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  1. Danny C
    04-19-2014 10:06 PM
    Danny C
    No - not about tilting - it is a flatness thing.

    Starting out it would be very low - 1/2 inch or so. Then by stacking metal sections it could be made as tall as the person would want. They wouldn't necessarily screw together but pin together like an accessory head does.

    Since all the "heads" for the various vises are the same this one could be an "optional extra" and it could replace a traditional head with an adjustable head height. They could be stacked as needed.

    Possibly just stacked with pins or 2 pins and one countersunk screw to keep it really tight.

    Just an idea.
  2. ErrieGraven
    02-05-2014 01:49 AM
    Hi Steve,

    I have a question about the scroll drawing package of Paul. I am very intereseted in the package and want to buy it, I send Paul a PM for shippings costs, but unfortunately he doesn't replay. I hope everything is alright with him!
    As I am so interested in the package and I want to buy it, I want to ask you if you could be so kind to notify Paul about my request. May be you find my question a bit silly, but as the package is on your webshop I thought you could help me out on this.
    I thank you in advance and I hope I did not cause any inconvenience if so I really apologize for that.


  3. JJ Roberts
    08-17-2013 01:27 PM
    JJ Roberts
    Steve, My new student got his Classic yesterday and is loving life, another new happy engraver. I'll get him started on those motorcycle parts he wants to engrave this week. J.J.
  4. Cinque
    04-16-2013 04:03 AM
    Hello Steve her my first engraving with the classic great engraver
  5. jack
    01-30-2013 08:43 AM
    Ok, it seems like I have waited long enough. How about some pictures of that jeep of yours. A picture of it before and then after would be great. Jack
  6. dimov64
    10-14-2012 05:14 AM
  7. charles starks
    02-09-2012 06:52 PM
    charles starks
    steve , do you have any of John Schippers book left ?
    if so i was wondering if you have a good stock of them . im looking at purchasing this boock but i wont have the money tell the middle to end of next month . i want to just make sure i wont miss out . things are alittle tight right now
  8. akintagleocarving
    10-26-2011 10:57 AM
    Hi Steve
    This is Amir, Thank you for sending the information. I will be ordering the tools soon and might will need your help on bits and bobs. Kind regards AK
  9. pashajelski
    10-18-2011 02:08 PM
    yes,all work
  10. bucklemaker
    08-23-2011 07:33 PM
    Hey Steve, Thank you for inviting me to join your forum. I am now convinced I cant live without your Nitro! . I will be ordering from you soon. Thank you again.

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    Kearney, NE
    machine tools, photography, fishing, RC sailplanes
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