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    We had a heat treat vendor take a box of files...

    We had a heat treat vendor take a box of files and temper then back to a 50 HRC hardness that we used until a Vickers hardness tester could be bought to use. But to temper back to less than 40 HRC. ...
  2. Just about any spring vendor can make that loop...

    Just about any spring vendor can make that loop on a end of a piece of wire.

    Talking about one piece or several hundred?

    Katy Spring Company in Houston is one vendor I deal with. We have...
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    I have two Besttest indicator boxes here if...

    I have two Besttest indicator boxes here if interested. They are the vinyl/sheet metal made ones. Free just Pay shipping. Ken
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    I be interested in buying 4 to 8 of each size if...

    I be interested in buying 4 to 8 of each size if you're willing to break up the lot.

    Ken
  5. As far as I know, the new owners of SBL, Grizzly...

    As far as I know, the new owners of SBL, Grizzly Industrial, they will not give or sell you drawings of any of the SBL parts.

    I have reversed engineered a few parts off my 9" SBL for my needs. I...
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    The CA series is a good all around size for...

    The CA series is a good all around size for 16-24" lathes. Lot cheaper than DA and not so heavy too.
  7. You pretty much have to remove the motor, put the...

    You pretty much have to remove the motor, put the O-Rings on the spindle, carefully install the motor. At the same time stretch the belts to get the bolts started in the motor base!

    My B & S...
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    Frick compressors are still built today under...

    Frick compressors are still built today under Johnson Controls.

    https://www.johnsoncontrols.com/industrial-refrigeration/frick-compressor-packages

    Of course, they would not be interested or...
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    The OP did not indicate the temperatures or...

    The OP did not indicate the temperatures or pressures this vessel would see.

    My recent experience with Chlorides affecting down hole oilfield equipment. Had a situation where the customer...
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    Agreed! Have parted off 4145HT using insert...

    Agreed! Have parted off 4145HT using insert blade cutoff tool before. Don't care to ever do that again! Have plenty of saw capacity to do this for me if it ever came up again.
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    Sounds to me the poster needs to make a trip to...

    Sounds to me the poster needs to make a trip to the local HF and buy a 4x6 bandsaw, "chock-cough-chock" (we are not suppose to talk about them here). To finish chopping off that piece of steel. And...
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    Why not convert the spindle over to using ER-32...

    Why not convert the spindle over to using ER-32 or ER-40 collets? That's what I did to mine. Of course mine is a older one with the 1.250" straight bore. Just used a collet chuck with 1.250"...
  13. Those would be simple and easy parts to fabricate...

    Those would be simple and easy parts to fabricate from steel flat bar and tubing or whatever. Make it out of steel. No need for it to be made out of cast iron as the original was.
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    Here's a YouTube trucker I watch once in a while....

    Here's a YouTube trucker I watch once in a while. A truck load of copper.

    #510 Load of Copper Out of Sight, Out on Mind The Life of an Owner Operator Flatbed Truck Driver - YouTube

    My little...
  15. That's one of the many different grinders that KO...

    That's one of the many different grinders that KO Lee built in it's life time. That fixture next to the table was for holding some sort of cutter blade for sharpening. There's a bunch of tooling in...
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    Yes I did. I thought I replied back. Maybe not....

    Yes I did. I thought I replied back. Maybe not. Been too busy this week, I'll take a look in a bit. Ken
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    There's also some thread stress calculations in...

    There's also some thread stress calculations in the ASME/AISI B1.1 or 1.2 specifications, too.

    It's not so much percent of thread left in the hole. It's more of how much shear stress can the...
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    Oh, that's nothing, you should have seen the one...

    Oh, that's nothing, you should have seen the one I replaced. The teeth were wire thin and the bearing area was built up and turned to a new OD as well as the apron wall was rebored to a new...
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    John, That thread mill Machine Tool & Repair...

    John,

    That thread mill Machine Tool & Repair had was made by a company called "SHIELDS". I don't know if you remember, we had one just like it, way back in time that sat in the yard by the old...
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    Email sent. Used to have a bunch of those...

    Email sent.

    Used to have a bunch of those bronze bevel gears with all sorts of wear on hand. Don't remember what happen to them.

    EDIT: TexasAggie, John doesn't know it, he has the bevel gear...
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    If that is on that old Lehmann lathe, it is...

    If that is on that old Lehmann lathe, it is 1.4375-4 Acme thread. Used to have a copy of the original drawing on that leadscrew. Lost many years a go. The material they used to use was 1144 TPG or...
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    It's already been done. Look at Shingley's...

    It's already been done.

    Look at Shingley's book on mechanical design. I have the formulas setup in a excel file. Been using it for nearly 30 years now.
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    Believe it or not, it is .9375-12 thread. I...

    Believe it or not, it is .9375-12 thread. I tripled checked mine and that is what I got. I'll see if a M24 x 2 tap will go, I doubt it will, that was my thoughts, too. Ken
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    Ignore the riff rats here :stirthepot: and get...

    Ignore the riff rats here :stirthepot: and get you a pneumatic nail gun that shoots No. 8 ring shank or spiral shank nails and get after it!
  25. Dalmationgirl61, This just came across on the...

    Dalmationgirl61,

    This just came across on the San Antonio news today.

    San Antonio Zoo introduces new train using gas donated from Valero - YouTube

    New train arrived at the park.
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