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    Quote Originally Posted by michiganbuck View Post
    Yes, the ad did mention it.
    and yes it's a 16" in single phase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post

    Lots of upgrades but I'm surprised he didn't go all the way and bring the motor up to 2 HP. Well, an opportunity open to the new owner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Odd. brand new NOS, so hard to put a real "todays" price on it.
    But I think the price is a wee bit off.....
    DELTA 33-410 16" LONG ARM RADIAL SAW w/ 4 BLADES - tools - by owner...
    I was unaware Delta made this style saw this late. The split arm is so much more useful than the usual pivot from the post style

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    He claims to have used the full swing and made a 7" part. I have done quite a few "don't try this at home" operations when I lacked a lot of equipment starting out, but I wouldn't try that wearing a suit of armor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    He claims to have used the full swing and made a 7" part. I have done quite a few "don't try this at home" operations when I lacked a lot of equipment starting out, but I wouldn't try that wearing a suit of armor.

    And claims accuracy of + or - 0.0002" . Would that be runout?

    There is just no way a Harbor Freight lathe would have give that accuracy unless there was some major rework and replacement of parts, such that it wasn't a HF lathe anymore, correct ?

    The HLVH at our college will hold tenths, according to the instructor, but the other larger manual lathes won't. This HF lathe is supposed to be as accurate as an HLVH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spud View Post
    The HLVH at our college will hold tenths, according to the instructor, but the other larger manual lathes won't. This HF lathe is supposed to be as accurate as an HLVH
    I always wondered what people mean by that on a piece of manual equipment. Are they claiming if they don't upset the x-axis dial it will repeat on a quantity of the same parts or that if dialed down to the same spot the cut diameter varies no more than +/- .0002? I would venture a guess due to lack of rigidity an HF 7 x 10 lathe won't even hold +/-.0002 in the same cut along the z-axis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spud View Post
    And claims accuracy of + or - 0.0002" . Would that be runout?

    There is just no way a Harbor Freight lathe would have give that accuracy unless there was some major rework and replacement of parts, such that it wasn't a HF lathe anymore, correct ?

    The HLVH at our college will hold tenths, according to the instructor, but the other larger manual lathes won't. This HF lathe is supposed to be as accurate as an HLVH
    Quote from the ad: "...collets with very good accuracy (+- .0002 typical)." And no collets are shown or listed in the ad.

    I have seen collets from China listed on eBay with a claim of .0002" accuracy. I suppose it is possible, sometimes, but I would not bet on it. And collet accuracy says nothing about the lathe's accuracy or the collet chuck's accuracy.

    Larry

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    Quote Originally Posted by L Vanice View Post
    Quote from the ad: "...collets with very good accuracy (+- .0002 typical)." And no collets are shown or listed in the ad.

    I have seen collets from China listed on eBay with a claim of .0002" accuracy. I suppose it is possible, sometimes, but I would not bet on it. And collet accuracy says nothing about the lathe's accuracy or the collet chuck's accuracy.

    Larry

    Ahh ok, I guess I read his description wrong. How would he ascertain the collets were the stated accuracy on that lathe without the lathe being atleast as accurate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spud View Post
    Ahh ok, I guess I read his description wrong. How would he ascertain the collets were the stated accuracy on that lathe without the lathe being atleast as accurate?
    Because the whole advert is a big lie ?

    I wonder why he didn't add a toolpost grinder to it ?

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    not seeing any sign of collets in the pictures. Just a pile of the cheapest tooling available to accompany it. That thing has a chuck on it that I wouldn't trust to hold .02"

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    He is probably measuring his .0002 with a yardstick! LOL

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    With a 7" piece, it would be like a cartoon - where the lathe itself would spin around and the 7" piece would stay stationary.

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    Machinist needed - wanted - by owner - sale

    I'm not really sure what the advert wants.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Machinist needed - wanted - by owner - sale

    I'm not really sure what the advert wants.....

    Wow, he must work for the government!

    -Ron

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    He's building a gun!
    Call the cops!


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    Quote Originally Posted by dkmc View Post
    He's building a gun!
    Call the cops!

    likely a bb gun part or device. We need to get rid of those and then slingshots, throwing size stones and rocks, and pea shooters. likely need to also get rid of hammers, screwdrivers, pencils with a sharp point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Machinist needed - wanted - by owner - sale

    I'm not really sure what the advert wants.....
    I think these are the same peeple.....


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