Re: Vern Juenke Internal Concentricity Comparator
In the grand scheme of things, a grand is chump change, especially when the item is a precision instrument.
I paid of 50 grand for my last machine (that has nothing to do with reloading BTW) and I considered that a good deal.
Anything precision costs.
I'd like to see the 'inner workings' and how it does what it does. I'll have to do a patent search on Mr. Juenke.
Doing a bit of surface digging, Vern Juenke aka: Nevada Air Products (also a military contractor, DOD certified), patented a mechanical tracking device in 1958. Only one I've found so far, but I'm looking......
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