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Old 01-24-2021, 07:57 PM
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Picked up a bunch of HSS lathe bits, carbide holders and a boring bar. 123 blocks, angle plates, 8x12 surface plate and a Phase II rotary table.
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Old 01-24-2021, 07:59 PM
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You get the quick change tool post holder for the two blocks? I know Abom79 uses that style and he like it.

Nice score on the rotary table, depending on price paid.

Overall, more tools- gotta love it!


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You get the quick change tool post holder for the two blocks? I know Abom79 uses that style and he like it.

Nice score on the rotary table, depending on price paid.

Overall, more tools- gotta love it!


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I'm wanting to put a multifix tool post on my Monarch lathe. Seem like a slick setup. These fit a size B multifix. If it doesn't work with the Monarch it should fit the Prentice lathe. When I saw the two holders I grabbed them. I do not have the tool post

I gave $50 for the rotary table. 12" size
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I'm wanting to put a multifix tool post on my Monarch lathe. Seem like a slick setup. These fit a size B multifix. If it doesn't work with the Monarch it should fit the Prentice lathe. When I saw the two holders I grabbed them. I do not have the tool post

I gave $50 for the rotary table. 12" size


That sounds like a nomination for a “You Suck”!

I just paid $100 for an 8” I think last month.



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Added a Grestner 042 to my growing collection of tool storage. $350
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Did it come with the machinist bible?


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I once ordered a box of 1-2-3 blocks from ENCO. Supposed to be one pair. I got a big heavy carton. I think it was a case of a dozen (2 dozen?) pair.

Back then I got a 12" x 18" x 3" and about a 9" x 12" granite surface plates for a super cheap price and I think free shipping. Then I found a 24" x 36" Do-All 5" plate locally for $50.

My son was offered a virtually unused Yuasa rotary table from the school he attended. But it was huge, maybe 18 - 24", weighed hundreds of pounds so he declined. Good buy on your 12".
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Added a Grestner 042 to my growing collection of tool storage. $350

Spelled Gerstner, but that’s a nice box, and a really nice stand for it as well. I had an oak toolmaker’s box, I would call it a junior or apprentice style, unknown make, no mirror, and in well used, bordering on rough shape. Sold it a few weeks ago for about half of what you paid for that. I’d say you did okay on that one.


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