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Does Anyone Recognize

Discussion in 'Woodturning Discussion Forum' started by Dennis J Gooding, Nov 10, 2020.

  1. Dennis J Gooding

    Dennis J Gooding

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    Does anyone recognize these two boring bar systems. Not sure that all the components of each are shown. They have no markings to indicate their maker or model.

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  2. Kevin Jesequel

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    The first one is a Oneway backrest and laser assembly. I don't recognize the second one.
     
  3. Kevin Jesequel

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  4. Dennis J Gooding

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  5. Glenn Lefley

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    Are you selling them.
     
  6. Dennis J Gooding

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    Don’t know yet. I am just getting info for the owner. She is considering selling these and misc tools as a lot. The big Oneway lathe was sold early this week.
     
  7. Glenn Lefley

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    I’d be interested in the hollowing system,
     
  8. Paul Grenier

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    I'd also be interested in the Clark/Spin Doctor hollowing system
     
  9. Dennis J Gooding

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    Which one?
     
  10. John Jordan

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    The Oneway is not wide enough to do anything but tall shapes.

    John
     
  11. Tim Tucker

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    The Clarke ( OK Spin Doctor ) is incredibly well thought out. Very heavy duty as well.
     
  12. Glenn Lefley

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    Both. I believe I have the other component that goes with that Oneway piece.
     

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