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8) Outer holes were not drilled all the way through, finishing them with a 7/32 drill.

8) Outer holes were not drilled all the way through, finishing them with a 7/32 drill.

22) Testing Rotation - Two notches were added to allow acces to the bolts holding the monitor in the bearing. They weren't actually needed in the end.

22) Testing Rotation - Two notches were added to allow acces to the bolts holding the monitor in the bearing. They weren't actually needed in the end.

3) Making out inner cut out on 1/2" oak plywood.  Plywood was already timmed to inner dimension of dynamo cab. Approx 23.75" square.

3) Making out inner cut out on 1/2" oak plywood. Plywood was already timmed to inner dimension of dynamo cab. Approx 23.75" square.

15) Drill and countersink the other monitor tab hole.

15) Drill and countersink the other monitor tab hole.

6) Flip over and route with a template bit. The clamps have to be moved to finish off the cut.

6) Flip over and route with a template bit. The clamps have to be moved to finish off the cut.

5) Attach the bearing, line up and clamp down.

5) Attach the bearing, line up and clamp down.

2) Testing the tube fitment - it does fit as predicted There were even two pre-drilled mounting hole that aligned with the tabs perfectly.

2) Testing the tube fitment - it does fit as predicted There were even two pre-drilled mounting hole that aligned with the tabs perfectly.

19) Start of final assembly - tube mounting in bearing. Change of plan too, the bearing will be attached to the rear of the mounting panel Degauss coil flipped to the opposite side of the tube.

19) Start of final assembly - tube mounting in bearing. Change of plan too, the bearing will be attached to the rear of the mounting panel Degauss coil flipped to the opposite side of the tube.

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