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  • Cowtown_eric
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    telll me more....were the handwheels the moxon LV or the busy bee(and much cheaper?)

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  • Maxwell
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    I only gave them the handles for plating.
    The shop filled the threads with wire so the nickel didn't get into them.
    A little oil and they seem to work as they should.
    Have a good night.

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  • carbonBased
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    How do you ensure the screw doesnt get plated? (As presumably that would affect its function, right?)

    Sent from my SM-G950W using Tapatalk

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  • KenL
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    The Moxon hardware looks great in nickel! You will have to show us pictures of it installed on a workbench. Thanks for sharing that with us (even if it makes my vise green with envy).

    Ken

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  • Frank D.
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    Whoa, Maxwell, you've taken top-notch up a notch! What???

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  • Maxwell
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    This is the place I got it done.
    http://www.albertaplating.com
    Have a great weekend.

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  • pirollodesign
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    Very cool! Which shops do this type of nickel electroplating?

    Norman

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  • Maxwell
    started a topic Moxon hardware

    Moxon hardware

    Shiny new nickel plating on the hand wheels.
    Just back from the plating shop.
    Wanted to add a bit of HO Studley bling to my vice.
    This is a Benchcrafted Moxon M(machined) hardware kit.
    Now for the wood part.
    Have a great weekend everybody.

    Click image for larger version

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