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Topic Review (Newest First)
11-09-2012 04:14 PM
BWS Won't comment on the appropriateness of DP's and headwork.........

But here's "probably" the fastest way to get started on fixturing.Starting with this and then snag a cpl right angle plates.

Atlas Craftsman 6" 618 101 Lathe Bed Model No 101 21200 | eBay
11-06-2012 03:13 PM
Cylinder head fixture for Drill Press

I have been modifying a couple heads here and there for screw in studs and larger springs and higher valve lifts. I was wondering if you guys have any good ideas on building a fixture that will allow me to do this on the drill press. I have been doing them with a variable speed corded drill and im just looking at a more efficient way to do these and also I can do it with a consistent speed and pressure if i do it with a drill press. Im looking at something that I can bolt to the table and fasten a head to it. 99.9% of what I do is SBC so I will build it for that.

Any ideas on what is available out there on the market for me to maybe purchase directly? I can make it but If I can find something like this already built for a reasonable price it will probably be worth it.


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