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.

Skriv en kommentar: (Klikk her)

123hjemmeside.no
Antall tegn tilbake: 160
OK Sender...

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.

Se alle kommentarer

| Svar

Nyeste kommentarer

15.02 | 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.

...
15.02 | 11:34

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

...
13.01 | 06:54

Artikklene i AOH fikk meg til å kjøpe dreiebenk og fres i sin tid.

...
29.12 | 10:50

Hi
That vice is definitely made by schaublin; you can see it on lathes.co.uk if you look at the accessories of the Schaublin 22 milling machine.

...
Du liker denne siden