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monster articluated hollowing system

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re-evaluating my tool needs and have decided to part with a gently used monster articulated hollowing system.Set up for a powermatic 3520b.
much of the system has never touched wood.
Articulated arm supported by six thrust bearings, for a very, very smooth operation
3/4" main boring bar and 5 1/2" long extension
Straight 3/16" tool with holder
Straight 1/4" tool with holder
45 degree angle tool holder with 1/4" high speed steel tool bit
Swivel tool holder with 3/16” high speed steel tool bit
Round carbide cutter mounted on a custom machined stem
Comes with the basic package listed on the website along with some extras
swan neck hollowing bar
1/2" boring bar adapter
3/8" boring bar adapter
tear drop scraper
over 650.00 invested
$400.00 OBO SHIPPING NOT INCLUDED FROM DENVER
pics on request apparently my files are too large to upload
pm or email for pics
ajthunem@gmail.com
 

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The maximum image size is 1920 X 1920 pixels. If your image is larger than that then you would need to either shrink or crop it. The other limitation is maximum file size which is 250 kB (AAW members can post images with file sizes up to 2MB. For display on most screens a maximum image size of about 1200 X 1200 pixels is more than adequate. If the file size exceeds the maximum value, it can be compressed using the free software that comes with all cameras.
 
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There's free image modification software built-in to Windows computers.

With the image displayed, press the "PrtScr" button on the keyboard. This places a screen shot file on a "Clipboard."

Open MSPaint, and Select "Edit" and "Paste." (from the Clipboard).
Manipulate the image by cropping out the extraneous information on the screen shot. Add text if you like.

"Save As" a new file name, which will be on the order of about 100KB, quite adequate for these purposes.

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