Humm...that would be a MegaGloat, you lucky bastard.
Btw..its 11:38 PM as I read this..so by my reckoning..its the last Gloat of the year
Well done! Well done Indeed!
A doctrine fostered by a delusional, illogical liberal minority and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.
Very nice find, Steve!!! Even more impressive is that your wife lets you use it against the cultured rock wall in your living room. The rest of us are stuck either in the shop or the basement. Keep that woman!!
How about a TMC 1000 benchtop CNC mill (mill only with the motors and drive parts in a box) for $550? A friend was going to convert it to manual but just not practical. Nice thing is R-8 spindle. Another friend is looking for a benchtop kneemill around Oklahoma region (Texas. Kansas, etc.) Respectfully, Ron Moore
As far as quality goes, it is an OK lathe. I got rid of mine (which didn't look quite so shiny) for $1000 to a friend. I think I paid $1400 for it. If you will be doing general light work, it is a fine machine. It sounds like you got a real DEAL!
This is what I'm using now.
is only on the tough cuts that you can tell the difference, but there surely is a difference!
Ho hum! Mine has 80 threading feeds, and 80 different carriage feeds. No wonder Sheldon went out of business! The Sheldon QC box makes a 5 speed automatic transmission look totally simple by comparison.