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  1. well of course, BUT it is advantageous to use the...

    well of course, BUT it is advantageous to use the largest one that fits, if you don't mind paying the premium for the larger size components, which does add up. the multifix style size "B" will be...
  2. looks like a nice one! congrats, do you mind...

    looks like a nice one! congrats, do you mind revealing the price paid?
    as to the multifix size that fits, yes, prob. "C", but what is the center hight above the compound in MM?
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    LOL! ok,ok, I get that, but hold on to your hat...

    LOL! ok,ok, I get that, but hold on to your hat there, brother! don't pay a dime over 450 for it, just remember all the pain and headache you will have for free on top of that!!
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    "3 cents a pound" is my first thought. If you...

    "3 cents a pound" is my first thought. If you think thats "real good shape" I'd hate to see what you think bad shape is.

    ok, are you trolling us?:D
  5. hi Ken, if not too much trouble, can you take a...

    hi Ken, if not too much trouble, can you take a picture of the box cover and post it here? it would be useful for everyone to get an idea of this accessory in use. thanks!
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    Yup, you are correct, no offense taken, that is...

    Yup, you are correct, no offense taken, that is the commonly MIS-applied term, for the “potential” of cumulative deviation;)
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    .0012 is as good as you can expect on a Jacobs...

    .0012 is as good as you can expect on a Jacobs type chuck, you think you are going to get less than a half thou ? thats good collet territory.
    if your spindle taper, your arbor, and your chuck are...
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    Need a bit more info, When you say the jaws...

    Need a bit more info,

    When you say the jaws are “lifting slightly off the chuck” what do you mean? Do you mean they are angling back past 90deg? Is that because of wear or is the chuck body...
  9. thank you all for the replies, it seems like a...

    thank you all for the replies, it seems like a "reach in' sort of proposition. ill take it for the cost of going to the closed shop, and waiting for the auction guy to show up. bottom feeders...
  10. 2E, the chuck spiders, thanks!

    2E, the chuck spiders, thanks!
  11. K-F products milling attachment for Bridgeport type mills, info needed

    hi, I just landed an odd Bridgeport mill accessory and am looking for information on how and when it is used. I know its a BP accessory because the package had a picture of it on one, but it was mold...
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    Aloris toolpost wrench (ing) tool

    made up this tool to disassemble an Aloris CA toolpost. it works great, but of course I found out this unit wasn't even that tight, and I could have just used a washer. well, better to have too much...
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    start on something at least 3mm. take a picture...

    start on something at least 3mm. take a picture of the torch so that we know what type it is also.
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    as to burn through, how thick is the metal? the...

    as to burn through, how thick is the metal? the tip should be sized to melt the metal and establish a puddle in from 5 to 10 seconds, less and its too hot and you will burn through easily, more and...
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    Do you mean SILICON? :) DavidScott, where do...

    Do you mean SILICON? :)

    DavidScott, where do you get those 40-60 grit grinding pins?
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    haha!! yea, that didn't count as sarcasm, and...

    haha!! yea, that didn't count as sarcasm, and certainly wasn't even a "warm up" for where this could have gone! this one might take the prize for "A bit touchy, are we?"

    WELL.... now that the OP...
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    hey Buck I will, (after running it by all...

    hey Buck I will, (after running it by all parties). I'm just doing the metal parts, most of it is wood, just a modest 38" X 125" dining table for someones little Manhattan hideaway, haha! ( and you...
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    I understand your re-listing it, but just to let...

    I understand your re-listing it, but just to let everyone know, there has been a slight delay in sending the Second check, (that I admit), but no song or dance whatsoever.

    I did send you a check...
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    necro thread... BUT...I wouldn't lift anything...

    necro thread... BUT...I wouldn't lift anything with it myself the way the weld looks between the vertical and the upper mounting plate.

    the load there will be almost all tension, and it could open...
  20. those look beautiful. maybe get your website up...

    those look beautiful. maybe get your website up first, then post in the antique machinery section here. post a description of what why and how you did it, then just add that you have them available...
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    good thread! maybe it should be a sticky? (needs...

    good thread! maybe it should be a sticky? (needs a better title tho, something like "basic set of lathe tooling and inserts" or "general purpose CNC lathe tooling kit, tool holders and inserts")
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    all I can say is ...WOW!!! busy now, will look at...

    all I can say is ...WOW!!! busy now, will look at this more later..
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    THREE lessons to be learned here, 1) those...

    THREE lessons to be learned here,

    1) those hubs can be easily converted to freewheel, (or possibly can be stripped out internally)
    NEVER ASSUME THEY ARE PROPERLY FUNCTIONING WITHOUT TESTING (on...
  24. I don’t use thoriated. There is a naturally...

    I don’t use thoriated. There is a naturally occurring radioactive isotope of thorium. It is only present as a small percentage, so the risk is small but there is simply no reason to use it when good...
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    A touch of the flat file at the start (and end,...

    A touch of the flat file at the start (and end, if applicable), and a deburr with a scotchbrite wheel on an arbor or bench grinder is the better way. A triangular file can get hung up in the...
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