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    [QUOTE=thermite;3494475]GOOD ON YAH!

    Now.. the REST of us know whom to go to for internal keyways!

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    ​That’s Right, LOL !

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    How much did you have to pay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mac007 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by thermite View Post
    GOOD ON YAH!

    Now.. the REST of us know whom to go to for internal keyways!

    ​That’s Right, LOL !
    More than one way to gin up a bit of extra bizness.

    Must say, this was more FUN than a buncha pop-up adverts... or pol-hit-it-cull de-repro-bates...


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    John would love the manual
    I'll ask the scanning department to schedule it.

    Sorry it took so long

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1412/15016.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnoder View Post
    I'll ask the scanning department to schedule it.

    Sorry it took so long

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1412/15016.pdf
    Thanks for the Link

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    I was gonna post my video on Rotary Broaching a Keyway on the lathe, but I guess you got it covered
    Was that the auction in Hillsborough?
    Congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRock1000 View Post
    I was gonna post my video on Rotary Broaching a Keyway on the lathe, but I guess you got it covered
    Was that the auction in Hillsborough?
    Congrats!

    It was Progressive Machine Works in Hamburg PA, gonna be a long trip !

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    You can do the impossible with a slotter, whats not to like, I have 2... use them to cut keys, splines,gears and a host of other neat stuff...funnest machine in the shop to run...Phil

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    [QUOTE=Phil in Montana;3495155]You can do the impossible with a slotter, whats not to like, I have 2... use them to cut keys, splines,gears and a host of other neat stuff...funnest machine in the shop to run...Phil[/QUOTE

    Phil, Yep I’m looking forward to learning how to operate it with a little help from my friends here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mac007 View Post

    It was Progressive Machine Works in Hamburg PA, gonna be a long trip !

    Interesting auction. First power hacksaw with an incremental infeed table I've seen.

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    Mac007, come to Montana and I will show you how to use one...Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil in Montana View Post
    ...funnest machine in the shop to run...Phil
    Surely drew the second-biggest crowd of civilians at an "open house", Watertown Arsenal, 1952. "See us drilling SQUARE holes..." in the sideplate of some sort of gun carriage.

    The only BIGGER draw was an ignorant brass spigot - no piping connected - hanging unsupported in thin air - spouting a steady stream of water - from no detectable source into a basin that never over flowed.

    Fenced - JUST out of arm's length - so nobody tried to put their hand into the stream of water.

    And hit the Pyrex glass tube holding it up and feeding the water pumped from the basin up the center to run down the outside, hiding the presence of the tube.

    Yah can probably just BUY these from novelty shops NOW, but arsenal staff had DIY'ed this one. Because they could.

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    Hamburg! That's what I meant.
    That sure is a long drive.
    I'll be there on Monday or Tuesday.
    Keep my eye out for you.

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    Hey, lord willing I will be there Monday. I will PM you my Cell Number Give me a call anytime tomorrow, I will be driving ALL DAY !

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    Had a nice chat with Mac007 (Ken) on Sunday during his drive out to PA, to pick up his Slotter.
    Unfortunately I couldn't make it yesterday.
    The Slotter was still there today when I went to pick up my auction booty.
    The Guys at the shop said he passed away while he was moving it.
    Does anybody know him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRock1000 View Post
    Had a nice chat with Mac007 (Ken) on Sunday during his drive out to PA, to pick up his Slotter.
    Unfortunately I couldn't make it yesterday.
    The Slotter was still there today when I went to pick up my auction booty.
    The Guys at the shop said he passed away while he was moving it.
    Does anybody know him?
    Say what? Like the guy from here mac007?

    Whoa.

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    Yeah, as far as I can tell.
    Everybody at the shop was shook up about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRock1000 View Post
    Yeah, as far as I can tell.
    Everybody at the shop was shook up about it.
    Well, that's a kick in the backside. At least it sounds like it was quick, but what a terrible end - he sounded so excited to get the machine...

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    Wow. That was an unexpected thread wrap-up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRock1000 View Post
    Yeah, as far as I can tell.
    Everybody at the shop was shook up about it.
    Out of sheer curiosity, I have tried to find any info on this, but so far nothing.

    What a bizarre turn of events.

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