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Amazing Lathe in Action

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  • 7 Nov, 2013  |
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№1 Author: ddubia (7 Nov 2013 06:30) Total user comments: 311


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WOW?!
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№2 Author: dj (7 Nov 2013 07:07) Total user comments: 0


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I've been a machinist for 25 years and I've never seen anything like that. Still not sure how it done.
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№3 Author: qdfg (7 Nov 2013 12:53) Total user comments: 0


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Model & Make?
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№4 Author: Lu (7 Nov 2013 21:07) Total user comments: 15100


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Same here, Author: dj. How the hell do they do that? Must be some lazer cutter or something that cuts those flats on a rotating piece. :09:
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№5 Author: gari (7 Nov 2013 22:19) Total user comments: 574


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Um....I think that there is multiple rotating tools,at the last part. Somehow they synchronized speed and get the result,at least it seems something like that to me.. :04:
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№6 Author: mrmr (10 Nov 2013 04:25) Total user comments: 0


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why should u use ur tool in that direction? all the cuttings will fly out of the machine
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