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23 CM GS35b PA Parts

All parts were made in my own construction facilities at home, using mostly brass and copper.

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23cM-GS35-anC2.JPG
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23cM-GS35-anC3.JPG
23cM-GS35-anC4.JPG
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23cM-GS35-fail.JPG
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23cM-GS35-cav.JPG
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23cM-GS35-raw.JPG
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23cM-GS35airflow.JPG
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23cM-GS35-cool.JPG
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23cM-GS35-cool1.JPG
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23cM-GS35-cool3.JPG
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23cM-GS35-cool4.JPG
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23cM-GS35-cool5.JPG
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23cM-GS35-cool6.JPG
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The anode water cooler is made  from a destroyed air cooler, which has decide to travel around in my workshop, after an attempt to minimize the dimensions on the lathe machine. It's happens if you are in a hurry and forgot to put the turning center to the part you working on.

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