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Making a centre finder for the mill

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Steviegtr22/05/2020 00:48:10
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Trolling the youtube tonight for a camera revue, when this popped up. It is a guy called the recreational machinist.

He makes all sorts of things & this one is him making a centre finder attachment for a dti gauge. No bull approach just his commentary as he does it. I am an absolute amateur & even though I do not need what he is making it was very educational to watch. Even if there are things being made that you do not want, you get an education just by seeing it being made.

Regards all.


Making a centre finder holder

Pete.22/05/2020 01:04:34
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Nice recommendation, straight to point without all the dithering so many ytoutubers seem to do.

I'd definitely watch more from him.


Paul Lousick22/05/2020 02:00:56
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Informative video and straight to the point without listening to someone who likes the sound of their own voice. The video has also been edited to take out unwanted frames and keep it short. (I normally switch off long winded posts and never watch them to the end)


Michael Gilligan22/05/2020 08:39:37
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Excellent find, Steve ... Thanks for the link

yes MichaelG.

Steviegtr23/05/2020 03:16:00
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Who is this guy. He seems to be very clever with a lathe & milling machine.



Edward Preston 112/06/2020 23:47:09
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Great link thanks! He's certainly made a really nice job of that.

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