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Hi everyone,

I just found your forum and you all sound very knowledgeable so I thought I'd give you a go. Firstly, I apologise if this content isn't allowed on here. I'm sure someone will let me know if not.

I recently bought a job lot of tools and machines at auction, mainly for the Unimat Lathe that I needed for work. Included in the lot was a couple of key cutting machines, one being a "CEA York". I have trawled the internet trying to find information on this machine but cannot find one the same. If anyone knows anything about it, I would be grateful for your knowledge. I am trying to sell it but I have been asked if it cuts mortice keys and I have no idea.

Again, apologies if I am out of line asking on here, but thank you in advance for your time.

Kind regards,

Terri.

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17 hours ago, grahamparker said:

Maybe Frank Drebben had been using it !!.

Reminded me of this clip from Police Squad from many years ago with all the keys in the ceiling.

 

I love that, Police Squad , Airplane, Naked Gun. Naked Gun 2.1/2. Naked Gun 33.1/3. Brilliant writing. My sense of humour.

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20 hours ago, Terri said:

Hi everyone,

I just found your forum and you all sound very knowledgeable so I thought I'd give you a go. Firstly, I apologise if this content isn't allowed on here. I'm sure someone will let me know if not.

I recently bought a job lot of tools and machines at auction, mainly for the Unimat Lathe that I needed for work. Included in the lot was a couple of key cutting machines, one being a "CEA York". I have trawled the internet trying to find information on this machine but cannot find one the same. If anyone knows anything about it, I would be grateful for your knowledge. I am trying to sell it but I have been asked if it cuts mortice keys and I have no idea.

Again, apologies if I am out of line asking on here, but thank you in advance for your time.

Kind regards,

Terri.

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YORK2.JPG

YORK4.JPG

Not bad little machines. That looks a smaller version of my CEA Naty I've had for years. Cut thousands of keys on it. 

 

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