Thanks Robert for your nice comment.Merci! Bon travail, ces't magnifique!
Thank you for referencing the source. It is very gratifying to see that people from all over the world have an interest in this. I'm sure the metric version will get a lot of use! I like your personal spin on it with knurled nuts. Very elegant. Is that stainless or aluminum?
As Werowance noted above these work great with ball oilers.
Wonder if I could sell my home made citronella candles for $100 a piece ? Nice looking job bigblock .Guess they are little bit expensive for hobbiists.
When I poured the copper into the mold it made a really cool pattern that I left in for the top. I then cut rings into it every .200. I'll get a better pic of the top and post it.Looks great! What have you got going on on the top of the cap there? Looks like a relief pattern, maybe a filigree ? Can’t really tell from the photo.
Looks really nice what I do see though
Thanks I like the way the brass and copper go together as well. It's almost a shame to use it in my shop lol.That is very nice work. The brass and copper look great! I think you and I are the only people who cast their own parts! Show us the top.