It is a good demonstration of how to make a custom faceplate, though! Use an M12x1 tap and appropriate tap drill, and you could have mounted it on a Unimat DB or SL, or with a 3/4"x16 tap, on some of the smaller old American hobby lathes. Not that there'd be room to spin it in the smaller Unimats, but the process is exactly the same.
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