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Hi,

Does anybody have the specs on a Servo type 80 power feed? How does it compare to a 150?

I see a non-working type 80 on EBay and I'm wondering if it is worth fixing for my home shop. Parts seem to be available.

Any opinions welcome.

Have a great day,

Mike.
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Default Re: Servo type 80

Not sure if you can get parts for the broken one.
Or, just buy one of the chin ebay units. I just did.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/POWER-FEED-X...3D222495425183

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Free...08.4.86.i6vRJZ

You can get parts from this outfit.
https://www.bestlinepro.com/default.asp
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These guys claim to have parts for the type 80.

http://www.icai-online.com/servo-type-80/

I suppose I should call them to be sure before I dive into the project.
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Cool! Might be worth it then. I have the adapter mount for the chin units to Bridgeport that I didn't need as I had to fab a mount for my machine. It's in the recycle bin so let me know if you need it as Tuesday is Gman day. Ok, holiday so Wed.

edit: Same part that he's asking $35 for.

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Someone beat me too it.

Oh well, thanks anyway.
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Here's one and pretty cheap.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/X-AXIS-POWER...3D201922728642

Love the label! Do not run for a long time to avoid product fever.
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That is funny. Somebody made a good effort but ultimately missed the mark on that translation.
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