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Published on Mar 30, 2009
Maybe the best solution would be to buy a new tailstock but this was the solution that I found.
In this five vids I'm going to show a modification on the Sherline tailstock lathe A constant sliding movement generates a wear in the base of the tailstock this is provokes a loss of the alingnment of the tailstock with the center of the headstock this way provoking a great difficult in making precises holes in very small diameter pieces. This modification will allow both its a vertical adjustement as the horizontal adjustement bringing the solution for this type of problem in the tailstocks that are already very used.