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  1. I had a tick bite last spring. It caused a red...

    I had a tick bite last spring. It caused a red bulls eye circular rash around the bite. This is one of the first signs. The tick is pulled out and patient is treated with an antibiotic. If caught...
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    Everyone should visit a common carrier freight...

    Everyone should visit a common carrier freight terminal to see what goes on there. Total bedlam. I believe they could easily destroy any kind of pallet or crating unless it is armor plated. And your...
  3. Largely a matter of experience on a hand brake....

    Largely a matter of experience on a hand brake. Make in 2 halves and adjust with hammer on a stake. Bends are not all the same and there is no penalty for over bending a bit. Have a picture in mind...
  4. Has anyone mentioned the round stock between the...

    Has anyone mentioned the round stock between the work piece and the movable jaw? I saw this in a University training video and have used it to advantage on my ancient Bridgeport vise. About 2" round...
  5. HVAC suppliers sell fiber ceramic premade...

    HVAC suppliers sell fiber ceramic premade combustion chambers for oil furnaces. They come wet and flattened in a sealed plastic bag. They are very workable until set up and fired when the material...
  6. The 6.0 diesel starting 2003 had major problems...

    The 6.0 diesel starting 2003 had major problems costing around $5000 to correct.
  7. I have a henrob, not sure of model #. Mine has a...

    I have a henrob, not sure of model #. Mine has a #56 drill size orofice on cutting tip (.0465). If it's not bashed in too bad, file it down until the hole is round again.
  8. Thread: Dust mitigation

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    You may want to talk to a HVAC engineer, but you...

    You may want to talk to a HVAC engineer, but you won't like what he tells you. You can go all the way to clean room environment, but the cost would be great. More exhaust with an equal or greater...
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    It's just a shank with a taper on each end and...

    It's just a shank with a taper on each end and stays with the chuck. So get one for each chuck. They are difficult to remove from the chuck.
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    One useful tool when having problems is starter...

    One useful tool when having problems is starter dry run. Disable power to contactors and run only control circuit to observe start sequence. You can stand in front of an open starter panel and safely...
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    +1 on the Hossfeld type bender. J shape not...

    +1 on the Hossfeld type bender. J shape not required, 90 degree bend will do. No die needed. Bend between 3 round pins spaced for no crack radius.
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    Viola, Bob's your uncle, and don't call me...

    Viola, Bob's your uncle, and don't call me Shirley. As a design issue wouldn't one use any number of easily calculated options to insure torque transmission such as keys, tapers, splines.
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    Use a gun tap. Drill a larger hole for 50%...

    Use a gun tap. Drill a larger hole for 50% threads. Use sharp tap. Use dark thread cutting oil. If tapping deep clear chips half way.
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    Meggers are the thing for testing insulation...

    Meggers are the thing for testing insulation integrity whether it be motor windings or conductors. They give more reliable results than a DVM. Moisture is the main culprit in low resistance readings....
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    Air, cavitation. Same air bubbles that release...

    Air, cavitation. Same air bubbles that release just before water boils. The vacuum lowers the boiling point. Designers of pumping systems usually check for positive suction head at pumps.
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    Motor starter has electronic overload. This is...

    Motor starter has electronic overload. This is the main overcurrent protection device. Set it for motor nameplate amps. Check and tighten all electrical connections. Disconnect 3 motor leads at...
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    Sounds like the water has a low ph or acidic. You...

    Sounds like the water has a low ph or acidic. You should get it tested so you can decide what and how much you want to do in way of treatment but especially test for bacteria to know it's safe to...
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    Not an engineer but if it's mild steel heating...

    Not an engineer but if it's mild steel heating should not change the tensile strength. I have worked on multi story buildings Where deflexion was built into the specs. After the concrete deck was...
  19. At 5ksi you might want to consider High Strength...

    At 5ksi you might want to consider High Strength Steel tubing to keep the wall thickness down and gpm at a reasonable level for size of tubing. ...
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    Also use the threaded L shaped hinge pins so you...

    Also use the threaded L shaped hinge pins so you can adjust if the post moves a bit. A ground contact wheel on the latch end will take the load off the post.
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    Press a larger knob or lever on existing part.

    Press a larger knob or lever on existing part.
  22. Look for a cross reference guide. You should be...

    Look for a cross reference guide. You should be able to get a Mars or other brand to replace that the GE.
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    Pic looks like a reverse flare.

    Pic looks like a reverse flare.
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    Pump to nozzle oil line? Just flare some 4.8mm...

    Pump to nozzle oil line? Just flare some 4.8mm copper tube. Install nuts before flaring. Check that nuts go on fittings before flaring.
  25. Maybe cover is not the right word. The whole end...

    Maybe cover is not the right word. The whole end of the lathe comes off, but it is really just a cover. When it is opened you can see a shaft with a bevel gear that operates the switch.
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