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Billy Bean12/02/2018 21:18:47
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Would like to know which would be considered the better option as need something larger.

Thanks

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Neil Wyatt12/02/2018 21:27:46
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The ML10 is actually smaller than an ML7 (smaller than a long bed mini lathe, in fact).

3 1/4" centre height and no gap.

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Billy Bean12/02/2018 21:34:21
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Thanks Neil.

Coming from you, that's good enough for me so on the strength of your reply a ML7 it will be.

Sorted.

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Nick Hulme12/02/2018 21:34:33
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If you have chance of a Long Bed 7 it has a much deeper and more rigid bed casting than the standard length.

Mick B112/02/2018 21:51:31
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Yes, forget the 10. I ran a Speed 10 for 15 years.

Cute and well-made, but limiting. I don't miss it.

Mark Rand12/02/2018 23:37:10
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Posted by Nick Hulme on 12/02/2018 21:34:33:

If you have chance of a Long Bed 7 it has a much deeper and more rigid bed casting than the standard length.

 

It also has a 3/4" instead of the 5/8" leadscrew and the Super7 apron and Carriage, which is are improvement on the original ML7 one.

Edited By Mark Rand on 12/02/2018 23:37:46

Edited By Mark Rand on 12/02/2018 23:39:24

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