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  1. Here is something I helped Keith Rucker with. ...

    Here is something I helped Keith Rucker with. Machine Rebuilding: Measuring Wear in a Lathe Bed and Building up the Saddle - YouTube
  2. In my 55 years of being in the rebuilding...

    In my 55 years of being in the rebuilding business I have cleaned up many machines. I have discovered the best way to clean up machine paint is Super Hot Water in a 5 gallon bucket and an industrial...
  3. I used to be a Moglice (Devitt) rep and have used...

    I used to be a Moglice (Devitt) rep and have used it and Turcite. VetteBob did a great thread on it on his Monarch EE a few years ago. I prefer Turcite or Rulon as it is more forgiving because if...
  4. Ballen You may have meant mill the saddle, It may...

    Ballen You may have meant mill the saddle, It may not translate to well. From German to English. But I agree with Lucky. Don't grind the bottom of the saddle, mill it. I would put .047"or .062"...
  5. OCTOBER 20 - 24, 2021 Rebuilding Class has a room

    I thought I had mentioned this before, but can't find the info. I have a Cottage Grove, Minnesota Scraping class in 9 days and I have room for 1 or 2 more students. Message me or email me for more...
  6. It may have been a design change to increase the...

    It may have been a design change to increase the coverage of the way oil. I suspect the cross-slide never never travels past that section of the bed so it isn't exposed to the air. I also suspect...
  7. Here is a thread we did a few years ago on...

    Here is a thread we did a few years ago on grinding shops. I see there is one in Massachusetts. If you find someone new please add it to the list. Large capacity grinding company in USA
  8. Check local grinding shops who have a Blanchard...

    Check local grinding shops who have a Blanchard Rotary Surface Grinder. It would take longer to set them on a chuck then grind them. Grind one side and flip on the chuck. To make it affordable, buy...
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    When I taught in Taiwan in the late 80's I was...

    When I taught in Taiwan in the late 80's I was assured no one would copy the King-Way ( I took one) because even in the good old days, We my Dad & (Sheer Tumico who had a license to make 200, and...
  10. A friend of mine in Springfield has several...

    A friend of mine in Springfield has several scraped straight-edges. Maybe you could barter with him. Also Warren Jones who is a member here and lives in New Hampshire has several straight-edges. ...
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    It's sad to say all of that and I suppose I...

    It's sad to say all of that and I suppose I ticked off a few, but it's the truth. I stopped making them years ago when I quoted them to people and that would say...That's to expensive, I can make...
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    mail [email protected] I am going...

    mail [email protected] I am going to sell a drawing on parts and place to buy thm. Also how to make the specialized parts. I will sell kits too. I should have things ready by Jan 1....
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    Contact Don Shaduck and ask him. He is a Gear...

    Contact Don Shaduck and ask him. He is a Gear machinist and an expert:
    Gear Works, Inc.
    Machine shop
    Website
    Directions
    76 Pearl St, Springfield, VT 05156
    (802) 885-5039
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    Shapers in Iowa

    I see there are some bigger one in this auction in Iowa. Excess Equipment of Tinker Tooling & Estate of William A. Cole- SMC Auctions
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    I know 2 CA hobby groups near Sacramento and the...

    I know 2 CA hobby groups near Sacramento and the Bay area who might be interested in it. I'll PM you for my email.
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    What brand, size, does it run, have some photo?

    What brand, size, does it run, have some photo?
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    I looked at Vintagemachinery.org and found some...

    I looked at Vintagemachinery.org and found some info. If it helps please donate a some money for the PDF they give out for free.

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1738/23272.pdf


    Page 3 tells...
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    I have a photo of them using 3 jack screws with...

    I have a photo of them using 3 jack screws with the flat top. They were indicating a part on a granite plate.
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    Sorry, I just checked old posts and I missed this...

    Sorry, I just checked old posts and I missed this one before today. They used the pointed jack screw. STARRETT Jack Screw Set, Leveling Work And General Tool Room Use - 6NAY5'|'S191 - Grainger
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  20. Looking for a West Coast Host for DEC. Scraping Class

    I will be in Bremerton WA teaching a class at a shipyard the first week in December 6 - 10 that is a closed class. I have had some WA state students ask about another one the week after it. . I would...
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    Go-Daddy....

    Go-Daddy....
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    Google what your looking for. I just found this...

    Google what your looking for. I just found this one: https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/general/kondia-fv-1-supermax-mill-wiring-questions-334906/#post2973098
  23. I see your in MN. Check out K-Bid as they have...

    I see your in MN. Check out K-Bid as they have gun shops selling ammo at auction. I also have bought some from Sportsman Guide in South Saint Paul. I had to put my name on a waiting list for some...
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    American made in St. Paul MN. Viking Drill and...

    American made in St. Paul MN. Viking Drill and Tool-America's Finest High-Speed Steel Cutting Tools™
  25. Back in the old rebuilding all the time I looked...

    Back in the old rebuilding all the time I looked in the closet and pulled out an old work boot and cut up some leather. I've used leather belts. I've also used the corner of a red rag. If you cut...
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