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    Hi Randy,

    You're very welcome! We'll get that shirt out to you directly.

    BTW, I've edited your post to omit your personal details. No need to post those in public - hence the PM suggestion…

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    Thanks PJ, Works great, My video series on making this will start soon. Randy

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    I don't know how to PM within this site? Thanks Ken.

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    Sorry about that. Just click on a username, then select "Private Message" from the popup.

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    Next time you will have to come to our house for a visit.

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    Very nicely done How do you keep the chuck from rotating under milling forces? I have the same issue only my Atlas headstock is only 1 1/2" 8 thread.

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    Randy
    Very nice and will serve you well, the easiest way to use both chucks.
    Great job.
    Nelson


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