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Mark Richards29/11/2007 18:32:00
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I will be starting my kitchen now in the new year, and due to the ammount of turned pillars required I am hoping to purchase a lathe copying jig. It is the kind that "Norm" form New Yankee Workshop uses.

If any readers can help, please contact me.

Many thanks


Delete12/12/2007 23:45:00
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I got a Lathe duplicator from the USA a Company Called Rockler's can supply one. They supply a lot of things to Norm. It is quite a weight and would cost a lot to get it sjipped. However combining a Holliday and collect one might work for you. It did for me a few years ago I went to Texas to visit My Daughter. First stop was the Rockler Shop in Huston to collect the duplicator which had been booked in advance. A great bit of Kit

JohnMcM13/12/2007 16:17:00
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I think the big B&Q warehouses sell a copy lathe for about £150



Mark Richards13/12/2007 20:53:00
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many thanks for your reply. Could you enlighten me on your experiences with this jig that you bought? Perhaps you could send a photo on the jig itself? I would want to see if it resembles the ones that John says are on sale at B&Q. I heard they are doing them, but sadly not down here in the Sth West. I have also looked at their super store at Cardiff, but no joy.


Delete17/12/2007 18:17:00
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If you visit the web site and search on Lathe Duplicator you will find a picture. There are also some Reviews.

You will find that any duplicator will need some setup. The cutters will need to be tuned as well. The Rockler cutters art a Bullnose cutter and this is not ideal for all jobs.

You say you are in the south west. Where?

I am also in the south west South Devon to be precise.

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