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peak430/12/2019 22:08:06
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There's been a few times when I wish my little Boxford shaper was a bit bigger.
I wonder what this chap normally makes with his. wink


Michael Gilligan30/12/2019 22:34:36
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That’s nice yes


Jeff Dayman31/12/2019 00:30:44
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Chips and noise, by the look of it. (little chips, big noise)

Vidar31/12/2019 02:24:56
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Cute one

He might be taking it one step further? Making scale models with scale tools...

John Haine31/12/2019 07:51:49
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Or scale scale models...

Mikelkie28/11/2020 17:46:10
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Hi fellow M E's

Has anyone ever built a working model of an Alldays & Onions or similar pneumatic hammer?,

i'm unable to find drawings of such. Can anyone perhaps help?

Regards to all


David George 128/11/2020 23:18:49
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This is my Stuart lathe I made a few years ago. Complete with 4 jaw chuck collet set, keyless drill chuck and Jacobs chuck.





Steviegtr28/11/2020 23:45:10
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David you left the key in the chuck, naughty naughty. laugh Nice job.


Brian H29/11/2020 08:00:03
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That's an excellent little lathe David, did you also make any of the other Stuart machines?


Hopper29/11/2020 08:37:32
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Posted by Steviegtr on 28/11/2020 23:45:10:

David you left the key in the chuck, naughty naughty. laugh Nice job.


He could take some elf's head off with that!

Cute lathe though. And the shaper too.

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