Legacy 1800 Ornamental Milling/Lathe (NEW in Boxes)

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mrburls

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Legacy 1800 Ornamental Milling / Lathe

8'-0" center to center
11" diameter
Variable speed linear drive motor
Owners manual

Extra Accessories

Z-Axis Carriage
Rotary Indexing Table
Circle Cutting Center
Linear Milling (molding) Table
Legacy Design Kit
Pilaster Mounting Dogs
Stylus Pins
Two carbide cutters for a rope pattern on columns
2 CDS
Steel templet for gooseneck top of clock
A few booklets from Legacy
Might be extra index plates (can't remember for sure)
Might be extra gears also(can't remember for sure)

Everything is new in boxes, never put together.
I bought this new about 16 years ago and moved soon after I bought
Legacy and just didn't have the room to set up. Time to sell it.

Selling for $4500.00 Cost over $7000.00 when bought new with all the extra accessories.

I included some pictures from the catalogs I have of Mill and accessories since everything is still in boxes.
 

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duncsuss

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That's quite a piece of equipment, I have no space so it isn't for me. I'd love to see some of the things made on it when it's finally put into use.
 

pewink

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I'm not sure if anyone is aware, but the Legacy ornamental lathes are no longer manufactured and there isn't any support for them. So, it might be difficult to find parts. Legacy has moved forward, and is now manufacturing cnc machines. Just a FYI.
 

Curly

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While they may not be made anymore they are not a thing that can't be repaired. If I was close, like half a continent and a country, I'd find a way to buy it. I have a Sears Router Crafter and it is a little ape on the evolutionary tree compared to the Legacy.
 

MRDucks2

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If I was still in my shop outside of Indianapolis and not refurbing a historic garage into a workable shop in Southern Indiana I would but it in a heartbeat. The platform may no longer be made but there is little particularly unique about it.

I have people in Texas and it’s not that far to Indiana, Just don’t have the room.
 
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