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Old 11-16-2011, 09:51 AM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Location: Stockbridge GA.
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Heck I went by on Friday and ended up with 4200$ lathe in the truck. I need intervention...
"Hello, my name is Russell, and I'm a toolaholic..."

"Hi Russell!"


Nice score, though. You gonna bring it to the next meeting for show and tell?

Uh yeah, I am sure Steve LOVES that kind of support! What the heck did you end up with an Anniversary Edition of the Powermatic?
Yep the black beast is in the basement with a 19 1/2" elm blank on it right now... I just got it trued up. It turns like a dream.

UGGGHH>......I am really happy for you....I am turning green, but I am very happy for you.....LOL....Is it a 3520B or a 4224?
3520b. I am not sure if they made the 4224 in black. The 1642 is nice but that black beast is a workhorse. After 2 35 gal. trashcans of shavings I finally got the rpm to 450.
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Old 11-17-2011, 12:33 PM   #12 (permalink)
 
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Heck I went by on Friday and ended up with 4200$ lathe in the truck. I need intervention...
"Hello, my name is Russell, and I'm a toolaholic..."

"Hi Russell!"


Nice score, though. You gonna bring it to the next meeting for show and tell?

Uh yeah, I am sure Steve LOVES that kind of support! What the heck did you end up with an Anniversary Edition of the Powermatic?
Yep the black beast is in the basement with a 19 1/2" elm blank on it right now... I just got it trued up. It turns like a dream.

UGGGHH>......I am really happy for you....I am turning green, but I am very happy for you.....LOL....Is it a 3520B or a 4224?
3520b. I am not sure if they made the 4224 in black. The 1642 is nice but that black beast is a workhorse. After 2 35 gal. trashcans of shavings I finally got the rpm to 450.
LOL...Man you get a great lathe, and you go and start turning miniatures on us....LOL....
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