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    Default heavy dovetail block

    Heavy block from a shaper, dovetail slots, put your anvil on it.
    Free, come and get it in 33334. Have to promise you won't scrap it, I could do that!
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    Would love to have it, too far away.
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    Bring it up to the Ga rally so we can meet in person! I'll take it home and mount a vise or two on it.
    Don't worry about the size difference

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    Looks like a radial drill block. It would be handy for doing large drill/mill jobs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by knelezen View Post
    Looks like a radial drill block. It would be handy for doing large drill/mill jobs.

    My thought exactly. A nice addition to any shop!

    Hopefully someone can save it and use it, for many uses.

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    Anybody heading west from Florida, could meet you some where out west. The Shaper table would work well in my machine shop.

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    Do you want the T slot size?
    It is machined to dovetail to the shaper.
    This is to good to scrap
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    Quote Originally Posted by frank8003 View Post
    Do you want the T slot size?
    It is machined to dovetail to the shaper.
    This is to good to scrap

    Yes on the dovetail size. It is too good to scrap. Any body heading out west to Oregon, Washington, Montana or Idaho, that could haul this shaper table let me know.

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