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Homemade Taig Jackshaft

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Rob Kuhlman on
Homemade Taig lathe jackshaft constructed from 3/8" steel bar, pillow blocks, and 5/8" galvanized iron pipe fittings. Two Taig pulleys and a Gates belt are supported by pillow block-mounted, 0.375" I.D. Spiraflow bearings.
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