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Homemade Moving Steady


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DESCRIPTION:
Homemade moving steady intended to fit a Sieg lathe's modified cross slide. Features a 46mm diameter throat. Top portion and base machined from flat steel and fastened together with M5 screws. Fingers are 12mm square brass. M5 locking screws secure the fingers into recesses on the top section.
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