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I will be continueing this thread elsewhere!
Steamer all rights reserved
I will be continuing this thread elsewhere
Steamer All rights researved
If your worried about location and straightness...I would drill undersize, bore to .010 under with a single point boring bar to correct the drill...
No Worries Mate! I got Veggimite!
Thank you all for your kind words and support now and over the years. I am thankful to have contributed to you too! This forum has always been...
I would like to stop getting email notifications to my private email about updates in threads. I can't seem to find the settings in the account....
It is with great sadness that I tender my resignation as a Global Moderator here at HMEM effective immediately.
I need the time and frankly...
What ever it takes Don.
I think Harold Hall's book has a set of plans that describe the fixture appropriately. I don't think Rollie ever made plans...he just built one...
Well done CS!
This is a great build...and has obviously gotten by me.....I'll be watching.
Well Done! I like your thinking and approach! and wonderful photo's!
Nice set up and execution Jan! It's coming right along!
YES SIR! That is the way to do it! :bow:
No worries Mate!.....Like I said ...different ways of doing it...
I personaly feel it sacriligious to put a DRO on my 1937 souith bend lathe. It is a piece of history."
Well yes and no........
:big: Yes absolutely the same thing...just different sticky stuff!.....Tony bird uses those a lot! I use crazy glue because it's convenient....
If I had DRO's trust me I'd use them. ;D Every machine I own is for the most part old, and for the second part worn out.
It's also been called a "cats head" though was semblance it has to a cat is beyond me.... ;D
Turned up some bronze plunger pump rams using a rig...
Thank Bill Smith, Master Clockmaker for that one....it helps to read up on all kinds of apsects of machining....not just model...
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