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    Dial Indicator Holder

    Dial Indicator Holder, made to mount in my Noga. For ID and OD. I know Starrett makes one but they are kind pricy. So I just made one 1/2" square steel, a few set screws, a few scraps of stainless for the rods.Dial Indicator Holder-dialholder1_1.jpgDial Indicator Holder-dialholder2_1.jpgDial Indicator Holder-dialholder3_1.jpgDial Indicator Holder-dialholder5_1.jpgDial Indicator Holder-dialholder6_1.jpgDial Indicator Holder-dialholder4_1.jpg

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    Thanks Catfish! I've added your Dial Indicator Holder to our Machining and Measuring and Marking categories, as well as to your builder page: Catfish's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    Update I rust blued it. Dial Indicator Holder-image.jpg

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    Nice work. It looks real professional.

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    Nice job on the machining and the blued finish. I am looking forward to your video on bluing tool parts.

    What is the approximate distance tip to tip on the part that swivels and also the approx. diameters of the spherical probe tips?

    I am interested in how the swivel probe was machined. Do you use a ball turning tool for the probe tips or a custom ground form tool?

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    Paul send me your email and I will send you a drawing. [email protected]


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