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17 hours ago, KTD said:

These would be a great bulk buy for someone who could mill down for a tight fit on sage and pavoni machines


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What? I use a 58.5mm on Sage. There is a problem with 54mm on Sage's small baskets. It's a more than a bit tight.

Rancillio is too tight with a 58.5. No others I am aware of but there could be.

John

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What? I use a 58.5mm on Sage. There is a problem with 54mm on Sage's small baskets. It's a more than a bit tight.
Rancillio is too tight with a 58.5. No others I am aware of but there could be.
John
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Surprisingly I meant the sages with smaller baskets.


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I’ve been tempted but I honestly can’t be arsed [emoji23] plus my job has changed for a few months, so I won’t get any lathe time


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57m stainless to 49.5mm [emoji2962] life is far too short [emoji23]


By the time you dial each one on to the jig you have to make first to hold them, it becomes very time consuming.


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2 minutes ago, joey24dirt said:

 


By the time you dial each one on to the jig you have to make first to hold them, it becomes very time consuming.


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I forgot about that bit , I was just thinking of the 3mm off all round..???..  As a one off for yourself not a problem 

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I’ve been tempted but I honestly can’t be arsed [emoji23] plus my job has changed for a few months, so I won’t get any lathe time


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whaaaa?!
will have to have a word or two with you mate...
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whaaaa?!
will have to have a word or two with you mate...


Haha it’s too much of a chew now getting to the lathe at the workshop. If I had one at home it would be a different story.

Plus I have about 40 bases at home I need to start advertising [emoji23]


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Haha it’s too much of a chew now getting to the lathe at the workshop. If I had one at home it would be a different story.

Plus I have about 40 bases at home I need to start advertising [emoji23]


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ah, that lathe... [emoji56]
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20 minutes ago, joey24dirt said:

 


Haha it’s too much of a chew now getting to the lathe at the workshop. If I had one at home it would be a different story.

Plus I have about 40 bases at home I need to start advertising emoji23.png


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You need to have a clearance sale ?

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Just now, Nicknak said:

You need to have a clearance sale ?

Free tamper with every box of Jaffa cakes - buy 3 and get a free LaPav!!!

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I was thinking of some bases for the non marmite lovers [emoji23][emoji23][emoji23]


You’ve got a metal lathe haven’t you Nick? Get them snapped up


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