We'll never forget !!!

Since I received it a month ago, I've spent a lot of my spare time working with this machine, but I also spend a fair amount on the web looking for good technical information and project ideas. Here are some of my personal favorites.

Tool Links:

  1. Harbor Freight Tools
  2. Enco
  3. Grizzly Industrial
  4. Williams Low-Buck Tools
  5. Lathemaster
  6. Homier
  7. Northern Industrial

Machinist's Links:

  1. Mini-Late/Mini-Mill
  2. Pat's Big List...
  3. Varmint Al's
  4. J.K. McCoy's Shop
  5. Home Metals Shop Club
  6. Dean's Machine Links
  7. Chipmaker's World

Automobile Related Links:

  1. British Sports Car Restoration
  2. Tom Yang's Ferrari Restoration Page
  3. Auto Restorer Online
  4. Hemmings Motor News

"Write to me !!"

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Good News!! Jim Harvey has published a new book that puts professional machining techniques and solutions in a context that is understandable by the beginner. I told Jim that I get about 3 to 4 e-mails a week from people looking for basic introductory information. This book addresses this critical need, and represents a significant contribution to the machining hobby. For more detailed information please click on the picture and it will link you to Jim's website.

See my review here 
Cheers!!
Ray

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