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    I like your hone gage, great design neilw20.



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    IMO, thats a job you get other people to do. That is watchmaker type class. Excellent seeing that. I'm in the bigger is better crowd, but not always. Clarity of mind, cleanliness of work area, dedication to completion and an ample gift of patience is what I see needed here. Not to mention a whole nuther set of tooling.
    Hey! I just used an 1/8" flycutter. No you didn't! That was the 1/64th " rougher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billyum View Post
    I like your hone gage, great design neilw20.
    I got the idea from Ian...http://www.cnczone.com/forums/member.php?u=38630

    [SIZE=1][SIZE=2]Super X3. 3600rpm. Sheridan 6"x24" Lathe + more. Three ways to fix things:[/SIZE] The [SIZE=2]right way[/SIZE], the [SIZE=2]other way[/SIZE], and maybe [I][SIZE=2]your way[/SIZE][/I], which is possibly a [B][I]faster wrong way[/I][/B].[/SIZE]


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