Pittburgh Machine lockformer
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  1. #1
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    Any one Looking For a Pittsburgh Machine .

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    Got pictures?

  3. #3
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    with how many hours on it ?

    what kind of condition is the table in ? any grooves?

    how has it been maintained? how often did you grease it?

    how loud is it when it runs?

    How much?

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    845 457 6288 for info

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    I would think knowing the amount of material it takes to make the lock should be known as there are various;1"-1-3/8"ETC. ALSO, WHAT maximum GAUGE OF METAL WILL IT HANDLE?
    Having this info now just may save an unnecessary phone call.(long distance)

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    24 1"

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    I'm very interested if the price is in my range. Where are you located? As this is quite a heavy piece of machinery I don't want to get killed on the shipping costs. I live in Western Canada but have a US shipping address as we are only 20 miles from the border so shipping should not be an issue. Check out my "Credentials for my email address if you prefer to commincate that way"

    [Edited by Black Adder on 09-25-2005 at 12:00 PM]
    "Go big or Go Home"

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    Smile

    nymike;.... wow ..24 1"...now that was a lengthy reply. I hope you didn't hurt your typing fingers too much.
    Anyway,a 24 gauge, and only a 1"lockformer is too small for for the fittings that I want to fab...min 20 gauge,1-3/8" (larger hammer down edge)
    If I want a small lock of 1" I can easily bend (hand break) one up by the time that thing you got will finally send it through... lol

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    deejoe go hang out in the commercial section, we don't seem to use a lot of 20 gauge metal in residential.
    "Go big or Go Home"

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    Frown

    DeeJoe , You a cheap.... wise ass ....bug off.

  11. #11
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    Lockformer makes a pittisburg machine reted for 20 gauge

    a superspeed 20 that runs at a pretty good clip

    their 16 gauge runs a little slower but I think the one deejoe is talking about is a Flager, that folds a pittisburg lock. by the time it gets through a 10 ft piece you could just about eat lunch and still have time left over for a nap

    BA keep in mind that new that ss 20 can be had for around
    2100 gallons of gas

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    Frown

    Nymike, take it easy. With that last amount of strenuous typing, your finger may be too sore to flip the switch on to demonstrate your machine..

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    Are you interested in selling this unit or what? I posted that I am very interested in buying a lockformer post a little more info ie: Price, location or send me an email

    [Edited by lusker on 10-01-2005 at 08:26 AM]
    "Go big or Go Home"

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