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Old 11-24-2023, 04:56 PM
J-an J-an is offline
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Default Seeking Tips and Leads for Pullmax Machine in Europe, Poland

Hello,

I am reaching out to the community with a specific inquiry and a warm greeting from Poland.

I am currently on the lookout for a Pullmax machine, and I was wondering if any of you could provide valuable tips or leads on where I might find one in Europe, particularly in Poland / Germany area. Your insights could be immensely helpful as I navigate this search.

If you have any recommendations, suggestions, or if you know of someone looking to part with a Pullmax machine, I would greatly appreciate your guidance.

Thank you in advance for your time and assistance.

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Jan
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Old 11-25-2023, 04:56 PM
Brzeczyszczykiewicz Brzeczyszczykiewicz is offline
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I have a Pullmax, sometimes I do something on it I can hint at something (I think). I am looking for tools because my machine was bare and cheerful. Where to buy it I don't know. If you would like to see something in action, write on priv because the translator can break.
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Old 12-01-2023, 06:49 AM
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Hi Jan
My suggestion is to start looking at used industrial machinery dealers in Poland in case you haven't tried to do this. Even if they say there's nothing available, see if they will record your details in case one walks in the door tomorrow? Dealers close to industrial centres have access to a wide variety of machinery and sometimes the won't bid on a machine if it has a low demand. However, if they know you're interested, they might do a deal to sell it on to you.
My story happened in such a similar manner - I had decided to build my own machine and went to a machine tool dealer to see if I could adapt something that existed into a P-max like reciprocal action.
The dealer asked me what machine I intended building; "A Pullmax-type machine", I replied.

"I have a Pullmax and a Trumph in the yard", he said. So I took the Pullmax P-21 which looked like it had hardly ever worked for less than it would have cost to build...

Best of luck in your search.
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Old 12-01-2023, 07:17 AM
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Yes it's right. In modern times, everyone is crazy about CNC logic and considers these machines to be scrap. I think that even the manufacturer of these machines had no idea of the possibilities of their use. And the band saw from cast iron is ready for a new life in EW the best.
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