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  • Jacques Leclerc
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    Originally posted by Mike Brazeau View Post
    Jacques, Go to http://www.turnersturnings.ca/page/497019814. From one our former guild members.
    Thanks Mike, I just wrote to Sharon.
    Have a nice evening
    Jacques

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  • Mike Brazeau
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    Jacques, Go to http://www.turnersturnings.ca/page/497019814. From one our former guild members.
    Last edited by Mike Brazeau; 12-05-2019, 04:13 PM.

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  • Roundhead
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    Of all the ones I looked at this Vicmarc one solves most of the vibration problems that occur with bolt on extension ways. Also does away with the need for another higher banjo. At around $500 US it's not cheap but might be a good model to build one from using the same ideas.

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  • wayjep
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    If you know a welder they are pretty easy to make. I have made several. Unfortunately they don’t come up for sale used very often.

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  • Jacques Leclerc
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    Forgot to write that my lathe is already on 4 inches blocks.

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  • Jacques Leclerc
    started a topic Outboard support

    Outboard support

    I am looking for the outboard support for a Général Drummond 260, since my accident I don't feel comfortable using the lathe like the way I used to,I think it will be safer if I turned outboard, my hand does not close properly and according to the specialist it will never again.
    Merci
    Jacques Click image for larger version

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