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Old 01-15-2010, 08:40 PM   #90
Mr. Cob
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Originally Posted by Bake
Me too. Maybe it's just because I learned on them first. Most shops just had a lathe guy, and you sent your stuff to him, and made everything else yourself

I had an Enco in the early '80s, mill drill like that, I was perfectly happy with it. 9 x 27 travel bed, 1.5 horse 110v, worked fine.

I miss that little mill. Damn divorces.

That's quite the set-up you have going there, Dave
Howdy Bake,

The front cover was a very weird shaped part, kind of a bitch to hold in order to make the cuts needed, I just cobbled the setup using what ever I had to block it and hold it so that it wouldn't chatter when I made the cut. It turned out well, took longer to figure out how to hold the darn thing then to machine it.
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