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b. The cutting-o;ff tool holder (fig. 5) is made either offset or straight
It is shaped to hold flat, thin-sectioned tool bits and is used to separate
pieces in the lathe.
c. The boring tool holders (fig. 6) are standardized commercial
types. Boring tool holders can be locally manufactured by slotting the
ends of rods and brazing high speed tool bits in these slots. Another
FIUiRE 6.- Boring tool holders.
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