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  1. Are the scores visible when the machine is...

    Are the scores visible when the machine is assembled and ran to the extreme end of travel. If not leave them alone and just stone off any sharp edge. How about some photo's please so I can advise...
  2. This class has room for 1 more student. As of...

    This class has room for 1 more student. As of today we have 9 Rookies, 4 Advanced student. Note Adam Booth, Keith Rucker and Lance Bakeley all You tubers will be in the advanced group. Adam...
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    I'm back...send me a PM or write me at...

    I'm back...send me a PM or write me at [email protected]
  4. This class is almost full. We have 7 new rookie...

    This class is almost full. We have 7 new rookie students signed up and 4 advanced students are returning. One of the Rookies is flying over the pond from New Zealand. One more and we will have a...
  5. Where in New York are you?

    Where in New York are you?
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    Matt longtime no chat. I hope your well now that...

    Matt longtime no chat. I hope your well now that your retired? Here is a couple of great pictures of Matt I took at that class. :-)
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  7. Here are some more around the USA Large...

    Here are some more around the USA
    Large capacity grinding company in USA
  8. To all who don't know, This is the company where...

    To all who don't know, This is the company where I will be teaching scraping starting in a few weeks. They are the hosts of the class sponsored by BIAX Germany. Franz and Stefan grew up under the...
  9. Abomb79 - Adam Booth signed up today. He...

    Abomb79 - Adam Booth signed up today. He attended the first class we had at Keith Ruckers. For those who don't know him, I heard he has 500,000 You Tube followers. I also have invited Keith...
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    For a while Canode made a batch of ink that had...

    For a while Canode made a batch of ink that had small particles of clay that made it feel like something was in it. I had found this when I had just sold a large order to BIAX Germany. What we did...
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    Here is another past post I think would be worth...

    Here is another past post I think would be worth reading about again.
  12. What's better Linear Ways or Scraped Ways ?

    I figure the forum needs a new subject. Here is a magazine article I contributed too back in 2015.

    Scrape to the point | Cutting Tool Engineering
  13. Here is one of the first classes I taught to...

    Here is one of the first classes I taught to Practical Machinist forum members.
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    When I was an apprentice back in the 1960's we...

    When I was an apprentice back in the 1960's we never used a ink roller we used hard white felt or a red rage folded in 4 ths and rolled tight and wrapped with electrical tape. The end of the rag got...
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    Yes Forrest is right on the depth as I studied...

    Yes Forrest is right on the depth as I studied this in Taiwan at PMC the research center I taught at. I posted those results several years ago. I am glad Forrest remembers. I hear he had boxes...
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    Come over to my Replacing Phenolic thread on here...

    Come over to my Replacing Phenolic thread on here and see how a real pro does it.
  17. Finished the scraping of new Phenolic today. I...

    Finished the scraping of new Phenolic today. I used the Chardonel red ink as a highlighter diluted with acetone
    I will have many more photo's on my King-Way Scraping forum on Facebook.If any of...
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    Your also wrong. I have been doing this my 50+...

    Your also wrong. I have been doing this my 50+ years plus my Dad learned the trick from a German Journeyman who taught him. I am known as an alignment expert as he was beczuse he invented am...
  19. My helper is a 30+ year Journeyman machinist who...

    My helper is a 30+ year Journeyman machinist who is cleaver as hell. The owner also went through the trades after college so they get it. Off to work, one more day and I should be finished and they...
  20. Here are a few more pic's. I'm tired, will add...

    Here are a few more pic's. I'm tired, will add captions later.
  21. I had help, but we had it glued with new ones in...

    I had help, but we had it glued with new ones in a day. They removed the old ones, and did some of the milling before I got there Monday. Today I removed it and cleaned off the squeezed out epoxy, ...
  22. 50 years ago we only used what we called back...

    50 years ago we only used what we called back then, Industrial Formica, used the same 3M epoxy. My dad had used it during ww2 at Defense Plant called Northern Pump in Minneapolis. We used it on...
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    Again we see amateurs giving advice. I have...

    Again we see amateurs giving advice. I have leveled and aligned machine tools for over 50 years. I have been paid to do. I have taught mew machine builders in Europe (Denmark, Norway , Sweden,...
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    Tail stocks can be adjusted over to compensate. ...

    Tail stocks can be adjusted over to compensate. The machine is worn and you have to do a happy medium to make the machine better. If he was rebuilding the machine he could scrape the headstock and...
  25. Used it as a release agent so the squeezed epoxy...

    Used it as a release agent so the squeezed epoxy doesn't stick to the bed. The customer does a lot of welding and had cases of it. It dries as a wax and later we can wipe it off with acedtone.
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