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Andy

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Whilst refurbishing an old elu overhead router that has sat in the corner of my workshop for years, I found the part below on the shelf under the router table. I must have put it there myself at some point but cannot for the life of me remember what it is or where it came from. I assume that it has something to do with the router because of where I had left it but really cannot be sure. Anybody have any ideas what it might be? There are two parts to it, one which fits inside the other, and a number of allan screws coming out at various angles.
thanks, Andrew

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It puts me in mind of an eccentric chuck arrangement that I saw some (many) years ago whereby you could turn oval parts....... never used one and can't remember much else about it.
 

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Whilst refurbishing an old elu overhead router that has sat in the corner of my workshop for years, I found the part below on the shelf under the router table. I must have put it there myself at some point but cannot for the life of me remember what it is or where it came from. I assume that it has something to do with the router because of where I had left it but really cannot be sure. Anybody have any ideas what it might be? There are two parts to it, one which fits inside the other, and a number of allan screws coming out at various angles.
thanks, Andrew

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It looks like you could use it for off centre turning i had a similar arrangement for a cornet major lathe.
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