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Precision Machine Multi-Tip Revolving Center Accessory Center Point

Precision Machine Multi-Tip Revolving Center Accessory Center Point
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    Precision Machine Multi-Tip Revolving Center Accessory Center Point

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      Designed for use with the Precision Machine™ Multi-Tip Revolving Center these Accessory Center Points feature case hardened steel that resist wear caused by tools and sanding.
    • For use with Precision Machine™ Multi-Tip Revolving Center only
    • CNC precision machined from solid steel
    • Case hardened points resist wear and tool damage
    • Versatile and durable
    • Made in USA
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    Versatile live center

    Comments On Jan 27, 2020:I originally purchased the Precision live center with the "ring and pin" center, as persuasively demonstrated in a Craft course a couple years ago. Since then, I've purchased the blunt end "pusher" ends (no point to scar a nearly finished bottom), as well as a flat disc with 3 screw holes. I used several of those to make both male and female tapered fittings to center small work. I use one of these with practically every piece--very large or very small--that I mount between centers.

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