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The “baby” of the Toledo lathes the 16-inch swing spinning lathe weighed a modest 600 lbs and was designed, according to the makers for: spinning, trimming, flanging, curling and wiring edges; for burnishing pressed, stamped or drawn work in brass, copper, tin, aluminium, steel or black iron. Check the

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