“Win the game”
In the throes of college basketball tourney time do or die, a simple, but effective message that a power forward from my favorite college team wrote on a whiteboard during a timeout a few years back.
Is this the message of March, a time for brackets and the grandeur of the NCAA basketball tourney?
It is not.
“Win the month”
That is the message this March for machinists.
SAVE 10% OFF MACHINES
How do you win the month?
By checking out LeBlond’s March Mayhem sale where you can get 10% off LeBlond and K.O. Lee machinery if you submit a purchase order before March 31, 2019 for shipments in 2019.
To get 10% off machinery, fil out an RFQ here.
But that’s not it.
40% OFF K.O. LEE EXPANDING MANDRELS
During LeBlond’s March Mayhem, you can save 40% off K.O. Lee Expanding Mandrels during the month. These indispensable workholding tools have a wide range of expansion and fit 3/8” to 5-1/2” (9.5 to 139.7mm) holes.
That means you can save as much as $1,352 off a KM7 K.O. Lee Expanding Mandrel set that has a range of expansion of 2-1/2’ to 5-1/2” or 53.6 to 139.7mm.
To take advantage of LeBlond’s March Madness, fill out an RFQ here.
WHAT MACHINE DO YOU NEED?
Do you need a manual lathe with a swing from 14” to as much as 40”?
How about a K.O. Lee Surface Grinder with a 6” x 18”, 8” x 20”, 10” x 20”, 12” x 24” or 16” x 32” working surface table with a bed made of durable Meehanite cast iron?
HOW ABOUT A K.O. LEE TOOL CUTTER?
Or perhaps you need a 40M or 60M K.O. Lee Tool Cutter Grinder with a centralized lubrication system and table that can be easily controlled from fine to rapid feed range?
So machinists, it’s time to win the month and score savings during LeBlond’s March Mayhem sale with 10% off machines and 40% off K.O. Lee Expanding Mandrels.
To take advantage of this sale, fill out an RFQ here.
LeBlond or K.O. Lee equipment, click this RFQ …
OEM parts for LeBlond, K.O. Lee, Standard Modern, Johnson Press, Deka Drill or W.F. & John Barnes, click this form …
OR call us at +1 (888) 532-5663.
I have my dad lathe and it was damaged when it was shipped to my shop. The worst is the taper attachment plate was bent and one of the shafts the cross shaft was bent. I’m not even sure which model it is at this point it’s been in storage. But I believe it’s a 17-inch and it’s an older model possibly World War ii-era. I will get the information and contact you when I’m able to get it up and running and back in service. Thank you
No problem, Randy! Thanks for getting in touch. We look forward to hearing from you once you get your machine going.