One of three Hauser milling machines that I have. They are all from the 1940’s and still very accurate. I have fitted this one with dial gauges and a small rotary table.

Using a Laser edge finder on the Hauser mill to ensure the accurate alignment of two hinges.

The Cowells Lathe. This is my main workhorse. It’s used in an open topped box to collect swarf, normally fine metal: gold or silver.

Turning a 22ct pocket watch case front using a specially adapted chuck with boxwood jaws that can be machined to the exact size of the work.

Here I am using my Perris lathe to make to make some more dividing plates for the Cowells dividing head. Note the 1″ telescopic sight mount used to hold the Foredom Drill hand piece on the vertical slide