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    My father has a vision impairment (MD) and needs things enlarged. Does anyone know of a magnifier on a flexible arm that I could attach to the lathe stand/bench to help with seeing exactly where the tool is hitting the timber?

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    Hi, have a look on Morris & Sons - Lamps and Magnifiers.
    Their web site is www.morrisandsons.com.au
    On their web site you will find many different types that can be used on a desk or a floor standing unit.
    Hope this helps you, Cheers Alby

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    Thanks. Some of the flexi ones on that site look good.

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    Glad I could be of help,Cheers Alby

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    I know McJings have them in store not sure if they have them on their website.

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