a used EMCO Maximat V10-P lathe. Made in Austria. Don't confuse this
an "enco" made in china machine. This is a high quality machine which
would be great for the home shop machinist looking for something better
than what's regularly available.
I apologize to all viewers. I erroneously listed this machine as a
Maximat 11 yesterday (5/21). It is a V10-P.
Physically the lathe is only about 4 feet wide, 2 feet deep and 4 feet
tall, so it'll fit anywhere in your garage or shop. Its heavy enough to
do good work, but can easily be slid around if necessary. It weighs a
little over 500 pounds.
The machine sits on its original stand with keyed tooling compartment
and slide-out chip tray,
and is extremely well tooled so that you can use it right away without
needing to buy much else.
The lathe is in clean, very good cosmetic conditon, other than some paint, and
in excellent running condition. I can't find a serial number on it, but
believe built in the 1970's and apparently not used too much. Certainly
not beat up at all.
This lathe runs on 110V, single phase. Just plug it in.
Its an english machine and all the dials are in inches. Dials and
handles are excellent. Backlash is very minimal at 5-to-10 thousandths.
It has a (measured) 11" swing, and about 28" between centers. Standard
stock and MT3 headstock. Hole through is a little over 3/4".
The ways are sharp, crisp and excellent.
Power longitudinal and cross feeds.
This is a GEAR HEAD lathe, with 2 speed motor and 8 speeds from 60 to
2500 rpm. The headstock is oil
bath (fresh oil), and contains heat-treated gears running on adjustable
Built-in threading with 24 standard threads from 8 to 56 tpi.
Very nice complement of tooling including:
Emco 3 jaw, 5" chuck
Emco 4 jaw, 6" chuck
Emco 7-1/2" faceplate
New quick change toolholder with 5 holders (up to 1/2"):
Turning and boring bar holder
Boring bar holder
Parting blade holder
Knurling tool with 3 sets of knurls
Tooling also includes 2 drill chucks-one straight shank to fit the
boring bar holder (for cross and angle drilling) and one Morse 2 taper
back Jacobs chuck for the tailstock. Also included is a set of carbide
tipped (3/8") bits and several 5/16" high speed bits (not shown) for
grinding your own special shapes, parting blade, live center and all
the chuck keys and toolholder wrench.
Finally, the machine includes its original chuck/chip guard for safety,
original parts manual and even the original vinyl cover to keep the
This machine can be fitted with a milling head (not included) which is
why the slotted cross slide is larger than most machines of its size.
They're a bit rare bu occassionally do show up on ebay.
Overall this is an excellent quality, smaller machine, in ready-to-work
condition, with all the tooling needed to get going immediately. Any
beginning machinist or experienced operator will be pleased to own this
T E R M S:
Please use the "ASK SELLER A QUESTION"
link or call me (Art) at 505-259-8310 with any questions. I am happy to
speak with you.
This item is USED AND SOLD AS-IS without warranty. No return
or refund. Please check my feedback.
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A little communication goes a long way...
This is an item that is has to go
freight (by truck) or be picked up here locally in the Albuquerque
area. I encourage local pickup and can load on to anything you've got.
Weight is about 510
Shipping to be paid in advance by
buyer. FOB Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87107
I can and will arrange trucking to you anywhere in the
Continental US. I will not ship elsewhere.
Shipping Specs are: one
skid 5 feet by 4 feet by 5 feet tall.
Shipping weight (properly prepped for travel) will be
approximately: 700 lb.
There is NO CHARGE to prep, skid and load.
ESTIMATING COST OF SHIPPING
Shipping/freight cost can vary widely depending on location
and other factors.
You can generally estimate maximum shipping cost at
80-90 cents a pound. East coast and northwest locations are most
This estimate is based on delivery to a commercial location
have a loading dock or forklift available and a semi truck can get in
and out). Typical up-charge for residential delivery with
liftgate is about $150.
PLEASE CALL or email
me to get an actual shipping quote. I'll need your name, city and zip
code and whether you require commercial or residential service.
You are invited to pick it up here, or to use your own
truckers. All logistics and the final cost of shipping will be
determined after the auction ends.
I will work wih you to get the best possible price and most
I'm communicative and flexible and will be happy to work with
you however I can to make this a smooth transaction.