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Homemade Taig Zero Adjustable Dials


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Keith Brooke on cartertools.com
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Homemade set of zero adjustable dials for a Taig lathe. Features an independently rotating dial adjustable to zero or any value relative to the leadscrew position. Parts list includes: crank arbor, lock nut, modified dial, external snap ring, crank handle arbor, and crank handle.
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