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**ENDED**WTB Hollowing system

Discussion in 'Woodworking-Related Items For Sale, Trade, or WTB' started by Chris Geeo, Apr 18, 2018.

  1. Chris Geeo

    Chris Geeo Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    Looking for a Carter or Simple hollowing system. Doesn't have to have the sight laser. Let me know what you'd be willing to part with and price.
     
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    Schroedc Trying to kick a nasy sawdust habbit.... Staff Member Global Moderator Full Member

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    How big a lathe? I've got a smaller D bar system that would probably work on midi lathes up to maybe 16 inch swing
     
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    If Chris passes on the D bar I may be interested.
     
  4. Chris Geeo

    Chris Geeo Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    I have a 12" lathe. But, I have yet to see a D bar system and a Google search didn't result in anything. Wouldnt have pictures by chance?
     
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    You got enough bed length for a system?
     
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    12x36
     
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    If it's the one I am thinking of:
    https://lylejamieson.com/product/basic-package/
     
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  8. Schroedc

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    I think if you look up Jameson hollower it'll give you an idea, this one would be perfect for you I ran it on a Rockwell 12 or 14 inch by 40, I'll try to dig it out tonight
     
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  10. Chris Geeo

    Chris Geeo Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    Thanks @Schroedc! Looks like that may do the trick if the price is right. Let me know your price.
     
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    Sprung Amateur Sawdust Maker Full Member

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    Not enough bed length was an easy problem to overcome!

    Hollow2.jpg
     
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    Looks like the one Sprung posted for the basic idea. I have the handle and the capture bar and the post. It'll take a midi size EWT bar or you'd have to have some bars made for it. I should be able to find it tonight. I shortened the post to make it fit my lathe but I do have the section removed so you could make it fit a lathe up to about 20 inches IIRC.
     
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    @Chris Geeo finally got it out for pictures. I shortened the base for the capture bar to fit a 12 inch lathe but do have the section to add back in if you went up to an 18 or 20 inch lathe. (It had been used on a powermatic 35-20 before I got it)

    I'll do 100 shipped for it if it'll work for you, I can link to bars that fit it or can give the dimensions you'll need to have someone like @woodtickgreg make them for you.

    1524532044847217796955.jpg
     
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  14. Chris Geeo

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    Man, that's a big boy! How wide is the rear support frame?
    Also, @woodtickgreg how much would you charge for a couple carbide ready bars?
     
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    It's about 34 inches wide
     
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    Well dang, that's a bit big for my space. Might have to shorten it a little. But, I'll take it!

    Now just waiting on @woodtickgreg
     
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    Thanks to @Schroedc this deal is done! Thanks again, everything arrived safe and sound! I appreciate the fancy pieces of wood too!
     
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