Material - Equipment Exchange

Looking to find bargains on excess material and equipment posted by PMPA member companies or to find buyers for your own surplus machines and materials? Search here.


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Items for Sale

  • DOM Tube

    C-1026 ASTM A513 Type 5 DOM TUbe 1.187/1.197 OD .182/.191" Wall (.187" wall) (.813" Ref ID) Note actual ID reading .819"
  • Chip Processing System

    30" Intersource #CA6200F Continuous Chip Processing System, Automatic Cart Dumper for incoming material, Hopper Infeed with U-Trough Screw Feed Conveyor, Model M2-2410 Shredder, Parts Separator prior to Wringer inlet, Model CA-6200 Continuous 30” Wringer
  • Interlake gravity racks

    (2) Interlake Selecta Flo 2000 gravity racks for bins or carton storage. Each roller rack is rated at 50# per foot. This is great application for FIFO (and gravity is included with each rack).
  • Miyano JNC 35 with LNS Barloader

    I have this machine for sale on ebay the link is I also have a video of this machine on you tube so you can hear the turret index and the spindle. We bought this machine new in 1985 and no longer use it and need the space. We can load this.
  • Pushers

    3/4" Round Stock Saver Pushers for 9/16 RA-6 ACME. New never used and manufactured by Hardinge
  • Collets

    3/4" Round Collets for 9/16 RA-6 ACME New, Never used and manufactured by Hardinge
  • Collet Tubes

    New, never used and manufactured by National Acme
  • Air blade for chip wringer

    Chip wringer air blades used in place of MayFran part number #170600. We have 12 new air blades that are not OEM. We have been using a local Fabricator to water jet cut and fabricate replacement blades from carbon steel sheet. In our aluminum chip wringer, the steel air blades outlasted the cast iron blades supplied by the manufacturer at about 50% of the cost. We've been using them for years but, now we no longer have the system.

Items Wanted