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    110 volt Motor with variable speed. Anybody that...

    110 volt Motor with variable speed. Anybody that sell automotive machine shop equipment can help you with this.

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    Come on dude, this has been done 1000 times. VFD...

    Come on dude, this has been done 1000 times. VFD on the feed. Slows down the feed some to far surpass the requirements for MLS gaskets. I'll try to find a pix of mine. Easy Peasy
  3. I don't know if you can get sub-thou accuracy in...

    I don't know if you can get sub-thou accuracy in that op on a manual mill.
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    Yes, I would be interested. Is the rubber nice?...

    Yes, I would be interested. Is the rubber nice? Can you text or email me a photo? 501-519-7425 [email protected]
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    I would be interested since the rubber on my...

    I would be interested since the rubber on my wheel isn't nice and I don't have a full set of collets.
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    I have a 22J now and I just thought if I could...

    I have a 22J now and I just thought if I could find a 35J I would buy it.
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    WTB: 35J Hardinge-Sjogren collet chuck

    If anybody has one they would like to sell, I would be interested. I need D1-6 but I would look at anything. Thank you. Rick 501-519-7425
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    It appears that the OP isn't using a vibratory...

    It appears that the OP isn't using a vibratory finishing compound. If you try to use a vibratory finisher without a compound..... well, your results are most likely not going to make you happy. It's...
  9. Titanium was the commie metal for SR-71's.

    Titanium was the commie metal for SR-71's.
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    You might find a whole (needing parts) 1D...

    You might find a whole (needing parts) 1D somewhere for about what you are willing to pay for a tapping head.

    I went to Burgmaster school in 1980. (For the large machines.) At the beginning of the...
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    Mine uses a collet that's close to a ER25 but...

    Mine uses a collet that's close to a ER25 but it's not. The collet is 35.35mm (1.380") tall and 25mm (.980") in diameter. Here is a pix of the collet. Does that logo mean Schaublin? If anyone can...
  12. If I wanted bigger collets than 5C which one?

    If I want bigger capacity than 5C collets, which would I go with? 16C, 22J, 2J, 215? I know they will all be more money. And some will be hard to find chucks and collets for. Is there one "better"...
  13. You should probably use Craigslist. It's mainly...

    You should probably use Craigslist. It's mainly for local machines that a person won't be driving forever for. This machine might bring $2,000. Cheap enough for a lot of people.
  14. FYI The tailstock appears to be a Cincinnati to...

    FYI The tailstock appears to be a Cincinnati to me.
  15. Yes, my book shows 2.5" on the big end and 2.156"...

    Yes, my book shows 2.5" on the big end and 2.156" on the small end but this would depend on the length.
  16. Thanks for looking

    Thanks for looking
  17. WTB: #250 American taper dead center or reducer

    I have a 15" Leblonde Servo Shift lathe. It has a #250 American Taper in the headstock. I need a dead center for it or an adapter to a Morse taper that I can put a dead center in. Thanks. Rick
  18. 4140 seems to be getting the most votes. I see a...

    4140 seems to be getting the most votes. I see a 4140 that is already heat treated. That would save a big step for me. It's only 25 on the C scale though. I assume my tooling would cut that. I wonder...
  19. I was suprised when he tore it down. I figured it...

    I was suprised when he tore it down. I figured it would have a hard pin and a bronze bushing. I figured they would want the wear to go to the bushing and the pin to be reused. But the steel? bushing...
  20. What material to use to make a pin for a hydraulic excavator

    My friend wants me to make him a pin for his excavator. This is a medium size machine, around 50,000 lbs. This pin goes through the hydraulic cylinder that connects to and moves the "stick". The pin...
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    Here is a 16L for sale Van Norman Universal...

    Here is a 16L for sale

    Van Norman Universal Milling Machine Horizontal, Angular & Vertical Mill - SMF and Machine Tools
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    Dissimilar metals are no problem. Many drag race...

    Dissimilar metals are no problem. Many drag race engines today (most all other than nitro) use an aluminum block and steel caps. The only gripe is when you hone them you will remove more from the...
  23. I found one for my 15" Leblond (15C) on ebay.

    I found one for my 15" Leblond (15C) on ebay.
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    Yes, it will do 1750.

    Yes, it will do 1750.
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    They are just little nothing special shafts or...

    They are just little nothing special shafts or pins. Just thought it would be fun to have hardened pins.
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