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    Thank you gentelmen, I will check out the...

    Thank you gentelmen,

    I will check out the links.

    Much appreciated

    Doug
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    Heidenhein itnc530 questions

    Long story short, I was put on a HMC with a itnc control. Being conversational I thought well this cannot be too bad.
    The problem is that I am not familiar wih the knobology & knowone else is...
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    Adcom GFA555 is a good amp, and can seen from...

    Adcom GFA555 is a good amp, and can seen from time to time at very reasonably prices.
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    I would look into fused silca. In another life I...

    I would look into fused silca. In another life I was involved in glass tempering furnace R & D. We used fused silca rolls to support and move the glass horizontally through the furnace. Very stable...
  5. Pneumatics are the way to go IMHO, unless you are...

    Pneumatics are the way to go IMHO, unless you are going to run exculsivly on smooth concrete. We have concrete and gravel and it is a PIA to have choose which lift to use especially if one is down...
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    I had a similar problem, dryer was freezing up....

    I had a similar problem, dryer was freezing up.
    Turns out the dryer was built in Korea and set to run properly at their altitude. I had to adjust the reg. on high side of fridgeration system. 1/4...
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    Out of the box and on the Mill thinking..... Way...

    Out of the box and on the Mill thinking.....
    Way to go man.:smoking:
  8. If you are not getting +5 VDC I would look for an...

    If you are not getting +5 VDC I would look for an LM7505 5 volt regulator. Center pin (3 pins comming out)and heat sink common. Of the other 2 1 pin should be unregulated 5VDC in and the other...
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    Looks like a versatile bit of kit. Is it for sale.

    Looks like a versatile bit of kit. Is it for sale.
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    If it is a through hole just push it through the...

    If it is a through hole just push it through the rest of the way with a punch. Welder idea is good too just zap and clean up with the correct sized tap.
  11. Top one in the picture is also known as a Bowden...

    Top one in the picture is also known as a Bowden oiler. They are all Jelly Bean parts. Measure the ID of the hole it came out of, decide what style you want, order it and jam it in. Not rocket...
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    Yes you can get DC voltage by first removing the...

    Yes you can get DC voltage by first removing the unit, CAREFULLY at your own risk plug it in, break out the DVM. Work from the line cord back, it is very simple and their are schematics on line. It...
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    Don't see why not, as long as you have some basic...

    Don't see why not, as long as you have some basic knowledge of electronics, and common sense (not saying that you don't!!).
    It just seems a bit over the top when you might solve the problem by...
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    In my very limited knowledge of this. Dry ice...

    In my very limited knowledge of this. Dry ice will remove only surface contaminates. So.. the brown scaly iron oxide should disappear, the underlaying pitting will not. If this is your desired out...
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    IMHO a lot of times when a situation like this...

    IMHO a lot of times when a situation like this occurs, the discrete component that vaporizes is not the cause of the failure. Yes it can be, but can take other things with it. Or it can fail
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    Leaving the diagnosis to the pro motor guys here,...

    Leaving the diagnosis to the pro motor guys here, I don't feel knowledgeable enough to contribute there.

    I can however vouch for Evapo Rust. I had a simple Starrett height gage that came I by for...
  17. Counterfeit Stuff

    Well to my guess they are not Mitoyo. I have several pair Mits (Not nearly as large.) and they bear no resemblance.

    I run into the problem of conterfits often (I am an electrical guy as well as a...
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    hand job

    I vote for the leave it off during preliminary set up and use the hand wheel to move it. I have always done it in this manner, safer and you have more control. IMHO
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    Wow; I am picking up what your putting down. If...

    Wow; I am picking up what your putting down. If where your boss I would be proud to have you, and give you the respect you deserve, more latitude to make the proper decisions. I know it can be a bit...
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    Thanks to everyone for your help. I believe with...

    Thanks to everyone for your help. I believe with all the info you guys have come up with, I have enough resources to whip this bitch. I will follow up my results.

    Thanks again for coming through,...
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    Al I agree but the folks in charge want it...

    Al I agree but the folks in charge want it yesterday and dirt cheap. If it were me I would do as you said.
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    I did do an ebay search and did see some of what...

    I did do an ebay search and did see some of what you mentioned the problem is the pressure rating on the adaptor. 130 BAR (1885 PSI) is the way above the spec on those ebay parts that I have seen....
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    Lancer 2000 nitrogen re-fill problems

    The Cincinnati Laner has a N2 counter balance for the Z axis. My charge and tank are low enough to where moving Z is causing too much current draw and faulting.
    problem is the fill port is a 1/4 BSP...
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    Just get a reliable switch on electronic surplus...

    Just get a reliable switch on electronic surplus site(s). Put it in be done wit it.
    Or contact me and if you like I will do a repair for ya, pics first would help as mentioned before.
  25. Thread: Motor Pulley

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    Mcmaster- Carr to start, do research. You may...

    Mcmaster- Carr to start, do research. You may find a stock item requiring very little in the way of mods on your end.
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