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caveman wrote:
We all do it :D

Actually, there is a tiny ambiguity - when you do the "short workpiece" technique,
do you align the steady at the headstock (chuck) end, the tailstock (dead centre) end,
or whatever you feel like at the time?

Keith was a chuck-ender (if that's a word)

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