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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13.02 | 20:27

Wonderful workshop, wonderful machines, I think heaven is something like this workshop, what a delight.

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08.01 | 16:54

Kære Ven,
Det er et betagende arbejde du har lavet på denne fine Schaublin 70.
Jeg har en revolverbænk som din som er til salg her i Danmark -
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12.11 | 13:00

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27.06 | 14:37

Hello,
Thank you for sharing all these beautiful machines and the ongoing restauration.
I have recently bought a Schaublin 135 from the 1970.

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