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#110330 by rele » Tue Feb 14, 2012 2:51 am

is there a specific name for this part only? The circled part? That can't be the entire duplicator part, worth $461 on shopsmith.com.....can it? Obviously in the package includes the mounts etc.. but ya.

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I borrowed the image and circled it from a post in this thread. I am thinking of having a metal machining friend build me one instead of buying as I am cheap, LOL! I think I can build the guide etc. myself.

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#110350 by shipwright » Tue Feb 14, 2012 9:43 am

rele wrote:is there a specific name for this part only? The circled part? That can't be the entire duplicator part, worth $461 on shopsmith.com.....can it? Obviously in the package includes the mounts etc.. but ya.


I borrowed the image and circled it from a post in this thread. I am thinking of having a metal machining friend build me one instead of buying as I am cheap, LOL! I think I can build the guide etc. myself.


That's my lathe duplicator. As stated earlier, It was made by a previous owner so you can't buy one even if you wanted to. Your machinist friend can easily make one though.

Paul M

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Re: lathe duplicator

#266745 by redleg » Wed Jan 22, 2020 7:26 am

Found a Rand lathe duplicator on CL last week. The ebay link doesn't work any longer so here is one as purchased used. Had to replace a spring, repair the crank handle, and replace a couple of snap rings. No manual included and possibly missing template brackets. Spindle holders are attached to the mounts. I haven't tried making anything yet.

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Name is on the bottom of support
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Re: lathe duplicator

#266746 by RFGuy » Wed Jan 22, 2020 7:54 am

Nice! I didn't even know there were aftermarket lathe duplicators that would readily attach to the Mark V. That RAND unit looks very stout. Let us know how it works out...

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Re: lathe duplicator

#266754 by SkullsquadronX » Wed Jan 22, 2020 9:38 am

That looks like a great fine, clean and sturdy. I like it and good luck with it.

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