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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

    Peter

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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

    Peter
    Only the ones who need to make square parts.

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



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