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richardandtracy29/10/2013 12:42:24
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Reading glasses for workshop use...

Maybe that's just my age showing. Failing those, I do regard my 14lb sledge as a stress relief toy, and my graduated adjustable spanner vernier calliper is used for everything under 6" long. Got it from Screwfix when they only sold mechanical ones and it's as good now as it was when I bought it. Never have to change a battery either.

Regards,

Richard

WALLACE29/10/2013 13:02:17
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Certainly an eye loop. Several are good as they bounce and roll a suprising way when you drop them !

Lever test indicator for truing up in the 4 jaw is invaluable as well.

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Russell Eberhardt29/10/2013 13:35:53
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Posted by Richard Williams 7 on 29/10/2013 12:42:24:I do regard my 14lb sledge as a stress relief toy

I have one of those but it seems to be getting heavier now sad

Russell.

WALLACE29/10/2013 13:44:53
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Swear box for when you take too deep a roughing cut..... ... .

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magpie29/10/2013 18:51:57
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My brill CNC wife (cash never controlled).

Howard Lewis30/10/2013 21:32:24
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Any ideas on how I can modify / update mine? Actually not too difficult a job for mine, but I still wonder how much the job will cost! First operation, presumably, is to get a good credit account at the florist, then the perfumier.

Now and again EVERY tool has a time when it is indispensible; if you need it and have not got it,

You Gotta Have It!

Every time that my lathe has been out of commission (changing shops and so on) I have felt very vulnerable.

Howard

Mike Armitage30/10/2013 21:52:36
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Safety glasses with bi focal 3x lenses

John Stevenson30/10/2013 22:46:34
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Kettle followed by the fork lift, commonly known as Johns mobility scooter

John McNamara30/10/2013 22:48:00
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To keep the grey matter in top shape during the day...
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And late-r-ron... Or at least at beer O'clock if its a hot day...

**LINK**

Cheers
John

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