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CoCowboy30
12-05-2003, 12:45 AM
wysong Ironworker model 100
This machine is coming up at an auction and I have a few questions about this machine for anyone familier with it.
110,220,3phaze?
capabilities?
what is this machine worth used in good condition?
approx. dimentions and weight?
also Chicago 8' apron brake, mod. S-816

thx JC

Pat
12-05-2003, 05:53 AM
CoCowboy30,

If you go to www.carolinamachinery.com/cm_stock.html and check out Stock#U-1670 they have Wysong model 100 steelworker listed. Dosn't give a price or tell if it is new or used. This particular one weighs 1800 pounds and is wired 230/3/60. It also gives the punching, shearing, and other capacities. If you click on the stock number a screen comes up that allows you to ask questions about this machine........hope this helps,

Pat

Pat
12-05-2003, 05:58 AM
Ooooops,

According to the legend at the top of the Carolina Machinery page, the "U" in the stock number indicates the Wysong 100 is a used machine. Didn't notice this the first time, and caught it when I checked to see if the link I provided was going to work.

Pat.