hello all, I recently got a nice present, an Honden L450 lathe, after long GOOGLE search i couldn't find the manufacture in order to trace parts (the Half-nut mechanism need to be replaced, spare sprockets and so on). I recently purchased a brand new unused Honden Lathe Model No L850B Date stamped Nov 1990 packed in its original crate. honden lathe - Woodwork Forums - Proxy - Highlight Honden L450 E Lathe. Headstock oil, cain't say from here but swab it out.
along my searches i found in some forum someone says it is called also Mc Millian or Repco saying that they are common lathe in Australia, but i could not find those either.. 1983 Taiwan | Trade Me business-farming-industry/ other/ auction-94250422- Proxy - Highlight Honden L450 E Lathe. Since you already know it is important, you will do it to your satisfaction and that will probably be better than a drain.
I stopped right as Ravnica was being introduced, so I'm rather ignorant of everything since.
His deck also had a bigger WOW factor which I think you would appreciate so I'll post the decklist from memory and talk about it a bit.
They are a great surprise - I have had relative success with Mirror Gallery, but I fear it is a 'win more' card. I have 1 Mountain/Island/Plains as targets for Sakura-Tribe Elder and Kodama's Reach, for when I am unable to find Orochi Leafcaller. In order I usually play them (after tutoring them) is Green-White-Red-Blue-Black, because I need the blockers and life before I become trampled. You could also go full basic lands and use prismatic omen For lands, what about the vivid lands? You could also go with reflecting pool and vivid lands. There's also newer dual lands that CIPT that give you 1 life when they do.
If I have the 4/5 Hondens out, the game is over usually. I will definitely get paradox Paradox Haze, it looks way better than Mirror Gallery. You could also go full basic lands and use prismatic omen My friend has a very casual Honden deck that inspired me to make my own.
The only interesting difference between manual and lathe seems to be the handles arrangement on the apron.
Oil goes in via two spring lid cups above but user-wards of the bearings, covering oil holes maybe 1/16" diam.