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    That is a particularly nice looking meter. I...

    That is a particularly nice looking meter. I bought a few smaller ones at flea markets but nothing of that caliber.
    EDIT I thought I was over with this but upon closing, I saw the electric motor....
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    Can't simply reply to a narrative of this weight....

    Can't simply reply to a narrative of this weight. Gosh it heavy and imagine if we lost it.
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    Being stood "corrected" isn't bad. When a...

    Being stood "corrected" isn't bad. When a composition of this knowledge is received, it is a pleasure to read and understand. When I was young, I was a tank fanatic and knew many statistics about the...
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    Having a head is one thing and having the entire...

    Having a head is one thing and having the entire milling machine is another. I think as long as we are alive, those emblems and stamps mean a lot. You had a long post and are very concerned with it...
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    This political hatred has gone too far and there...

    This political hatred has gone too far and there is a reason for this. Trump is exposing some of the crap we lived thru for near a decade and the left doesn't want any part of it revealed."By any...
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    Yes it will. The "super intelligent" description...

    Yes it will. The "super intelligent" description will stand as it must. Composition is about Machining and knowing more about what our members already know. They can't know everything at once. I like...
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    [QUOTE=thermite;3423769]Google is a swamp. Scary,...

    [QUOTE=thermite;3423769]Google is a swamp. Scary, even, the political power to distort now in place.

    But "in the meantime", is at least one of the more USEFUL things the Russians have done.

    I...
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    I almost said "screw Google" but didn't. Getting...

    I almost said "screw Google" but didn't. Getting perty old here too.
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    It isn't just a few posts. All of which are...

    It isn't just a few posts. All of which are packed with insight but lets say it is up to the readers.
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    Gosh thermite, you really pack a punch and worth...

    Gosh thermite, you really pack a punch and worth rereading for this is info not normally known. There are two heads that I sorta know about. I have the smaller specimen which is B&S #7. It has a...
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    As time moves on, less likely to find these...

    As time moves on, less likely to find these attachments. I thought it would be good for him and his mill.
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    Jhruska Do you realize what impact that makes to...

    Jhruska Do you realize what impact that makes to owners of that series mill! To see that nose again. Let me tell you, he is a great person. A first responder guy and injured during saving other...
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    First I have to appreciate Johnoder. He knows...

    First I have to appreciate Johnoder. He knows this stuff, where to find it and post it for us. If nothing comes from this, it still stands as information to the ages.
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    So then, you would thread the end first. That's...

    So then, you would thread the end first. That's the easy part. Your concise explanation of fit is similar to how gears are supposed to fit but it is different. Sliding surfaces and such call for what...
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    Let me be the first to say you are fine. Extreme good information about the Multifix types.
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    Right! I liked it all as many experienced Irby's...

    Right! I liked it all as many experienced Irby's clear measurements and the cutting wheel profile. I would thread the end first and then machine the slots. They go right up into the threads but these...
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    I sort of empathize with your situation. This...

    I sort of empathize with your situation. This board doesn't respond well to Asian machines and their problems. Nor lower class hobby lathes. People may get pissed about it but there is a Standard. We...
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    The video was a twofer. The machinist spent a lot...

    The video was a twofer. The machinist spent a lot of time describing the location of that turret. Yes, it was the compound but not usually there. That's all but I don't understand how that had...
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    Just an update to this search: The mill isn't...

    Just an update to this search: The mill isn't mine so I remember it has a tapered spindle nose. The face of the nose has slots, as to drive a unit with a key. It doesn't have anything to do with the...
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    Okay,thanks but verify.

    Okay,thanks but verify.
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    It sure appears that way. I thought it may be the...

    It sure appears that way. I thought it may be the perspective but there is that wide shim. That tool holder may be the top part of a unit which has a rocker in its base. That way, the two tightening...
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    There's a good video on lead acid battery...

    There's a good video on lead acid battery rebuilding filmed in Pakistan, I guess it still makes sense economically to rebuilt batteries with bundles of new plates when there's not much recycling...
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    Now to the actual point; This video is candid and...

    Now to the actual point; This video is candid and interesting to watch. Too bad I don't know the language, but much can be derived. Thanks.
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    Yeah. When I was working in "power"/ Emergency...

    Yeah. When I was working in "power"/ Emergency Power, there were redundant strings of cells. The redundant string had been charging all along but there were heavy motor driven switchgear to actuate...
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    Would that explain the multiple V ways, as...

    Would that explain the multiple V ways, as mounted fixtures wouldn't mar the main ones?
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