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    Default Hardinge radius tool video?

    Good day all.
    I'm new to this site, but not to machining.
    I was wondering if anyone has or could do a short video of installing and adjusting the L9 radius tool for an HLVH?
    Wouldn't have to actually cut anything.
    I'm debating to buy one (used), or make one??

    Thanks, Sid

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    I have one for the 7" bed HLV-H or TFB-H, but have not used it, so no video. I will sell it, since it is just sitting on a shelf. I did use the smaller 3.5" bed version on my HSL once years ago to make an aluminum ball knob for a vise handle, and it did work. But no video on that one either.

    Larry

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    Quote Originally Posted by L Vanice View Post
    I have one for the 7" bed HLV-H or TFB-H, but have not used it, so no video. I will sell it, since it is just sitting on a shelf. I did use the smaller 3.5" bed version on my HSL once years ago to make an aluminum ball knob for a vise handle, and it did work. But no video on that one either.

    Larry
    That's encouraging!
    Can you pm me with details?

    Thanks, Sid

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    Larry, a picture or 2 for the rest of us would be nice. Ideas filed away for future projects and all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FredC View Post
    Larry, a picture or 2 for the rest of us would be nice. Ideas filed away for future projects and all.
    This is my L9 that fits the HLV-H and TFB-H lathes. The D14 is identical except for a thinner bottom that fits the smaller swing and bed of the DV59 and HSL lathes.

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    Larry

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    Larry, that is a nice looking attachment. If I was younger, I would sure take that off your hands. Building something that nice would be an undertaking. I am seeing retirement in my near future and it would be sitting on the shelf here also.


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