Homemade Fixed Steady for Warco Lathe
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Homemade fixed steady for a Warco 220 lathe. Based on Harold Hall\'s design. Base is mild steel, guides are brass. Steady rest body and supports are aluminum, bound together by epoxy and screws. Steel inserts on the body support the finger bolts.
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