I needed some machining done to a vintage
part and received a reference to a shop that did a lot of cycling work
and had them modify some parts. Later I had some additional work
done and we kept in touch. One time they mentioned that they
allowed cyclists come in on the
weekends and use the machine shop. I said that I didn't know how
to machine and they told me that wasn't a problem. They ended up
teaching me everything I needed to know.
So, a professional machine shop with all it's machines, accessories,
and 60 years of machining experience was at my disposal. Yes!
As far as the Klein tools go, sometime this spring, I should have a
guide on how to use the tools to change a headset and bottom
bracket. Come back soon for these photographic guides.