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Manufactured by Gebrüder Saacke, at Eutingen, to the east of Pforzheim in Germany during the early 1950s, the “Saacke” was unusual for a miniature precision lathe in being arranged as a “combination machine”. In this respect it was rather like the (far less versatile) British Coronet “Ruby” lathe of a few years earlier in being adaptable, by being set vertically, to be used as a precision milling and drilling machine

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