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Post Wed Jan 20, 2016 10:25 pm

ILCO MINUTE

I bid on this but didn't get it. It would have been a 3 hour drive ONE way.

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Post Wed Jan 20, 2016 11:02 pm

Re: ILCO MINUTE

Damn that is a cool machine.
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Post Wed Jan 20, 2016 11:47 pm

Re: ILCO MINUTE

That is the very machine I use to cut bit keys on. It is a work horse. The standard key machine part of mine is pretty worn out, I have a feeling that whoever had it before me only used that part of the machine. Also, the small slotter (cutter) is virtually impossible to find. In their brilliance Ilco redesigned it and left it with the same part number. They do not interchange! I found a distributor with one of the old ones on his shelf, otherwise I would not have a small cutter. (The original slotter like I have, is threaded and screws onto the shaft. The newer design slides on and needs a nut, like most cutters. This machine has the older design also.)
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