This one I’ve been wanting and waiting on for a while. It’s a tube clamp for my lathe. It mounts on the toolpost and you clamp a tube in it. Put a holesaw in the chuck, rotate the compound to the desired angle and it miters a tube to the very angle you need. This is going to speed up the process of cutting frame tubes, and allow me to do a few things that weren’t really feasible before.
It’s got a bit of up/down adjustment, so I can make off-center cuts as well. That will be useful for making lugs and all that bilaminate stuff I’ve been wanting to do. I can also do some milling out of slots and stuff in tubes, and drill holes that are perfectly lined up. I need to get a few holesaws and try it out this weekend, so there will be some updates soon with the carnage, um, I mean results;)