Emco Maier Compact 5 CNC Lathes and F-1 Mills are Still Around and in use Today. We have been Selling and Doing Service Work Since 1985 in N.C. and S.C. and Include the US.
The Emco CNC-5 is a Precision Machine when We Take a CNC-5 in on Trade or Buy a CNC-5, We Turn on the Machine to Check if it is Working, BUT we Never Move the Carriage or the Cross Slide MORE than a FEW Thousandths, WHY because ANY Rust or Nicks and Dings on the Ways can Damage the Underside of the Carriage and Cross-slide the same Applies to the Ballscrews, Even Discoloration on the Ways are a Red Flag to USE Caution.
The Next Step We Completely Disassemble The Machine and Clean Each Part, The Ways and Under Side of the Carriage and Cross-slide are Reworked and Polished, Gibbs are Re-adjusted, The Ball Screws are Cleaned and Re-adjusted, All of the Boards in the Control are Checked for Proper voltage and Amps, Any Parts That are NOT Functional are Repaired or Replaced. We Then Load a Program and Turn a Part, the Part and Program (on tape) stay with the Machine.
Take a Look at The Emco CNC-5 Sales Catalogs Below
We have Noticed Other Ebay Auctions Now Making Reference to Our Website and This Page for Information on Emco Machines, We Fundamentally Do Not Have a Problem with This Unless They are Intentionally Trying to Mislead a Bidder to Think that It is One Of Our Machines. Our Machines are Always Sold by email@example.com China Grove, North Carolina. ALWAYS Know What you Buying, STATEMENTS LIKE, The Spindle Runs, The Lights come on, The Slides Move, The Machine Was Cleaned, ONLY Mean you Have a MANUAL MACHINE Unless You RUN a Program and Cut a Part, Then Check the Finish and the Size DO YOU HAVE A CNC MACHINE, BUT If the Machine was NOT Adjusted Back to Factory Specifications YOU Have A CNC MACHINE That Makes Parts That are NO GOOD and Look Like They Were Made With A File. The Best Question to Ask is Have you
A CNC MACHINE HAS TO BE AS ACCURATE AS THE MICROMETER YOU USE TO MEASURE
PICTURES OF OTHER EMCO COMPACT-5 CNC MACHINES