Would you like to be able to produce a near-mirror finish like the one shown above? It is the result of a .0015" deep facing cut on a three inch square aluminum plate with a feed of .000048 in/rev. If you have ever tried to do something like this, you probably found that it required interminable cranking of the cross slide dial at a painfully slow rate. Now, if you own a Taig lathe with power feed, this handy accessory that you can build in one afternoon from my plans will do all that cranking for you.
The feeds are:

Slow: .000048 in/rev

Medium: .000085 in/rev

Fast: .000133 in/rev

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