A Collection of Mini Mach's ( Pic's Info Update's)03-10-2014

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A Collection of Mini Mach's ( Pic's Info Update's)03-10-2014

Post by ken572 » Sun Sep 08, 2013 9:16 pm

All,

SIZE’S are Little, Small, Tiny, Mini, Finger, Micro, Nano.

Call Them What You Will.

Some Are Hard To See. :lol:

A Collection of Miniature Machine Tools

(The Joe Martin Foundation tool collection)
http://www.craftsmanshipmuseum.com/oldmachines.htm

360doc (Scroll Down To GREAT INFO) (Amazing Pictures)
http://www.360doc.com/content/11/1121/2 ... 9217.shtml

and same procedure below
http://www.tech-domain.com/forum.php/fo ... e&tid=7406

TEXT ONLY, But (GREAT WEALTH of INFO.)
http://www.janellestudio.com/metal/lath ... risons.txt

Wade Cav Lathe
http://www.lathes.co.uk/wade%20cva/index.html

Edit, Update: 01-04 2014 Really Working 1/12th scale. 8)
http://www.penntoolco.com/catalog/produ ... oryID=6170

Edit, Update: 03-10-2014
Thanks to (earlgo) :D
A SMALL LATHE BUILT IN A JAPANESE PRISON CAMP
by: R. Bradley, A.M.I.C.E. ENGINEERING Magazine.
January 7,1949 (Reprinted with Permission)
http://dutchman.rebooty.com/temp/Prison-Camp-Lathe.pdf


Enjoy. :wink:

Ken. :)
One must remember.
The best learning experiences come
from working with the older Masters.
Ken.

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