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Linley Jig Bore

Discussion in 'LINLEY BROTHERS JIG BORERS' started by ksierens, May 24, 2016.

  1. ksierens

    ksierens Active User Active Member

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    There aren't that many of them out there, but it might be nice to have since I have one.
     
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    Tinmuk United States Iron Registered Member

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    I have two linleys. I use mine all the time. Do you have all the collets? How about the power downfeed?
     
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    mike1 United States Iron Registered Member

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    I have a Linley jig borer to. Mine has the manual down feed ,great machine.
     
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    dlane Active User H-M Supporter-Premium

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    Pics :cool:
     
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    When I was a "post-doc" researcher at the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies in NYC in the 80's we bought one specifically to build tiny waveguide components for use on radio telescopes. Frequently devices were toleranced to +/- 0.0001" with features that were on the scale of 0.010 to 0.020". The guy who ran the machine was a magician.
     

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