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Old 07-26-2010, 07:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Never thought of that.
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You have to love the different things those transfer punches can be used for -- the opportunities are endless once one starts. And they even work for the intended purpose of marking centers through holes.
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Easier then putting the transfer punch on one end of the lathe and the sand paper on the other!
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Ken and all--
I have never bought a set of transfer punches---(it has to be the only thing I've missed, judging by my checkbook) aside from disassembly and this--which looks to be a great idea--what else?
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Mike Transfer punches are so handy it's amazing the uses you can find in the shop, BUT I gotta admit I never thought of making a sanding jig that would be that easy, Way to go Bruce you is today's resident genius, by yiminny
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Way to go in every way Bruce two simple holders one or two punches with my existing set up full marks for ease and accuracy.

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Easier then putting the transfer punch on one end of the lathe and the sand paper on the other!

As long as your slot is square to the sandpaper facing...
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