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    That's what I'm looking for.

    That's what I'm looking for.
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    https://youtu.be/wfMan8d5240

    https://youtu.be/wfMan8d5240
  3. Ok, Paragon got back to me with some...

    Ok, Paragon got back to me with some documentation on the process.

    A couple key points are the flow rate of the gas, and time for it to cycle. They recommend that the gas be regulated to 20 psi,...
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    If you do part them out, I could use the PTO...

    If you do part them out, I could use the PTO cover on the right side of the table of the 2H.
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    (well this thread went to pot quickly:leaving:) ...

    (well this thread went to pot quickly:leaving:)

    Sorry, I'm no help with figuring out the cutter, but I gotta say that's got to be an impressive thing to watch cutting! Likewise going to cost a bit...
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    With radio's, I think it depends on the overall...

    With radio's, I think it depends on the overall noise level of the shop, which can change a lot and therefore be another annoying topic of controversy. The easy and safest solution is to ban all...
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    I'm similarly looking for a 3" non insulated...

    I'm similarly looking for a 3" non insulated standard to complete an old set. Keep an eye on Ebay, that's where I've been filling most of my Starrett holes. I'm not sure if they sell them new anymore.
  8. Yes, but we do them cold. After machining they...

    Yes, but we do them cold. After machining they are straightened in an arbor press, then stress relieved, then straightened again, then heat treated, then ground flat. There's a little bit of bow...
  9. I found the oven's original manufacturer, Paragon...

    I found the oven's original manufacturer, Paragon in Mesquite, TX. I'll get in touch with them and see if they have any ideas.
  10. We never got to, but I think your right it was CO...

    We never got to, but I think your right it was CO we were going to try. We might revisit that process but I think the standard oil quenching or packing parts in case-hardening compound would produce...
  11. No. That's why I re scrapped the surfaces (3rd...

    No. That's why I re scrapped the surfaces (3rd paragraph of the 1st post)
  12. Thanks for catching that, I'll see about adding...

    Thanks for catching that, I'll see about adding some felts. There wasn't anything in them when I started, but the previous owner had pumped grease into the ways which likely contributed to their wear.
  13. Let me clarify that first, I'm trying to...

    Let me clarify that first, I'm trying to understand the controlled atmosphere heat treating process, and second how our oven can work with it.

    I'm trying to find where we bought the oven from to...
  14. We've tried a few but none of them will do...

    We've tried a few but none of them will do anything about the straightness issue. They'll harden the parts, but any fixturing involved with it is in our hands. We don't have issue hardening D2 in...
  15. Not yet but I've read it's cheaper so I plan to...

    Not yet but I've read it's cheaper so I plan to pick up a bottle. We had a few Argon bottles already for welding.
  16. (Hey Travis, you need to clear some space in your...

    (Hey Travis, you need to clear some space in your inbox;)) When would you be able to come get it?
  17. Heat Treating in a Controlled Atmosphere

    So we had bought a second oven a few years back, and we opted for one with the plumbing for a controlled atmosphere. Initially we thought about using Compressed C02 to carborize parts, but then we...
  18. Thanks for the input. Lets drop it down to $1500...

    Thanks for the input. Lets drop it down to $1500 then.
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    As I understood the #2 manual: I use Extra...

    As I understood the #2 manual:

    I use Extra Heavy Hydraulic Oil (Mobile DTE Extra Heavy) in the 1-shot system, which the operator is to pump twice daily.

    On a monthly basis you should clean and...
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    They'll all be used with 200S or VUE series...

    They'll all be used with 200S or VUE series displays. The 2um would go on our Moore Jig Borer.
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    WTB/WTT: Acu-rite SENC 150 scales

    I'm looking for a few Acu-rite SENC 150 series scales for various machines. They don't need to be new, but do need to work. I have a few working scales that I could trade if the lengths work for you....
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    Your machine looks very similar to ours. Likewise...

    Your machine looks very similar to ours. Likewise we have other mills, but I tend to use the Moore for jobs simpler than it was designed for so it stays warmed up, but it does see some die tolerance...
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    You may be aware of this but being an old Jig...

    You may be aware of this but being an old Jig Borer, the head, spindle bearings, ways, etc. were designed for the forces you'll see drilling an boring holes. It doesn't have the capacity for a lot of...
  24. FYI: I'm looking for the 2 step motor pulley but...

    FYI: I'm looking for the 2 step motor pulley but haven't been able to find an original. I have some dimensions and am going to see about making one. If I can and can find a local motor shop that can...
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    Did the same with our #2 borer.

    Did the same with our #2 borer.
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