In your picture, we’re looking at the headstock side of the gizmo not the side that faces the blank right? Join Date Mar Posts 1, I haven’t seen it like this but I believe this is the same principle as a 2 prong driver. Items may sell for more or less. This item is part of the auction: Want to receive updates about upcoming auctions?
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Bidders who are known to us can pay by money order, cashiers check or personal check. Results 1 to 11 of With 4 sides you can’t really change the grain, with 2 sides you can move the piece while the tailstockside doesn’t move and this will change the direction of the grain, or if perhaps the boal is a NE you can change the sides so they are even and so on.
Al Stirt Bowl Driver?
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The Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts can arrange for shipping works, with the cost calculated at the end of the auction, taking into account multiple purchases that can be shipped together. He indicated that a drive center on aal large blank can lead to spindle galling. Except the two bolts just push into the wood.
Here is a picture of one that someone made but the two side bolts do not look adjustable. A full invoice should be emailed to the winner by the auctioneer within a day or two.
Al Stirt, Untitled Bowl
View auctioneer’s contact info Wholesalers must provide the auction company with a valid resale permit at the time of the sale or tax will be charged. Isn’t that thing just a revamped faceplate driver? He wasn’t using a boel on the tailstock as this would create a hole that would stymie micro adjusting of that end. I’m guessing the bolts are adjustable, like someone else said you are looking at the lathe side, the plate is probably threaded, thats how you’d adjust the wood.
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Sponsored Forums Private Forums Authors. Leo, could you talk about your similar implement, possibly showing pics?
Just used a cup-type center that held the piece with tailstock pressure. Buyer is responsible to arrange for pick-up of purchased works and all expenses associated with shipping. Ask the auctioneer a question The time now is 9: Have fun and take care.
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Selections from the Lipto I haven’t seen it like this but I believe this is the same principle as a 2 prong driver. Originally Posted by Wl Kountz.
All you need is a spare faceplate with two sharpened bolds sticking out and away you go, of course you can drill and tap thread in the faceplate and then can screw the bolds in and out at will, and lock them with just a locking nut, easy. The use of the two pin driver is very handy when going to turn a blank with the bark still left on, where you would want to get the best orientation for the balance of the piece and centering and the grain, placing the blank between a driver like that and the tailstock center you can move the piece around without restriction, both on the head and tailstock side, even after partial turning you can reorient the piece.
Leo Van Der Loo has shown pictures of several of these in the past, I believe even with 4 or more larger sheet metel screws sticking through to drive the blank.
Join Date Mar Posts 1, I have a Beall tap so I think I will make one that threads on to the spindle similar to the one in the picture.
If I am correct you would still have to use a tail stock to push the blank onto this driver. Hi Mike, the driver that’s shown is just another incarnation of the old faceplate driver, just like I have said before there’s nothing new in turning, just rehash of the old.