More progress on the DIY CNC Lathe! Let's machine the bed tail end, tailstock risers, and the X Cross-Slide Plate. Watch the action unfold on the Tormach 770 AND the debut of our beta Tormach 1100MX! We'll use the beloved super glue workholding technique while truing up our precision surfaces.
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DIY CNC Turret Lathe Part 1 | http://bit.ly/2sYIRev
Current F3D File | http://bit.ly/2sYIRev
Superglue Workholding Trick | http://bit.ly/2o8ZUrW
SMW Tormach Fixture Plates | http://bit.ly/2g0iTVf
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