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  1. #46
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    http://www.t4i.com.au/downloads/Specials_Flyer.pdf



    Here is a place which sells lots of lathing goodies.
    I am not affiliated with them in any way but I found out about them at my local hardware store.
    I don't think they are the cheapest though.......but the catalogue is nice to look at.....as is there website

  2. #47
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    I believe T4I is the trade arm of H&F. Anyone confirm or deny?

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    HI,
    The Seller 't4i' is Hare & Forbes, we have been getting these Catalogues for about two years at Work. From what I was told t4i was set up so Industrial/Engineering Supply Companys like B.J. Bearings could Sell there Products for a Commision. I have noticed though sometimes the Prices in the t4i Catalogues are better than Buying from Hare & Forbes directly.
    All The Best steran50 Stewart

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  4. #49
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    Quote Originally Posted by steran50 View Post
    HI,
    The Seller 't4i' is Hare & Forbes, we have been getting these Catalogues for about two years at Work. From what I was told t4i was set up so Industrial/Engineering Supply Companys like B.J. Bearings could Sell there Products for a Commision. I have noticed though sometimes the Prices in the t4i Catalogues are better than Buying from Hare & Forbes directly.
    Well that confirms my suspicion about the web page. I thought Hare and Forbes had changed their name at first glance.

  5. #50
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    Mick Moyle's Engineer Supplies

    Good source of second hand parts for older machines and also imports new tooling, vises etc.

  6. #51
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    Has anyone tried Mick Moyle's adjustable reamers? The price seems OK.

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    Smile High Speed Steel Taps Reamers and Dies for Metalworking

    I have been ordering my taps dies and reamers from a place in Canada for about 30 years. They use high speed steel and the quality is amazing! Sometime I will even tap more than 1 hole with thier taps...... hehe

    If you are looking for a great quality tap reamer or die try Taylor Tool. They have a huge stock selection but also manufacture specials. So no matter what the size they can most likely do it.

    There sales staff is so great and knowlegable, if you are having a hard time finding the part or are just really confused and need some help call (or email) Colleen. She has been working with taps dies and reamers for over 40 years and can more than likely anwser your questions. the number is 519-658-9378 (there is a toll free one, but I dunno what it is) and her email is sales@taylortool.com

  9. #54
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    For carbide inserts and tooling I use this outfit in NZ. Evan is the guy that runs it. Really friendly and helpful. Good quality stuff. I haven't looked around extensively so I'm not sure how he compares but probably worth a look.

    CARBIDENZ

    Cheers

    Mark

  10. #55
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkZ View Post
    I haven't looked around extensively
    I just had a look at some of their pricing for milling and lathe inserts...can get the ones i need off ebay far far cheaper and/or elsewhere.

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    Thanks Eskimo. Next time I need more inserts I'll have a good look around. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eskimo View Post
    I just had a look at some of their pricing for milling and lathe inserts...can get the ones i need off ebay far far cheaper and/or elsewhere.
    Hi eskimo. Re Carbidenz, are you comparing apples with apples? ie. genuine Kyocera cutting tools from Japan? Don't forget Carbidenz prices are in NZ dollars. Cheers.

    Carbide NZ Home

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    Default ER32 Collet set

    I took a punt and ordered an 18 piece metric ER32 collet set from this Ebay store stores.ebay.com.au eBay Stores haruyr_kb in Hong Kong. They arrived today, and using a #3 MT collet chuck from CTC tools in the mill, checked the runout. It came out at .0002", which is far better than I anticipated. At the time I ordered them, they were $65.99 US, including postage. I notice he has now increased his price to $89.99 US including postage, which is still a pretty good deal.

    Cheers,

    Ned

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    Hi,
    I just wanted to put a plug in for Dean at Demco Tooling, along with a thank you for the service he has given me over the years.
    He just sent me a letter to say about his new website, so I thought I would put it up here as a happy customer.

    In the link below I see Dean says about getting the company going over 5 years ago, this was around the time I started buying off him through ebay, and bought a Taiwanese 75mm boring head set and a Taiwanese NT30/ER32 collet set that I have spoken about on here in the past. Since then I have bought other gear off him both new and second hand.

    Both the boring head and the collet chuck set are of really good quality, and in all these years I have not had a problem with anything I have bought off him.

    Demco Tooling- About Us


    Dave

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    Anyone finding the postage costs for CTC Tools to be way higher then they should...

    Even just generic items like taps and dies the postage is way too high IMO...
    Light red, the colour of choice for the discerning man.

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