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    My sentiments exactly happy new year to all.

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    Thanks rossbotics! We've added your Oil Injector to our Machining category,
    as well as to your builder page: rossbotics's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    Try Googling pompom oil gun. Comes up with heaps. Bought a couple locally for my Myford Super 7. Work very well

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    Congratulations rossbotics - your Oil Injector is the Homemade Tool of the Week!

    Another huge week for homemade tools around here. Some picks:

    Kant Twist Clamp by Vyacheslav.Nevolya
    Pin Chuck Edge Finder by olderdan
    Micrometer Extension Handle by Paul Jones
    Center Punching Aides by jjr2001
    Blade and Bit Height Gauge by jjr2001
    Scissor Lift Extensions by charles scozzari
    R8 Tapping Guide by charles scozzari
    Pin Vise Modification by mklotz
    Knuckleboom Crane Motor Conversion by KustomsbyKent
    Articulating Drill Press Table Extension by Captainleeward
    Pin Vise by [email protected]
    Spar Lathe by JWV
    Ceiling Air Cleaner by jjr2001
    Tombstone Welder Dolly by Texf1


    rossbotics - this is your 22nd Homemade Tool of the Week win. Three more and you'll be the first winner of our 25-Time Homemade Tool of the Week award.

    We've added your tool entry to our All Homemade Tool of the Week winners post. And, you'll be receiving a $25 online gift card, in your choice of Amazon, PayPal, or bitcoin. Please PM me your current email address and gift card choice and I'll get it sent over right away.

    Here are all of your 22 wins:


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    Hi Doug,

    Happy New Year. I am a little behind on following all the great tool introductions at HMT and sorry about the delay in asking these questions. I like all your tool building articles.

    Question: In your photo "Machining the Gland" you show a lathe tool holder for holding carbide inserts for thread cutting and the tool holder looks like it could hold the insert on either the right or left side. Did you make this tool holder or is it available elsewhere? The reason I ask is because I sometimes use the method of holding the carbide insert upside down with the spindle running in reverse so I can safely thread very closely to a shoulder. Using a left had thread cutting holder works the best in this technique. If your carbide insert holder takes both right and left hand tool positions then that would be ideal for what I need to do.

    Thank you for posting this article,

    Paul Jones

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    Hi Paul,
    Happy New Year to you as well

    Answer to your question about the threading tool, yes I did make the tool and you can get the plans right here in HMT website, the tool works right up to jaws on the chuck or right up to the live center, it works exceptionally well, the insert size is listed in the plans.

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    Threading Tool Holder
    Comments are always welcome

    Doug

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    a car shock absorver tube and piston can be easly recycled to be used in this tool.
    now I have to make one...

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    Piggy back! How about a dead gas strut such as is on truck cap lids, mine are always kicking the bucket so have a few around dead.
    Eric


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