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Old 04-09-2007, 07:40 PM
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Originally Posted by jimi4290 View Post
that thing must throw some chips.
Man I was just thinking the same thing, that baby must have the ability to fill the air with wood particles......I'd like to hear how the duplicator actually works, does it follow the contours of a completed blank, and reproduce the original? If so, I'm not following the pictures, and I think I'm a fairly mechanically oriented guy.
That roto-tool looks like the little handheld units I use at work, on steroids, they are very high rpm, 22,000 I believe.....what spindle speed do you use on the lathe, fast, med, slow? I'm picturing a blizzard inside your garage.

OK, upon further review, I see the bearing riding along the edge of the template, and can see how it works.....sort of.

"An Evil Barbarian with a Wrench in His Pocket......"

Last edited by Ed White; 04-09-2007 at 07:43 PM. Reason: Light went on, looking at the pics.
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