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Diamond Machine Tool Co Horizontal Milling Machine- Single Phase - $2,200 (CARNEGIE)

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make / manufacturer: Diamond
model name / number: M22
Diamond Machine Tool Co (Los Angeles, CA) Horizontal Milling Machine Model M22 manufactured in 1957. Meticulously restored. Fresh restoration, completely torn down, cleaned, lubricated, painted, 2 new spindle seals, 4 new belts, new drum switch, all new electrical wiring, new power feed worm gear, new countershaft bearing.

3/4 HP 110 volt single phase motor, power feed, 5-3/4"x 24" table with 3 T-slots, 1" arbor, brand new never used 5" milling vise. Perfect size machine for a home shop. Included is an assortment of 18 cutters (if you have priced horizontal milling cutters, many cost over $100 ea).

Good candidate and sturdy enough for a vertical head installation. Diamond mills are well engineered, sturdy machines. I have 2 other ones (NFS), both M22 models and one with a vertical head.
There is an overhead beam to pick from to load on to a trailer or pickup truck.


Link to Diamond Milling Machines: http://www.lathes.co.uk/diamond/

Fairly rare milling machine. Diamond Machine Tool Co was in business in the late 1940's and 1950's. "Walt Disney studios bought several new Diamond millers in the early 1950s and installed them in the production shop. Purchased officially for the repair and maintenance of film cameras. Diamond small horizontal millers were very heavily built and intended for professional rather than amateur work."

Link to Restoration: https://youtu.be/m0obaHMbCWM


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