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    Default FS: 3-1/2 Hollands Vise, Union 9" Chuck,USA 7/16 RH Radius Cutting Tool For Lathe

    Located in Minnesota west of the Twin Cities
    Prices are before shipping,pickup availiable.

    1) Hollands 3-1/2 H Vise made in Erie, Pennsylvania
    One Rare Vintage Hollands 3-1/2 H Vise. Made in Erie, Pennsylvania.
    4" X 4-11/16" mounting pattern, 6-3/8" maximum opening. 9-3/8" long bar.
    Measures 15-1/4" inches long, 7-3/8" deep, and 6-1/2" wide at the base.
    I have to charge a $10.00 crating fee for the cost of wood.
    $250.00

    2) One Vintage Union Model 153-6, 9" Three (3) Jaw Lathe Chuck. 6-3/8" inches deep and 9-1/2" inches in diameter.
    2-3/8"-6 Threads. Chuck Key included. Will crate if sold.
    $125.00 plus $10.00 crating fee

    3) 7/16" Right Hand Radius Cutting Tool for manual or cnc lathe use. 4-1/2" inches long and 3/4" x 3/4" shank. Marked C6 Carbide, USA,
    H.T.C. Carbide tip is 3/16" of a inch thick. Still sharp!!!
    $20.00 shipped












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    That's a right-handed lathe tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awander View Post
    That's a right-handed lathe tool.
    The radius is on the left side of the tool. If I were moving towards the right I wouldn't be cutting a radius but if I were
    moving towards the left I would be cutting the radius. Sorry I had a different understanding of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rapala13 View Post
    The radius is on the left side of the tool. If I were moving towards the right I wouldn't be cutting a radius but if I were
    moving towards the left I would be cutting the radius. Sorry I had a different understanding of it.
    A right-handed lathe tool cuts while moving from right to left.

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    Yea, the vise is 80 tops, and the lathe Chuck isn’t worth the cost of shipping. IF you could put it on a spindle, and SOMEHOW get under .005 runout, ( highly unlikely) you could ask money for it. 60-70?

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    Another one, four posts and every one something for sale.


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