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    If I remember correctly, the Machado copies are square?
    And the Original Machidas are round, does this sound right J ?
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    Carlos, PM coming. I saw them at your house last month.
    Will there be three phase!!!!

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    Sold, pending payment..

    Thanks!,
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    I take it that my PM'd offer to buy just one was "unacceptable"..
    Oh well if Vidal needs all of them , what can one do...
    Cheers

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    ^^^^ Machida grating.

    I could be interested in one if the sale to Mr. Wolf falls through

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    Default Machida gratings for sale

    I have three Machida FDG-50u gratings for sale. One is NIB unmounted, the other two are mounted in 1" (approx) dia black aluminum cylinders.
    The cylinders have a 6-32 tapped hole on the side to facilitate a bracket
    The gratings are 1/2"x 1/2" with an active area of 1/4" x 1/2".
    Last time I saw these discussed in this thread was around 2010- they are even harder to find now-
    Unmounted- $200
    Mounted- $250
    These are genuine Machida- NOT the German knock-offs. When oriented correctly in the beam path they exhibit no center order, unlike the knock-offs.

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    Hey glorocks, I am very interested and sent you a PM! Got any photos of the glass/cylinders?
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    neVermind.....more cowbell....please....

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    Default Macida gratings for sale

    I have two Machida (NOT Machada) gratings for sale.
    They are the 50u and are mounted in anodized cylinders approx. 1" in dia and 1" long. The cylinders have a 6-32 tapped hole on one side to facilitate mounting. Also have a couple of table mounts for 2" beam hieght-
    The gratings are 1/2" x 1/2" and have an active area of 1/4" z 1/2"
    Asking $250 each

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    Quote Originally Posted by glorocks View Post
    I have three Machida FDG-50u gratings for sale. One is NIB unmounted, the other two are mounted in 1" (approx) dia black aluminum cylinders.
    The cylinders have a 6-32 tapped hole on the side to facilitate a bracket
    The gratings are 1/2"x 1/2" with an active area of 1/4" x 1/2".
    Last time I saw these discussed in this thread was around 2010- they are even harder to find now-
    Unmounted- $200
    Mounted- $250
    These are genuine Machida- NOT the German knock-offs. When oriented correctly in the beam path they exhibit no center order, unlike the knock-offs.
    The unmounted grating has been sold, but I still have the two mounted ones for sale

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