Pultra 17/70 lathe

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    Dell
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    Hi all

    just finished restoring my new to me Pultra 17/70 10mm lathe , wanted something just a bit bigger than my Derbyshire Magnus .D084B3BC-976E-435C-9601-4D57421E52E9

    have a happy new year Dell

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    brianw
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    Really nice lathe.
    I have the 17/50 version with all the bells and whistles and it is brilliant. I find that I don’t really use my star watchmakers lathe anymore as I prefer the Pultra

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    brianw
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    Where did you get the toolpost holder from. That looks really nice…..

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    Dell
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    Hi brianw

    the QCTP is Multifix from PeWe tools in Germany after the hassle of keeping to change tool bit and having to centre every time it makes life so much easier I wouldn’t be without it now , I had to make a couple of bits to mount it and a riser plate with my Pultra being 70mm centre height, I had a Derbyshire Magnus before but this Pultra is so much better.

    I am in the process of making a milling attachment for it at the moment because I can’t find a genuine one.

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    brianw
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    I’ve just bought the Multifix AAA toolpost holder from PeWe too. It was expensive, but so much better than the old system. The lathe is a pleasure to use.

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