First some CNC lathe:
Almost looks like a chess pawn...
We went to yard sales today. Just hit two, one was at the same place I scored the Dumore high speed drill press.
This bunch of hand tools cost me $15.00 The 4 wrenches in the center are nice and thin...Everything is made in the USA. The oil cans are for Kent. I love the tiny Craftsman pipe wrench. I needed another Automatic Center Punch (just under the 4 wrenches), you can never have too many laying around.
Henry cranks the insane rotary table stack of chucks I bought for $110.00
I know you are saying to yourself, "Nick, isn't $110.00 a lot of money for some boring old steel chunks?", and I would have to disagree.
The rotary table alone is worth 4 times that, new. It is a Yuasa 6" rotary table, insanely smooth in action (seems like almost no backlash.) The chucks are just icing on the cake. The 3 jaw chuck looks a lot like the Bison 5" I have on my Jet lathe, with two part jaws. The 4 jaw looks like it's a Craftsman. The point is, I love this rotary table.
The graduations on the dial are 1 degree broken up into 60 minutes (notice the "30" on either side if the dial picture)...The vernier at the top oof the picture divides one minute of a degree into 20 seconds of a degree increments.