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That UNITRON microscope is an awsome tool. It can measure jewels (id and od), staffs, pivots, hole dimensions and locations, gear teeth, screws and any other tiny part to .0001 inches. I have some other nice lathes as well which include a LEVIN (square head) instrument lathe with turret, a LEVIN ball bearing headstock WW watchmaker lathe, a DERBYSHIRE double pedistal instrumthe lathe with turret, and a whole bunch of others WOLF JAHN, LORCH, PEERLESS, DERBYSHIRE, BOLEY, UNIMAT, SINCERE, etc. I have been collecting these machines for the past 43 years. I will try to see what I can do to get the pictures out.