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    2 drill jigs and lathe bits storage

    first up is a jig i made for drilling the flanges on some bike axles for trikes i was building my kids.
    i drilled it 28 holes so when i spoke the pair up ill end up with 56 spoke wheels on there.

    second is a jig for drilling flanges to hold brake discs onto the axle trikes.

    finally is a board i drilled out to fit the spare drill chucks and other bits that fit in tailstock of lathe.
    its a couple of old drawer fronts screwed together so front one sits at angle.
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    Thanks naughtyboy! I've added your Bicycle Axle Drilling Jig, Bicycle Brake Flange Jig, and Lathe Accessory Storage Board to our Metalworking category. The Lathe Accessory Storage Board has also been added to our Storage and Organization category. Each has also been added to your builder page: naughtyboy's Homemade Tools. Your receipts:


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    Nice drilling jigs. These should make short work of drilling through discs.

    Al
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    Wow, 56-spoke wheels. That should make it kid-proof!


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