Olukayode Okunowo 08034271630: Great! it is awesome. Thank you for sharing.
Silas Longshot: Excellent tool design, no chatter (or at least minimal) because cutter is on a pedestal instead of an arm!
Ton Buitendijk: Any drawings of this project. I want to built one for my own lath.
Tom Whent: That is a really slick way to make that attachment! To keep your locking set-screws from marring your slide, try brazing a small bit of bronze rod onto the tip of the screw and relieved to clear the threads.
Sebastien Faubert: any plan for the dye order ?? im at school and it could be à Nice project thanks to reply
Siegfried Gust: Great way of doing it. Far better that the ones that mount to the tool post. This seems like it would cause very little vibration, plus you could make a tool holder to make concave ball shells with it too.
R Johns: Nice brass balls! lol
GIwillo: very nice! btw. whats the music playing? very relaxing :)
Defnotdemas: Wow that's amazing. Great tool! If I make one I might put the handle farther away from where it is so I'm not so close to the chuck.
Celestino Clemente: Thank you very much to share it with us. Have you drawing or plans that you could send to me? Best regards.
wickedcivic1: is it possible to cut a round knob without this tool ?
georgio jansen: perfect. gives me idea to make one with different degrees. thanks goedendag
peter canning: do you have blue prints for the ball turner
peter canning: love it awesome job
Graeme Priestley: Only thing, I am a Fitter Turner, Retired, why did he only take shallow cuts, looked to be half Millimetre, Twenty thou, a time ?
ישראל יצחקי: יפה
Kimberly Hamm: i would like to have a radius ball turner made for a 1937 craftsman metal lathe could you make me 1
Daniel Monsalve: Hi!, what manner you advance the cutter?. I cannot see at video Thanks!
Kenneth Webb: Elegantly done, great video with no fluff