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    I have 6 adjustable lathe dogs for sale. Asking $25 each including shipping to U.S. and Canada. Thanks Mike

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    Are those actually called grinding carriers instead of lathe dogs? (for cylindrical grinding)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis In SC View Post
    Are those actually called grinding carriers instead of lathe dogs? (for cylindrical grinding)

    what is the dimension of holder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis In SC View Post
    Are those actually called grinding carriers instead of lathe dogs? (for cylindrical grinding)
    I dont think so. I think officially they are bent-tail lathe dogs, for holding non-round work.
    The ones for grinders have a round window for the workpiece, and a V-shaped notch on the outside to engage a drive pin typically attached to a rotating part of the workhead spindle.

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    The larger ones can hold up to 3" material.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrous Antiquos View Post
    I dont think so. I think officially they are bent-tail lathe dogs, for holding non-round work.
    The ones for grinders have a round window for the workpiece, and a V-shaped notch on the outside to engage a drive pin typically attached to a rotating part of the workhead spindle.
    Yes, after a second look, I agree they are lathe dogs, due to the tail..They look like they are well-made...


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