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    If you change those soft rollers when they get...

    If you change those soft rollers when they get worn the crap would not be an issue. BIAX Germany sells both as I now use both. soft to spread in the beginning and a hard roller for finish. I also...
  2. We now have 10 students and I can now open the...

    We now have 10 students and I can now open the class for students who want to do daily class. Also if you want to take a 5 day class we can accept 2 more. Thanks
  3. I just wrote this in the HM forum. same...

    I just wrote this in the HM forum. same questions are being asked. I have purchased from both places. Never bought from Starrett, but from what I have heard Starrett is cheaper. Moyer will sell...
  4. I had a fellow sign up for a day rate. So if...

    I had a fellow sign up for a day rate. So if anyone wants to come by the day. Start day one Friday and learn how. The more you stay the more you learn :-)
  5. We have room for a few more students. My son...

    We have room for a few more students. My son Alex has decided he again wants to help Dad and his help is welcome! He will be to Steve's shop with me next week and with him there helping we can do a...
  6. yes...the Host attended a 2019 class and wants to...

    yes...the Host attended a 2019 class and wants to host one down there in his shop. I will add more soon...long ways from November
  7. That part is an exchange for the handle. No one...

    That part is an exchange for the handle. No one uses either one. Most throw them away as when the press the end of the scraper into their hip or elbow it hurts.
  8. You may want to check out Starrett . I have been...

    You may want to check out Starrett . I have been told by students they sell cheaper then wholesale. On .0005" / 12". The vials they use in there 199 levels.
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    Forrest I had a fellow call me today who lives in...

    Forrest I had a fellow call me today who lives in a suburb next to Bremerton who want to learn to scrape. I told him you might help. I am going to message you his info. Rich
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    Have to have room for oil. A Devlieg is call a...

    Have to have room for oil. A Devlieg is call a "Jig Mill" or Super Precision like a Jig Bore. If the ways were new I would say .0002" per side, but if it is worn I would first think about the...
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    Here are old interesting threads: Old Biax...

    Here are old interesting threads: Old Biax Scrapers: Bosch Motor Parts
    Anybody taken apart a Biax flaker?

    Page 4 is where we talk about the Matabo saw motor.

    Biax scrapers and their uses
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    Something a student told me is you can buy carbon...

    Something a student told me is you can buy carbon brushes of several sizes from McMaster Carr that are cheap. McMaster-Carr Many motor parts for the green Biax motors can be bought from Matabo...
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    I spoke to Ed and he said sure. I checked on the...

    I spoke to Ed and he said sure. I checked on the net and it said Ed was permanently closed and Ed was shocked. Said someone on the net must be nuts. Dapra and Ed as a matter of fact have the phone...
  14. Take a look at this you tube show. I helped...

    Take a look at this you tube show. I helped Keith Rucker figure it out. The surface is to the right of the V / Where the carriage bolts on. It starts around minute 14. YouTube

    Here is...
  15. First you need to learn left end to right end...

    First you need to learn left end to right end from the machine operator stands. This is on all machine tools. So the chuck end is left and tail stock end is the right end. I'm telling you to...
  16. Indicating the underside where the carriage bolts...

    Indicating the underside where the carriage bolts to as that area is an original surface That the factory scraped in most precision lathes So your indication a surface with no wear. You indicate it...
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    Glen...you would need to match fit it to the...

    Glen...you would need to match fit it to the saddle. If it is worn. You may have issues. You may just want to do is a cut & flake plus lowering the middle 40%. If your cutting accuracy was OK then...
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    If you take one of my scraping classes you can...

    If you take one of my scraping classes you can call DAPRA the USA Biax importer and say your a Richard King Student they will give you a 10% discount. Many of the classes go together and buy as a...
  19. Here is a good thread on a EE rebuild done by my...

    Here is a good thread on a EE rebuild done by my friend and KC class host. Bob has now moved to TN I believe.He mogliced the saddle..New to me 10EE
  20. Sorry Kevin, After thinking about where you were...

    Sorry Kevin, After thinking about where you were and shipping costs I decided someone in MI should buy it. You may want to contact Daryle Smith (other brother) or Ed Dyjak or ES Dyjak in Milford MI....
  21. The first thing I would do would set the saddle...

    The first thing I would do would set the saddle on the bed near the back of the travel and then mount a mag base on the bed where the carriage sets. this is before you install the feed shafts and...
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    SCRAPING a Straight-edge

    Here is a great show by Adam Booth (Abom79) a longtime Practical Machinist member. It is on hand and power scraping. Scraping a a small surface plate and some Straight-edges. They are King-Way...
  23. Adam Booth a Practical Machinist Member and big...

    Adam Booth a Practical Machinist Member and big You Tuber made the following show on the Florida class.... enjoy...If anyone is interested in attending one of my classes or buying a straight edge, ...
  24. Buy a pack of Plastic shim stock or use gage...

    Buy a pack of Plastic shim stock or use gage blocks or if you have some Turcite handy. Assemble the carriage with the feed shafts and rack pinion installed. Then block up carriage with wood...
  25. Im going to write some more info in a new thread...

    Im going to write some more info in a new thread that I showed the students and some were totally blown away.
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