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    Thanks.
    They are nice. Shame the Boley is pretty worn. It would be a good candiate for a overhaul.
    I guess these european brands were competing directly with the Monarchs, and Hardinges in your market. You don't see many of those over here.
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    I made some more progress on the Schaublin...

    Mark

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    I agree with you that your option two is the best course of action with your spindle bearings. From your inspection you have no evidence that there are any problems with them. With high precision bearings the less you do to them the less chance you have of having a problem when you put it back together.

    Am enjoying watching you videos on this project.

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    Thanks for the feedbck...

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    Another step forwrd in this project...

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    The next installment...

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    Maybe one of you with Festo CPV10 pneumatic experience could help me out? Can a type C valve be used instead of a type H? Are the two valves in the type C independant, or on a common mechanical spool?
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    I got some feedback on which valves I need...

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    While waiting for pneumatic fittings, got started on the electrical cabinet.

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    Following!

    Really like the video format. Fun to see some short trips through Vienna, used to be there quite often for work but with the travel restrictions of last year I have not been there post-covidium.

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    Thanks for the feedback. I kind of try to break up my videos with a bitof visual candy.

    Here is this weeks effort.


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