£8.40 for two (plus about £3 postage) cheap enough for you? Slainte.transatlantic":32484saq said:I can't justify £16 on two little metal rings
Perfect! ... Will need to think of a few more things to may the PP worth while (£6)Bm101":u0gnp2ed said:http://www.wdsltd.co.uk/categories/58/location-pins-positioning-parts/120/set-shaft-collars/
Not really what I am after (https://benchdogs.co.uk/products/b-collar)Sgian Dubh":u0gnp2ed said:£8.40 for two (plus about £3 postage) cheap enough for you? Slainte.transatlantic":u0gnp2ed said:I can't justify £16 on two little metal rings
https://www.axminster.co.uk/axminster-s ... amp-200233
20mm, most dogs are milled at 19.98mm I believe.ED65":u0gnp2ed said:What is the ID needed for these transatlantic?
If there's something matching (or close) in common steel or iron pipe you could just fit short lengths of that into the drilled holes. A trip to the local scrap merchants might net a length of something suitable for pennies.
rafezetter":295tsxck said:What am I missing? I thought bench dogs were friction fit with a spring or other device?
The bench dogs I am talking about are the ones designed for an MFT type top (not the handtool spring mounted type)sammy.se":295tsxck said:Also, what's the point of using these collars? How do they get used?