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Homemade Taig Lathe Steady Rest
Steve Fornelius on cartertools.blogspot.com
Homemade steady rest intended for use with a Taig lathe and constructed from 3/4" x 1/2" square metal bars. Two sections of 1/4" brass rods serve as guides. Parts assembled using SHCS.
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