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Coring tools

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archives' started by Glenn Lefley, Nov 30, 2018.

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  1. Glenn Lefley

    Glenn Lefley

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    need a coring setup for a 20 inch lathe.
     
  2. Bill Boehme

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    If you won't be doing a huge amount of coring I would suggest getting the Oneway. The McNaughton has a steep learning curve.
     
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    Hello, I have Mc Noghton mini set comes with 3 knives, torret, handle fits on my grizzly G0766 lathe.
     
  4. Glenn Lefley

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    I have the complete One Way. What is it worth to you. I'm in Binghamton, NY 13903
     
  6. Glenn Lefley

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    I don’t know. My wife won’t let me cut any wood on lathe that can be cored, so I have a huge pile of burls just waiting. Haha. And she has her own lathe so she would know if I did. Is it the complete setup? And is it for a 20 inch lathe, I have a oneway 2036 and she has the 1236.
     
  7. Samuel Russo

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    It's the complete set, plus an extra bit. I use it on a 20 inch Powermatic 3250B. Works great. Retailed for $888.70, plus $50 for the extra bit. Paid for itself a couple of times. Very easy to use. I had the Naughton, couldn"t get rid of it quick enough. $500, you pay shipping.
     
  8. Glenn Lefley

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    Can you get a shipping estimate for me please. Sounds good.
    My email is ostere@telus.net
    1917 Indian beach rd.
    Windermere, B.C.
    Canada.
    V0B 2L2
     
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