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    Default HBM set up to get out nozzle bolts

    Thought some of yall might like to see this.

    Not rigid, not fast, but it works

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    Forgive my ignorance --- but what the heck kind of nozzle is that? Nice setup anyway!

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    Very nice. Great idea, that's thinking outside the box. I have an Ingersoll 90° air drill similar to that one, it's a torque monster. I think it would break my arm before stalling.

    Ack, that is probably a steam turbine housing, so likely steam nozzles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AckshunW View Post
    Forgive my ignorance --- but what the heck kind of nozzle is that? Nice setup anyway!
    For the Turnboencabulator....

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    If it works, it MUST be rigid enough.

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    Way to go, HBs we’re one of my favourite machines ( except the TOS, I got bloody mesmerised by the controls), inventive, well played
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    That is a new usage to me for a Wolly. 6S7?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbent View Post
    That is a new usage to me for a Wolly. 6S7?
    Its a Narex

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    A Plus at the ingenious tool making

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    Is it just the light or did someone blast the splitline?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnoder View Post
    A Plus at the ingenious tool making
    I cant claim full credit to it, the tool was made years and years ago. I just remembered we had it and it would get these bolts out

    Its used mostly for drilling on a lathe.

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    How do you index the spacing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucky7 View Post
    How do you index the spacing?

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    Level out split line, sweep seal bore for center, put mill in neutral to rotate spindle, pick up location by sweeping bolt in, shift mill into low gear so spindle dosent turn, turn on air and remove bolt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alskdjfhg View Post
    I cant claim full credit to it, the tool was made years and years ago. I just remembered we had it and it would get these bolts out

    Its used mostly for drilling on a lathe.

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    Looking at your setup makes me happy - I wish I was there!


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