I am looking at getting some tipped tooling for my ML7 lathe. Up to now I have been using single tools in the standard lantern tool post. It's a bit of a faff swapping tools but I can fit up to 5/8" tooling into it. I also have a 4 way toolpost & I fitted it to see what size tooling to order. Some people don't like them but I don't mind, they are 400% better than a single toolpost! I was very disappointed to find that the biggest size tooling it will take and keep below centre is 6mm, due to the base height if the 4 way. You could maybe get 5/16" to fit if you grind the tip lower, not something you can do with tipped tools! Has anyone seen a way of fitting 10 or 12mm tooling to a Myford? I know that quick change toolposts are commonly used but I can't justify that sort of investment for limited personal use. I have thought about machining a few mm off the base of the 4 way but I don't want to weaken it if there is another way around it. It is just over 8mm thick, I would need to remove maybe 4.5mm to fit a 12mm tool which isn't leaving much to support the tool!