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    liquid nitrogen is cheaper than gasoline. And...

    liquid nitrogen is cheaper than gasoline. And works better...
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    I would point out for the record that even...

    I would point out for the record that even crossfeed nuts *with* the "OIL" setscrew sometimes don't have that oiler hole
    drilled all the way through to the acme threads. So if you have one of...
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    This is a thread rife with politics, by its...

    This is a thread rife with politics, by its nature.
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    Could you do that for mine as well? She's got a...

    Could you do that for mine as well? She's got a seed caught in there. We're outta toothpicks.
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    Quick, no chemicals: liquid nitrogen.

    Quick, no chemicals: liquid nitrogen.
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    Agree: probably seneca falls. One building...

    Agree: probably seneca falls. One building that used to be the RR station is still in the town, when I was a kid it was rented as an antique store
    that I poked around in extensively. But I...
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    You don't say....
  8. Another option might be to use the original...

    Another option might be to use the original control for a digital (on or off) increment/decrement speed control. This would mean having
    a separet on/off switch, which I guess you are trying to...
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    A photo from the RR station, in the town I grew...

    A photo from the RR station, in the town I grew up in. Notice the illumination in the telegraph office. Also notice what is either a Barnes or
    Seneca Falls treadle lathe next to the man's...
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    Seriously, put the dc motor for sale here, it...

    Seriously, put the dc motor for sale here, it will go in a shot.
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    [QUOTE=thermite;3695089]Gets any more hard-edged...

    [QUOTE=thermite;3695089]Gets any more hard-edged more than just a few of the turds might get wasted.

    Going for another podium, eh? Don't forget your fire extinguisher.
  12. All the repulsion-start, induction run motors...

    All the repulsion-start, induction run motors I've seen had brushes that shorted sections of the commutator. Not powered brushes, but ones that just shorted to other brushes.
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    I would suggest that the man who posted that is...

    I would suggest that the man who posted that is probably on the right track...
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    How about: one of the 90 deg windings becomes a...

    How about: one of the 90 deg windings becomes a start winding only, w/ start capacitor and a potential relay to disconnect once
    started - granted 1/2 the nominal hp, but that might be enough.
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    "I suspect no one out there is understanding the...

    "I suspect no one out there is understanding the question I'm trying to ask."

    Correct. A question for you: does your collet setup have part 32, as shown in this diagram? It's a long thin steel...
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    I seem to recall the ones on my cataract...

    I seem to recall the ones on my cataract headstock have torsion springs in them, they self-close.
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    [QUOTE=thermite;3694327]You ever spent any time...

    [QUOTE=thermite;3694327]You ever spent any time in Singapore? I have. Plenty.

    But you don't know that one or two CASES of covid make the news there. Contact tracing, testing. none of the 'OH IT...
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    So, a *very* dense population center would have a...

    So, a *very* dense population center would have a huge problem with covid transmission, right? No possible WAY to control it.

    Singapore, fer instance. Right?
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    For those intereste: ...

    For those intereste:

    http://www.mwdropbox.com/dropbox/_2004_retired_files/OILER.JPG
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    Not happening. Best case scenario, they don't...

    Not happening. Best case scenario, they don't get vaccinated, catch it and either die or improve the herd immunity. They like that herd thing
    they do. No matter what happens they'll deny till...
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    " I'm suspecting SB did not intend the end user...

    " I'm suspecting SB did not intend the end user to readjust stop nut location..."

    They did. You need to adjust the collet closer for snap-over for each size of workpiece, even when using the...
  22. If it's just for general work (as you say, for...

    If it's just for general work (as you say, for centering items in a 4-jaw) the indicator just goes in a QC holder in the toolpost.
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    Should be a law, those things should have playing...

    Should be a law, those things should have playing cards held in the spokes with clothespins.
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    Why don't you keep busy and go steal another...

    Why don't you keep busy and go steal another podium.
  25. Why do you need an indicator on the cross slide?

    Why do you need an indicator on the cross slide?
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