Last Updated :Mon, Apr 23, 2018

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Everything You Need To Know About Bridgeport

 The Bridgeport®  name is synonymous with the world’s finest turret

milling machines. This reputation has been established since 1938

when the first Bridgeport®  Milling Machine was produced. The

Series I Standard continues to fulfill the industry’s need for a

machine that is accurate, reliable, versatile, and easy to operate.

In just over seventy years, Bridgeport®  craftsmen have produced

over 370,000 Series I Standard Mills. Hardinge Inc. stands behind

every machine it builds with parts, service and applications

support. With these traditions in mind we are pleased to present

the following quotation for your consideration and look forward to

the favor of your order.

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16.5" x 40" Used Bridgeport Romi EZ Path CNC Lathe, Mdl. Ez Path, Coolant System, Year (1...

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Stock No: #A3124
Manufacturer: BRIDGEPORT
Capacity: 16.5" x 40"
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9" x 42" Used Bridgeport Variable Speed Vertical Mill, Mdl. Series 1, Newall 2 Axis Digita...

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Stock No: #A4430
Manufacturer: BRIDGEPORT
Capacity: 9" x 42"
Category: Milling Machines
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Condition: Used Machinery

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