RECONDITIONING DECKEL FP1

This is how the machine looked when I got it. Despite its sorrow look, it was in a good condition after all.
The machine was completely dismantled, all parts cleaned up or replaced if necessary.
Many of the roller bearings have been replaced. The ways were in a good state and didn’t need scraping.
New paint.

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Teodor | Svar 15.02.2018 11.34

Wonderful job! How are you restoring the brilliant finish on non-painted surfaces such as the spindle nose, handles, dials?

Edvind 15.02.2018 16.15

Thank you for the fine compliments. I use a lot of emery paper, rotating steel brush and polishing paste. And many hours of work.

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10.01 | 05:04

In my first post--I neglected to say that my machine was a Hoffman--similar to an Agathon 175-175A

this has to be the most beautiful shop in the world--are you a hobbyist---or professional

Thanks for any help you can give me

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10.01 | 04:52

I need the following:
1. Owners manual in English
2. The handles used to lock the cross bar
3. Any and all accessories
4. Grinding wheels for HSS Lathe bits

Office of Thomas Barr IV
3855 Noyac Road
Sag Harbor, NY 11963
USA
Tel: 631-725-7447
Fax: 631-72

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07.01 | 21:59

hei,den var jo virkelig fin

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30.11 | 16:49

my life's dream....perfect

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