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Not too long ago, at the very longest, August, someone( sorry I forgot who) asked the same question. From what I remember, it was a pretty good thread. Lots of info.

I know little about them but I do know the vega name. They are written as being the gold standard from what I understand. There deffenitly not cheap but, nothing about turning is cheap!
 

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BigJoe16 said:
Not too long ago, at the very longest, August, someone( sorry I forgot who) asked the same question. From what I remember, it was a pretty good thread. Lots of info.

I know little about them but I do know the vega name. They are written as being the gold standard from what I understand. There deffenitly not cheap but, nothing about turning is cheap!
It was me. And i ended up buying the vega dupicator .. I love it but spent around $300. And that's for the midi lathe :)
I recommend it..
 

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I own the big vega for my powermatic. Don't use it much but it's a very good machine. I was able to duplicate parts to extreme accuracy. It's easy to use and well built. I would highly recommend them. I have not turned on lesser expensive units so I don't know how they stack up.
 
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