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    i would rather suspect, that "in a very good shape" is not in such a good shape.

    OT: baer, i havent seen you around. where are you from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dian View Post
    i would rather suspect, that "in a very good shape" is not in such a good shape.
    Maybe it's this one :
    Schaublin 150 completely disassembled!

    :-)

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    Again, don't you think it's time for a few pics of that 150, NOW ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dian View Post
    i would rather suspect, that "in a very good shape" is not in such a good shape.

    OT: baer, i havent seen you around. where are you from?
    Hi

    Switzerland

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    If not for covid-19, it would have been in my garage already. Stuck at the port in a container... Hopefully the whole lockdown issue will be over by month end then I will be able to get it out of the crate and into my garage, photos will then follow!

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    I came all the way to page 3 for a picture of a schaublin 150. You let me down buddy! Get some posted already! 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walla.Knives View Post
    I came all the way to page 3 for a picture of a schaublin 150. You let me down buddy! Get some posted already! ��
    ? Better than even chance it has a very strong resemblance to ...ta da ... would you believe it?

    ,,, a Schaublin. "150", even?


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    Soon! All will be revealed!

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    Arrival day and after cleaning the shipping oil off her.

    Just have to still make leveling feet....

    (I hope the photo shows)
    schaub-150-arrival.jpg

    schaublin-150.jpg

    Shared album - Kobus Van Niekerk - Google Photos

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    A real beaty
    Congratulations
    You made a lott of people jealous

    Peter

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    Indeed
    Did not notice the scraping

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    Don't know why but everytime I try to edit a post of mine from my GSM, it gets deleted...

    So I repost here what I said before it disappeared : the machine is very beautiful and very clean, but the scraping marks on supposedly hardened bedways look *highly* suspect to me....

    Brings back memories from our Iron Tour with Peter but not the best ones....

    At any rate, more pics are needed !!!!
    Last edited by TNB; 05-29-2020 at 04:22 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter from Holland View Post
    You made a lott of people jealous

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    Only the ones who need to make square parts.

    Need to turn ROUND parts, yah need a ROUND lathe, yah?


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    Did I say something wrong ? 🙁

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    Been caught up in my daytime job, will post some more pics over the weekend! Have not been able to use the machine much, but, the parts that I have turned come out really well and you are able to keep tight tolerances, the one after the other.

    The bed is hard as nails, appears to me that when the machine was reconditioned, it was done more for visual effect than anything else, you cannot feel it at all, I have not measured it though but it doesn't concern me.

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    Sounds like very good news (except nails are usually soft as butter but I thinik you meant it is hard) !

    Looking forward to see more detailed pics and comments about the machine !


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