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After I got my Jet Mini lathe, I discovered that the tool rests were too large for small applications. So I got some cold roll steel, cut to length for the shaft, soldered on some copper pipe fittings and made my own. The larger one has a piece of electrical conduit soldered on too. The round rest on the small one works fine and I really cant tell the difference from a normal rest. I think that a round one would work well with longer rests too. I have been using them for more than 5 years now and they are still as strong as ever. Here are the top and side views
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