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Enco Knee Mill Model No.?


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Old 03-19-2010, 09:27:41 AM
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Default Enco Knee Mill Model No.?

I've purchased an Enco knee milling machine with a 2 hp 3ph motor, 10x48 table and weighs 2500-3000#. The only formal identification is a 1301988 serial number stamped on the tag showing the various spindle rpm's. I've called Enco and they have no method of tracing the S/N to determine the M/N.

I need an operating and maintenance manual.

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Default Re: Enco Knee Mill Model No.?

Harbor Freight has manuals on their website in PDF. You might luck out and it might be the same as your machine. Go here and down load the manual and compare it to your machine.

http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...emnumber=38850

The weight is 2500 pounds with variable speed head 2 HP.

Worth a shot anyway.


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