 1 1/8″ dado arbor?

    Bill

    • the owwm says:

      Bill,
      I believe I have a few. I’m heading to Jersey the week after Christmas. I’ll check it out and get back to you. Which saw do you have?

      Thanks,

      -Arthur

  25. Bill Thomas says:

    I have a U. The arbor is 1″ a,d I have a 1″ dado arbor. I picked up a dado set with 1 1/8″ arbor holes. I found a 1 1/8″ stub arbor, but strangely enough, the threads don’t quite match, so I can’t use it. I’d have to try the dado arbor for the same reason.

    • the owwm says:

      That is curious. The arbors for the U & XJ line are the same thread. I don’t recall ever coming across one that was different. could be that the threads got messed up at some point and repaired.

      • Bill Thomas says:

        Yeah, I couldn’t figure it out. I think the threads are just tighter, but i didn’t want to force anything and risk messing up the motor stub.

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