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    I would ask $5-600 it out here. Can you include...

    I would ask $5-600 it out here. Can you include some tungstens and different size collets & cups to sweeten the pot? Will it do stick and if so do you have a stick lead? Misc filler rods and sticks?...
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    Might I suggest a much more robust sensor/skewer...

    Might I suggest a much more robust sensor/skewer also, it should have a heat source in it that could officially be called "de-icing" but its real job would be to cook the skewered goose or bird....
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    If you do not want to pre taper the part a ridgid...

    If you do not want to pre taper the part a ridgid die head in a pipe machine does a great job. Best for pipe though, not precision.
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    One place I worked about 30 yrs ago had a radial...

    One place I worked about 30 yrs ago had a radial about that size or a hair bigger. One thing we used it for, and it was bolted to the floor, was to swing the head 90º to the side over a 55 gallon...
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    Post a pic here with a little more info, like...

    Post a pic here with a little more info, like lift capacity, its total weight, known problems, etc. There is a chance someone here would want it. I have a buddy that recently moved to northern Idaho...
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    I bought one from smith electric motorworks about...

    I bought one from smith electric motorworks about 12 years back to use with my 15 hp motor and it works great. Super helpful on helping to get it balanced, which was not much. Also have the make and...
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    I would think you call the old company, talk to...

    I would think you call the old company, talk to some coworkers and try to feel out what old boss is thinking/planning. Then talk to him. Do not ask for job back, just ask hows it going with some of...
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    These guys are complaining the carrier (ups,...

    These guys are complaining the carrier (ups, fedex, usps, etc..) does not pay damages, you dealt with reputable companies that ate the cost of the damage themselves and gave you replacements,...
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    I saw that looking at that sellers other items a...

    I saw that looking at that sellers other items a few weeks ago. Holy moly, without knowing the belt layout you would go crazy trying to figure that one out! I'm glad it helps. :D
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    It is the same RPM yes, but a different surface...

    It is the same RPM yes, but a different surface speed. Think of turning a part on the lathe, you need to speed it up as part gets smaller to keep the same surface speed.
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    Better birdwatching in Ireland, I hear.

    Better birdwatching in Ireland, I hear.
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    Can you go direct from green pulley to X pulley?...

    Can you go direct from green pulley to X pulley? So green pulley is driving X
  13. Hard to beat R8 for cheapness or easy to get....

    Hard to beat R8 for cheapness or easy to get. Thats probably the best thing about them.;)
  14. What are 5/8 round dies use for. I do blacksmith...

    What are 5/8 round dies use for. I do blacksmith work and I would use them to forge a tennon on a larger bar. Probably not what you are looking for.
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    I am sure the serious paintballers using argon...

    I am sure the serious paintballers using argon instead of co2 are doing it because if you shoot a lot of fast shots (over 100) the co2 cyl will get cold and loose pressure. There is also likleyhood...
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    Post #3 Lets hope brownlips gets what is...

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    Lets hope brownlips gets what is comming to him and you and the company prosper from then on!
    :cheers:
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    Paintball gun puts out so little co2 I dont see...

    Paintball gun puts out so little co2 I dont see it ever working, back when I used to do that we would dump the entire bottle to try to get it cold and quickly fill again from a siphon tank. Even then...
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    Here is a small grinder (thank carbide bob for...

    Here is a small grinder (thank carbide bob for the suggestion) that would be much better that that bench grinder clamped to the drill press table.

    30" Blanchard Rotary Surface Grinder, 30 "...
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    While you are looking through his pile you could...

    While you are looking through his pile you could help out the lady by putting anything you see that should be together, together. Just like items with like items, if it is easy. Categories like...
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    How often do you need to make this gear? Is it a...

    How often do you need to make this gear? Is it a common wear part?
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    You can use a die head to make threads on the...

    You can use a die head to make threads on the ends of shafts if you have the right chasers.
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    Mcmaster has it in 1/8" :cheers: McMaster-Carr...

    Mcmaster has it in 1/8" :cheers:
    McMaster-Carr
    Look for: Tight-Tolerance Multipurpose 4140 Alloy Steel Rods (link wouldnt go straight there)
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    Pictures then?

    Pictures then?
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    Tapered pin? McMaster-Carr...

    Tapered pin?
    McMaster-Carr

    Jacobs taper?
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    No question that IF it fits in a flat rate post...

    No question that IF it fits in a flat rate post office box that is the best way to go and is always my first choice, but it is nice to have an affordable option now for larger or odd shapes.
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