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Ian learmonth

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Learning ! Eccentric cutting frame work in Mulga wood
Yes kind of Jon ... My lathe is a bit of a hybrid, the headstock , crossslide and tailstock are made by William Overton of Worchester UK in around 1850-60s but most likely supplied by Holtzapffel,most of my other tooling is by Holtz or is modern some by Paul Fletcher. I pick up and adapt stuff when I find it ! I like the look of your carbide cutters though my cutter frames are all standard Holtz rectangular range of cutters, I have two old style drill with tapered round drills.
 

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