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Milling table Advice
« on: 14.11. 2014 16:01 »
I have acquired a milling turn table, made by George Gorton Machine Company from the states. I am trying to establish how old it is and how good they are. A very heavy unit !! May be up for grabs !!

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Re: Milling table Advice
« Reply #1 on: 14.11. 2014 20:09 »
G'day colin.
A picture would help. Are there any numbers stamped on it?
A link to a lot of info  http://gorton-machine.org/
Interesting, his machines engraved the "Lords Prayer" on the point of a pin in the 30's.
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