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Old 06-16-2004, 09:28 PM   #1
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anyone know if there is a site that sells hudy lathes and diamond bits at a good and reasonable price...thanks



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You're gonna be hard pressed to find a diamond bit for a good low price. However, I've heard that some hardware stores sell carbide bits for like 3 bucks a piece. You could get a lot of carbide bits for for the price of one diamond bit. Just a thought.
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When I was shopping around for my Hudy lathe, I found that most places sold them for about the same price. +/- a few bucks. I ordered my lathe and diamond bit from Hudy's E-Shop. Pretty quick service. Don't forget to order the arbor.
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I just recieved my hudy lathe that I ordered from stormer, I think stormer has the lowest price on the advanced and tech models(159.99 and 189.99). For bits, order from Mcmaster-Carr.
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doesnt speedtechrc have also good deals on hudy comm lathes???
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Old 06-18-2004, 05:35 PM   #8
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Why don't you go check?
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