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It seems that my already crowded shop is constantly being remodeled to accommodate a new tool.  Some of my tools are brand new but many, like myself, might have to be termed “classics”. 

 

 

 Here are two of my “classics” dating back to the mid-60’s but still
earning their keep.  The surface grinder is a Boyar-Shultz converted to
use 2 x 72 belts and the watchmaker’s lathe is a Louis Levin.

 

 

(left)
This is my pride and joy,
the Wabeco Milling Machine


 (right)
The Sherline is sometimes better for actual turning of some parts.