FloryPB Freak Boring Service
My lathe is currently down I will let you know when I get the spindle fixed. I need to find a set of bearings for this old lathe which are not a standard size unfortunately
Sorry for the inconvenience will resume operation after I get the lathe back up and running correctly
I am starting up my freak boring service again, I have done this in small amounts in the past but now that I have some time at night after work I would like to get this going more often.
I will only accept aluminum barrels at this time.
Show me a picture of the barrel before sending it to make sure I can put it in my fixture.
Proof of work, I use a reamer instead of a boring bar followed by a flex hone just to make sure its nice and smooth and there are no little burs still in the barrel.
Now for the good news
Price $20 per barrel + Return Shipping meaning whatever it cost you to get it to me add it to the $20 and I will send it back the same way I receive it.
I guarantee my work
I will guarantee same week turnaround or its free, unless unforeseen complications, IE my house burns down, my lathe breaks, etc.
Also all freak inserts will fit your barrel after I bore it and your barrel will not get destroyed or I will buy the barrel for whatever the market value is.
I also reserve the right to send any barrel back that I feel cannot be freak bored correctly with my setup, or if the barrel itself cannot be freak bored for reasons of being to thin afterwards or out of round.
Can you do Javelins?
Any discount for sending in multiple barrels?
Pictures of lathe/set up? :). Just to oogle over!
How about an Axe and Bob Long .693 gen 3 Timmy barrel?
I use a reamer with a stop. The black piece is delrin to prevent scratching when the edge of the barrel touches. I have a bigger stop for phantom barrels, that one on there is for the normal bore. I have a few flex hones I use afterwards to clean up any burrs that could possibly be there.
There is a bit more going on inside my chuck but I will leave you guys to guess what is going on in there centers it, dampens it and prevents tapered barrels from wanting to move:p
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