Step 6: Conclusion

With our sketchpad overflowing with drawings and notes, we finalised how we would go about our installation (photo 18). Setting a few rules to follow, offering the scales around the machine and sketching the possible mounting positions put to rest the apprehension of fitting a digital readout to the smaller lathe. As with most engineering projects there are always a number of possible solutions, making the task interesting and enjoyable.
<p>Very nice work, I Live in Canada &amp; have a small lathe with a attached milling machine &amp; am wondering if you know if this setup can be used on it. Also would like to know where to get the unit @ an idea of what it cost .</p><p>Great Job </p>
<p>very good</p>

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