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The Taig Lathe Nick Carter's Taig Lathe and Milling Machine Pages. Welcome to my pages devoted to the Taig Lathe and Taig Milling Machines! I have been using Taig equipment in my own shop for over fourteen years and I am an enthusiastic fan of the Taig Lathe and Milling Machines (both the manual and CNC versions), their economy, …
Sherline lathes first came on the market over thirty years ago, its use of rigid, extruded components meant miniature machine
WhizCut - The Smart Boring Bars for Greater Productivity in CNC Swiss Automatic Lathes
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Jack, Van Norman made at least two model 944 boring bars, 944 and 944S. The S stands for suction and was used for boring blocks still installed in vehicles.
Chester Machine Tools have one of the largest and wide ranging selection of lathes available on the market. These range from small 3" swing Hobby machines right through to 3 metre swing oil country lathes.
This is a centering tool I saw on an MIT video. It was simple to make. Take some bar stock, turn down to 0.500". Then turn to a point. Use a parting tool to cut the point off.