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The ubiquitous mini-lathe has provided an entry into the model engineering hobby for thousands. Available in a wide variety of styles and colors, from an equally varied assortment of vendors, the various models share the basic mini-lathe foundation, and readers will find David Fenner's projects and discussion helpful regardless of their lathe's provenance. The simple and practical tools and modifications the author features will help the hobbyist get the most from this versatile little machine. The straightforward, easy-to-construct designs provide a great deal of flexibility; modifying to better suit your shop's needs or scaling to fit a different machine are easily accomplished. Owners of mini-lathes and other similarly-sized machines will find Mini-Lathe Tools and Projects for Home Machinists to be a valuable resource for the workshop.

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Mini-Lathe Tools & Projects for Home Machinists

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Product code: 9166
This book follows on from the author's introduction to the mini-lathe (Mini-Lathe for Home Machinists by David Fenner, also available from Fox Chapel Publishing) and presents a series of projects that will help to extend the versatility of small metal lathes.
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Weight 0.6625
Author David Fenner
Pages 120
Product Form Paperback
Size 5.75" x 8.28" x .32"
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