Hardinge T10 photo link for Marty

If anyone was looking for the lindsay engraving photos of
his restored T10, and more, this is the link:
Enjoy!
Jim
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jim rozen
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Wow. I'm not Marty, but I sure am impressed, beautiful work ...
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Dave Keith
I cringe whenever this lathe and pictures of it come up...I sold it to Steve a few years ago...I had big plans to do what he did with it....sold my Rivett 608's too....
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sandiapaul
Ah, I can understand the palpitations. But seeing what he did with it, is purely amazing. I think that all those photos in the old hardinge literature, with the fancy frosting and so on, were probably done from one-of-a-kind show machines, that had been gone over by somebody like him.
Jim
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jim rozen
Chuckle..I sold the Rockwell horizontal mill that Id gotten from Marty, around Christmas time. It had been my Project mill for a couple years, and I finally decided to let someone else do it. The new owner sent me the completed pics a week or two ago..
Geeeze...it would have made a great Catalog photo for Rockwell. Gorgeous machine now.
I think this is called Sellers Remorse.
Sigh
Gunner, who used to only have that with guns he sold. Now he cries about the guns and machines he never should have sold....sob.....
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Gunner
LOL. Subtitled, "if only I had taken the time and done the work to make it nice, it would be.... Nice."
Jim
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jim rozen
I think that all those photos in the old hardinge literature, with the fancy frosting and so on, were probably done from one-of-a-kind show machines ...
Agreed.
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Peter H.

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