Here is a link to the pix.
Also it is actually 480V 3 Phase. Guess I have Mopar on the brain.
63 MKII Sprite (Herbytoy - patiently waiting)
62 MKII Sprite (the "resto-mod" driver)
00 Dakota R/T (the new toy)
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Herby
Sent: Thursday, July 05, 2007 5:39 PM
Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] bridgeport or cincinnati mill?
Sorry for not responding sooner. At work all day and no access to this
The mill is a Moog Hydra-Point, 83-3000MC. See an old info sheet here
<http://www.herbytoys.com/images/moog2.jpg> . Power is 440V 3 phase
(straight into machine, no external converter). Apparently these mills are
manual Bridgeports that were "upgraded" to NC by Moog. This one has been
converted to full CNC. The original tape reader is not available. The only
known (meaning to the best of the machinists recollection!!) problem is the
tool changer does not work. This is why we stopped using it. They could not
discern the issue so we just pulled the fixturing off and moved it to our
Haas. This Moog has not been used in at least 10 years. Machine is located
in San Leandro, CA about 5 minutes from OAK (Oakland Int'l Airport).
If there is serious interest I will get some pix tomorrow.
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