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Grizzly G0463 Mill/Drill

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Grizzly G0463 Mill/Drill + Grizzly G1646 Precision R-8 Collet Set, 12-Piece
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Technical Details
Part Number X3
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions32 x 32 x 40 inches
Item model numberG0463
SizeNot applicable
ColorNot applicable
StyleGrizzly
Item Package Quantity1
Measurement Systemboth
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB000E360G6
Best Sellers Rank #704,551 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJune 5, 2013
  
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Grizzly Industrial, Inc. has grown into one of the largest machinery companies in the United States. Our products can be found in all sizes of shops from the large industrial production users to the smaller cabinet and machine shops. We have the widest product selection under one brand in the world and we sell direct to the user, cutting out the dealer network and resulting in lower prices to you. We ship 99% of all orders the same day and with over a million square feet of warehouse space packed with inventory in three strategic locations around the country, your order can get to you within a few days.

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Grizzly G0463 Mill / Drill

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118 of 118 people found the following review helpful By Bruce on November 11, 2009
This small mill has a big following among the home shop machinist crowd (both US and international) due to its unique "small-medium" size, its reputation for decent quality and good durability, and its square column which makes it a much easier machine to mill with, compared to a mid-sized round-column mill-drill which must be re-trammed whenever the head is raised or lowered. It has a surprisingly good envelope size for its weight. Buy a machine with double its weight, and you might get another inch or two in the X, Y, and Z directions.

The X3 is considered a benchtop mill at 360 lbs, and has gained a loyal following, despite being snubbed by serious machinists who own 2000 lb Bridgeports and the like. It's manufactured by the Chinese firm Sieg, and its official name is the Sieg X3, but it's rebadged and sold by Grizzly (and used to be sold by HF but no more). The Grizzly rebranded models are often recommended, because Grizzly is thought to have more strict quality control procedures than some other importers. Sieg also makes the Super X3 model (Grizzly calls it the G0619) which adds some electronics and a tilting head. Sieg also makes two smaller mills, the X1 and the X2. Recently Sieg created the full-CNC version of the X3 called the KX3. There's a considerably larger X4 in the works, I think around 700 lbs, sort of a Rong-Fu 45 type machine. There are active Yahoo groups devoted to the X3 and the SX3 mills, including "Sieg-SX3-C6B," "X_Series_Mills," and "X3_small_mill." You can also find some Sieg owners at the Home Shop Machinist forum. But don't try to discuss this mill at the Practical Machinist forum; they won't discuss Chinese-made mills.
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