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    Hi I am a "newbie" to all of this and I bought used a Hamilton Mill (made in Baltimore, Ownings Mill I believe). It is missing a part name unknown, (told you I was new to all of this). I will send digital picture upon reqest. I build, from gunsmith grade parts, .45 automatic pistols, and plan on maybe small brass blackpowder cannons and steam engines from kits. Would I be better off with a new piece of equipment or can anybody suggest a good used part location?? I can be safely classified as interested but ignorant on this type of equipment..

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    Hamilton Associates Inc
    11403 Cronridge Drive, Owings Mills, MD 21117
    (410) 363-9020

    They don't still make the machines but may have parts?
    I doubt it.

    Good luck.
    mite

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    • #3
      Hi Rockin'Ron,

      Welcome to the best BBS in town, just along the corridor you'll find the gorilla's (please do not feed!), out back you'll find some Ozzies, and a Kiwi. I'm a Limey, so I'm in the little house, the other side of the pond (when you get out of the town limits!)

      As for your Mill ..... why not post us a picture here on the BBS, so we can suggest what can be done about it?

      RR

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      • #4
        Hey,
        Told you to post a picture! See you at the cabin fever show. Fred

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        • #5
          Consider making cannons in the 1â€‌ bore range there may be a market for that size. I have an one inch bore cannon, this thing is a blast to shoot.

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          • #6
            I whippe dup a quick web link with a few pictures....

            at:

            http://mysite.verizon.net/ronruben/

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            • #7
              Turn the headstock around the other way and add the missing cross slide and you will have something like a round bed Drumond Lathe.
              To invent, you need a good imagination - and a pile of junk. Thomas A. Edison

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              • #8
                Go to Tony's lathes www.lathes.co.uk
                Look under Hamilton Lathes Maryland. It is a combination lathe and horizontal mill. Interesting, I've never seen one.
                Jim H.

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                • #9
                  Thanks for all the help... finding the missing pieces promise to be fun.....

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