I am selling my bat manufacturing machinery as detailed below. After a couple of years of not producing bats, it's time to move on and move the machinery. I prefer a bulk sale to include the items listed below. Price is $16,000.00 and includes all of the following:Vega D-48 Duplicator with diamond V-CutterJet Lathe - 1442 - 1.5 hp*Used with above duplicator for 1 off bats and sandingBat Cupping Set-UpJet JDP-15M Drill Press, w 3" Pass Through Scroll ChuckSelf-Centering set-up that produces…See More
For you smaller bat turners out there, I have some bat billets for sale. These are prime, hand-split billets available in Yellow Birch and Ash. Selling by the 6 pack and in multiples of 6. I will do my best to vary the weights in each 6 pack. These are off the skid and sorted by the two weight classifications below only. Purchased from Leatherstocking Billet Co. in late November 2014. 37" billets.Hand-Split Prime Birch, 99 oz or less - $28.50 ea - 6 ea minimumHand-Split Prime Birch, 100 -…See More
"Like anything in the bat business - you gotta throw money at it....What I did is use a Gripper Welding Chuck - get one with at least a 3" pass through. I then had a local machine ship mount it to my drill press table and problem solved.…"
"Matt, I know this is and old post but i'm at this very same point in my cupping operation. I figured out the v-block but I have to readjust each bat to center the cup on the barrel. I can get the job done but it takes too much time and its…"
Hi guys - I am running a Centauro T5 for bats and I need to upgrade my dust collection system. You bat makers running copy/cnc lathes, what do you use? Do you use a 2-stage system? My current system is a single stage starter system that can't keep up with the shavings the T5 can produce. Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks guys - Matt AverySee More
"I for one think that is a great idea and very nice of you to offer. I think you'd find even non-bat makers interested in the course. Coaches, adult league players, etc. It'd also make a great gift for the baseball enthusiast,…"
We would like discussion from hitters on wooden bat quality, model choices, wood specie preference and bat performance. As we all know the wooden bat marketplace is flooded with many brands and quality ranges .What is the best bat wood for you?
In addition to playing baseball I own and operate Avery Bats, LLC. Avery Bats specializes in hand made wood bats for all levels of competitive play. For more information, please check my website www.averybats.com