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    Default Machine Showcase, Guides & Review Videos

    On this thread, I will be constantly updating videos of machine tools, cnc, manuals, milling, and other types of machines as a showcase, guide, & reviews.

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    Here is a Guide and Review for the TOS W100A Boring Mill from Vansdorf


    Let me know what you think?

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    This is not going to go the way you think it's going to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeachMePlease View Post
    This is not going to go the way you think it's going to go.

    In before the wet blankets........

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeachMePlease View Post
    This is not going to go the way you think it's going to go.
    Naw....Who said it "Any Publicity is good publicity" ?

    This must be the "Participate More" that Mebfab talks about….

    Can we get a 1970's leisure suit for Stan please ? In Volkswagen-seat-covering-material plaid …..

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    Must admit I watched a couple of videos, stanko lathe rebuild, bed grind on a converted gantry mill, quite good, having used a few stanko machines they were fairly good really, I prefer DSG but beggars can’t be choosers I suppose, odd thing with the stankos we had was somthing I didn’t know, you can power feed the carriage with the spindle in neutral, not rapid, actual leadscrew, how odd I thought.
    The HBM (tos) was just like I remember, bloody confusing controls, plenty of opportunities to really mess up a perfectly fine part by feeding the wrong thing ( you get good at welding up cutter diameter holes about 1/16 deep.
    Mark

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    Is this guy a site sponsor? Seems shady for a dealer (which this guy clearly is) to be advertising otherwise.

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    Default Robert BLOHM Simplex Surface Grinder (Simple Machine Showcase)


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    The ones that will complain are the one that only post to get their post and like each other scores up!
    The usual old mildewed forum slobs that have no projects, show no photos just sit here and spew the usual rot, really do not like photos.
    It seems, anyone making money with machinery is to be instantly trashed on this "for professionals" forum....
    I say more phots and less bull shit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by donie View Post
    The ones that will complain are the one that only post to get their post and like each other scores up!
    The usual old mildewed forum slobs that have no projects, show no photos just sit here and spew the usual rot, really do not like photos.
    It seems, anyone making money with machinery is to be instantly trashed on this "for professionals" forum....
    I say more phots and less bull shit!

    So much for that.

    You threatened to leave at least five times now. Do us a favor, please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChipSplitter View Post
    So much for that.

    You threatened to leave at least five times now. Do us a favor, please.
    LOL! Fat chance!

    Plenty of "Walla-Walla-whine" left in our small-d-the-COVID-orphaned-drama-queen.

    Whaddid MacArthur say?

    "Old drama-queens never die, they just slowly felch away..."

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    Default Manual Lathe Rebuilding (Part 4) - GAP Removal and Repair

    Here is one of our episodes that shows Stanko 1M63 Manual Lathe Rebuilding, I hope this one helps you or find it entertaining as one of our staff works on the gap and repair it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by eKretz View Post
    Is this guy a site sponsor? Seems shady for a dealer (which this guy clearly is) to be advertising otherwise.
    Oh, I'm not really trying to sell these machines to this thread, I usually put it on the commerce forum, I only post stuff in general since its about machine and maybe it's a good content to show machines in general. #notsponsored

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    Quote Originally Posted by boslab View Post
    Must admit I watched a couple of videos, stanko lathe rebuild, bed grind on a converted gantry mill, quite good, having used a few stanko machines they were fairly good really, I prefer DSG but beggars can’t be choosers I suppose, odd thing with the stankos we had was somthing I didn’t know, you can power feed the carriage with the spindle in neutral, not rapid, actual leadscrew, how odd I thought.
    The HBM (tos) was just like I remember, bloody confusing controls, plenty of opportunities to really mess up a perfectly fine part by feeding the wrong thing ( you get good at welding up cutter diameter holes about 1/16 deep.
    Mark
    Thank you, just really trying to get more contents out their TBH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan Canada View Post
    Thank you, just really trying to get more contents out their TBH
    I'm good with all that!

    The more "outside" info, the better.

    What's the POINT of, for example, someone posting same-old-same-old 10EE .... with the dirt in a different place .. or yet-another shade of paint ... than the other many tens of thousands they built .... from the exact same dang castings and finish-machined parts?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan Canada View Post
    i must be dreaming, last time i looked this video was about adjusting a clutch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dian View Post
    i must be dreaming, last time i looked this video was about adjusting a clutch.
    Well you were wrong.

    "If it walks like a duck...."

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    What's the POINT of, for example, someone posting same-old-same-old 10EE .... with the dirt in a different place .. or yet-another shade of paint ... than the other many tens of thousands they built .... from the exact same dang castings and finish-machined parts?


    Come on termite! Do something, make something!
    Trolling about monarch ee lathes is just too funny from the most famous lathe shamer ever on this board. You being at the bottom end of the subject anyway.
    come on little man, post a photo of your junk collection

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    Quote Originally Posted by donie View Post
    What's the POINT of, for example, someone posting same-old-same-old 10EE .... with the dirt in a different place .. or yet-another shade of paint ... than the other many tens of thousands they built .... from the exact same dang castings and finish-machined parts?


    Come on termite! Do something, make something!
    Trolling about monarch ee lathes is just too funny from the most famous lathe shamer ever on this board. You being at the bottom end of the subject anyway.
    come on little man, post a photo of your junk collection



    Quote Originally Posted by ChipSplitter View Post
    So much for that.

    You threatened to leave at least five times now. Do us a favor, please.
    You may leave now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donie View Post
    What's the POINT of, for example, someone posting same-old-same-old 10EE .... with the dirt in a different place .. or yet-another shade of paint ... than the other many tens of thousands they built .... from the exact same dang castings and finish-machined parts?


    Come on termite! Do something, make something!
    Trolling about monarch ee lathes is just too funny from the most famous lathe shamer ever on this board. You being at the bottom end of the subject anyway.
    come on little man, post a photo of your junk collection
    ...and in comes Howard stage left....:d
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