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My Turner's Cube

PIKEMAN

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Here is my Turner's Cube. I used a chunk of 1.5 inch hot rolled bar stock, machined on my 1942 Monkey Wards/Logan 10x24 lathe,using HSS bits I sharpened on my belt sander. I bought a 4pc combination square set from HF to use to find centers, and the measurements all fell into the "close enough for gummint work" criteria.

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Hawkeye

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Nicely done, Pike. I'll have to try that some day.
 

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Nice work Pike. You better watch out who you show that too though. whenever I show mine to someone I see this look in their eyes that goes something like "I wonder if I can get him to make me one of these".
 

PIKEMAN

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I would supervise if someone close wanted one. I bought enough stock to make several more,but they are kinda like ex-wives: One is enough!:rofl:

Paul, who has 2 ex-wives,and is a slow learner:whistle:
 
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