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    Rifle stock duplicating machine

    Started making this the other day. It's about 75% complete...but like most of my projects, that's the point at which I lose interest in them and park them up for a while.

    Anyway, here is my progress to date.




    Modifying a router, note the safety jandals... Excellent for mig welding in.





    And finally a drill Chuck on opposite side to router to hold a profiled stylus.




    I've done a bit more than what's in photos, but not enough to finish it. Will look at having it done this side of Christmas.

    Kj

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    Fancy adjustable counter weight. I could/should have put it to better use and lifted it up and down daily to become a muscle man...but anyone who's ever met me would know that would be like flogging a dead horse, as I make Ethiopians look like Arnold Schwarzenegger!



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    I truely admire someone who has the brains and the gumption to make stuff like this. I think it happens only in NZ.

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    This would be right up Tobys alley
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    Just did 6 Vsds on a 6 head pantograph. 1 metres axis both ways, working well
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    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maca49 View Post
    Just did 6 Vsds on a 6 head pantograph. 1 metres axis both ways, working well

    Hey Maca, what's a vsds? I think I caught that once before when I slept with a girl from Wanganui... and I definitely wouldn't want to catch it again?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kimjon View Post
    Hey Maca, what's a vsds? I think I caught that once before when I slept with a girl from Wanganui... and I definitely wouldn't want to catch it again?
    You certainly would appreciate a girl with my VSD (Variable Speed Drive)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maca49 View Post
    You certainly would appreciate a girl with my VSD (Variable Speed Drive)
    Ah, I've seen a sad documentary on netflix about men who were into rubber doles with a vsd... you can't unsee that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kimjon View Post
    Ah, I've seen a sad documentary on netflix about men who were into rubber doles with a vsd... you can't unsee that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimjon View Post
    Ah, I've seen a sad documentary on netflix about men who were into rubber doles with a vsd... you can't unsee that.
    I don't know Kimjon, I think we have watched the same documentary and some of those dolls are pretty impressive... speaking of which, say you get this contraption of yours up and running, if I can supply a huge block of silicon and a beautiful woman...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan_Songhurst View Post
    I don't know Kimjon, I think we have watched the same documentary and some of those dolls are pretty impressive... speaking of which, say you get this contraption of yours up and running, if I can supply a huge block of silicon and a beautiful woman...
    Of course, but both are likely to come back fucked

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    if it works for you I have a stock id love copied

    we'd better catch up soon to in a few weeks I have to go to Hamilton for the day so might be able to catch up for lunch or something

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    Quote Originally Posted by rambo-6mmrem View Post
    if it works for you I have a stock id love copied

    we'd better catch up soon to in a few weeks I have to go to Hamilton for the day so might be able to catch up for lattes or something
    ......fixed
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    Quote Originally Posted by rambo-6mmrem View Post
    if it works for you I have a stock id love copied

    we'd better catch up soon to in a few weeks I have to go to Hamilton for the day so might be able to catch up for lunch or something
    Sounds good, be great to catch up.

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    hey kimjon,
    I did a tonne of research into these as i was going to have one built. I guess you have seen this ? Gunstock Carving and Duplication
    i think the ability to have the stocks turn on a foot switch is brilliant. that means you don't have to keep stopping to turn them.... it wouldn't be hard to do.

 

 

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