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    I have to call this one the "Clown Lathe" because...

    I have to call this one the "Clown Lathe" because of all the different colors. It's like he didn't have enough of any one color to paint it.

    Steve
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    No you don't. The ends of the rods are pointy and...

    No you don't. The ends of the rods are pointy and sharp, and the spring is very strong compared to what you would see in something like a telescoping gauge.

    It digs in and stays put.

    Steve
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    Recently sold an item. Turned out a small part...

    Recently sold an item. Turned out a small part inside was broken, making it useless. Refunded the buyers total including shipping and didn't bother with returning it.

    Result was positive feedback...
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    I had a seller selling an item for $4 which would...

    I had a seller selling an item for $4 which would fit in a small flat rate box (actually four of them could) and the shipping was something like $25. They actually refused to use a flat-rate box....
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    Probably quite a bit more, since it's all the...

    Probably quite a bit more, since it's all the toolboxes and all the tools on the table.

    The Gerstner box would be $400, and that might be what you meant.

    Nice vise.

    $3,000, no way. How...
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    Yes, I just haven't gotten it up to the top of my...

    Yes, I just haven't gotten it up to the top of my list.

    This is for the P&W mill, and the adjustment screw needs to be offset to the side. There was one on ebay that went for cheap, but I didn't...
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    OK, rather than modifying a south bend part, let...

    OK, rather than modifying a south bend part, let Lazz have it.

    Steve
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    OK, what I need it to fit is 3-3/4 wide at the...

    OK, what I need it to fit is 3-3/4 wide at the outside of the dovetail, 2.75 in the valley and 4-1/4" across two 1/2" dowel pins.

    If that will fit, I'll take it.

    This would be for the vertical...
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    I'm interested if it fits. Be right back with...

    I'm interested if it fits.

    Be right back with measurements.

    Steve
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    Precision Devices Reference Standard PDR-6

    Here is a Precision Devices Reference Standard model PDR-6

    This is used for calibrating surface roughness gauges.

    It has separate surfaces marked "Calibration", "Linearity" and "Stylus Check"....
  11. Kennametal Drilling Inserts, dtf05t308bld, Form W, total of 16 inserts

    Here are some Kennametal drilling inserts. Three full boxes of five plus one extra.

    The grade is KC720, which is described by the manufacturer as:
    Composition: A tough, durable PVD TiN coating...
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    Band-it strapping tool, straps and buckles

    Band-it banding strapping tool. Package has no ZIP code, it so it dates to before 1966. The tool tightens and cuts Band-it stainless steel banding. Band-it is used for clamping hose, pipe, tanks,...
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    To make the most money, sell everything...

    To make the most money, sell everything separately.

    If you do that, it would be crime and we will hunt you down.

    My guess is that anyone looking to trade a Bridgeport is probably going to be...
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    Did the same for B&S 7. Have enough to do just...

    Did the same for B&S 7. Have enough to do just about anything I need with my M-head.

    Steve
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    For small milling, a vise will be useful. You're...

    For small milling, a vise will be useful. You're not going to be milling a cylinder head in a vise.

    There are some decent import vises, but depending on where you are and some luck, you may be...
  16. Typical spindle nose for 9" and 10k South Bend,...

    Typical spindle nose for 9" and 10k South Bend, smaller Logans and 9"-12" Atlas.

    Steve
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    Posting the pictures so that they will stay once...

    Posting the pictures so that they will stay once the post is taken down.

    Steve
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    Most professionals aren't going to risk damaging...

    Most professionals aren't going to risk damaging a $1000 part by saving $12 on an end mill. False economy.

    A lot of the market for that stuff is hobby guys like me, and we are notoriously cheap. ...
  19. Do you have anything coarser? I have more 10,...

    Do you have anything coarser?

    I have more 10, 14, 18 and 24 than I need, and need some for wood.

    Steve
  20. Thread: Old vice grips

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    "Tool production will begin on Monday, Oct. 22nd...

    "Tool production will begin on Monday, Oct. 22nd and the official launch date of the tool is still to be determined."

    That was October of last year, but I could not find any launch date.

    Steve
  21. Thread: Old vice grips

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    Yes. On Vice Grips, you have to reach under the...

    Yes. On Vice Grips, you have to reach under the handle and push out, which is hard to to (your grip is MUCH stronger than your ability to open your hand). On the Craftsman, the release lever sticks...
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    Yea, you'd want to find one actively building /...

    Yea, you'd want to find one actively building / fixing something.

    Steve
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    If you can't sell it, see if a railroad museum...

    If you can't sell it, see if a railroad museum that does restorations can use it (probably a good size for connecting rods), donate it and take a tax writeoff for the retail value.

    Steve
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  25. Here's the Dawn offset vice. Steve

    Here's the Dawn offset vice.

    Steve
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