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To Nate’s comment...

Wow, I’m now thinking of a smaller version I could inflate to do smaller jobs. 

I’ve seen the popup ones they use for spray tanning, but there a bit too small. 

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Dude made some pretty cool giant trains as a hobby I guess. The drill press could come in handy. Also has ton of vintage microscopes from the old parent company of Leica. 

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5 minutes ago, VPI said:

Dude made some pretty cool giant trains as a hobby I guess. The drill press could come in handy. Also has ton of vintage microscopes from the old parent company of Leica. 

Maybe just buy the house as well - will solve your space problems. 

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the lathe is very decent, and capable of cutting screw threads if you ever need that. even though its early 1960's vintage. the other stuff is not capable of anything of high accuracy. at least not without digital readouts.

And its heavier than it looks. just the lathe top is probably about 700 lbs

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18 hours ago, naamanf said:

Really well, almost as good as maple. Walnut sucks, I should have my unsteamed walnut next week. Curious if that makes any difference on how it machines.

If you find a wealthy enough customer, Ebony mills like a dream.

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