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Old 10-15-2016, 10:21 PM
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Reminds me of the collet that a Tapmatic uses
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Old 10-15-2016, 10:34 PM
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Reminds me of the collet that a Tapmatic uses
Similar. What's nice about the rubber flex collets is they are nice to threads
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Very nice, Jeff!
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Old 10-16-2016, 04:51 PM
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Nice collet chuck Jeff. I'd like to pick up a full set of 5C collets for my Hardinge lathe some day.
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Old 10-16-2016, 09:43 PM
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Nice collet chuck Jeff. I'd like to pick up a full set of 5C collets for my Hardinge lathe some day.
5C has the advantage with short pieces over the rubber flex collets but those eleven collets will hold anything round between 1/16" to 1-3/8"
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Haven't seen one of those since I was in school, we had them on hydroshift Leblonds. We use lever type 5C at work due to speed. I wish I had a collet set for my lathe.
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Just picked up a Famco No 3 arbor press.

I will shorten the handle and remove the handle rest. Nice to see no hammer marks on the top of the ram where somebody would have "helped" it.
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That's a really nice looking press. Old tools are always a joy to work with especially when they're in as nice condition as that one.
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Just picked up a Famco No 3 arbor press.

I will shorten the handle and remove the handle rest. Nice to see no hammer marks on the top of the ram where somebody would have "helped" it.
Look in good shape, I like hunting for UK, USA and Canada vintage cast iron tool like C-Clamp and vise, the quality of craftsmanship is simply amazing compare to China chicken poop casting they sell us today.
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That's a really nice looking press. Old tools are always a joy to work with especially when they're in as nice condition as that one.
The older stuff seems to made with a higher quality.

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Look in good shape, I like hunting for UK, USA and Canada vintage cast iron tool like C-Clamp and vise, the quality of craftsmanship is simply amazing compare to China chicken poop casting they sell us today.
When companies had pride in what they offered instead of just a profit.
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