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125MM 3 - JAW LATHE CHUCK SUITABLE FOR MYFORD LATHE

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About Myford

There was a collective groan of dismay from Britain's model makers, craftsmen and hobbyists when long established lathe manufacturer Myford Ltd. announced that it was going into liquidation. Founded as the Myford Engineering Company by Cecil Moore in 1934, the company from Beeston, Notts, had become regarded as 'the Rolls-Royce of small lathes'. Generations of model engineers depended on Myford lathes to turn the tiny precision parts needed to build exquisite scale steam locos, ships and other miniatures. The Super 7, first introduced in 1953, was a particular favourite of the scale engineering community for its robust build, wide range of speed settings, the microscopic precision of its adjustment ranges and the quality of its output. Other Myford machines, like planers, grinders and milling machines, were also favourites for craft and hobby enthusiasts working in wood and other materials. Until recently, Myford was being run by Cecil Moore's grandson, Christopher, who announced in July 2011 that the company would have to shut its doors due to the recession and cheaper foreign imports. He'd seen the Myford workforce decline from a peak of 350 to just 17. However by 2013, Myford lovers had three causes for cheer. One was that the company was still operating, under new management, from Mytholmroyd, West Yorks. This meant all spare parts were still available. The second piece of good news was that a new Myford lathe was scheduled for release in August 2013. Finally, a good supply of pre-loved Myford machines and parts continued to be available from third-party suppliers.