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  1. My old switch did in fact work, however, it was...

    My old switch did in fact work, however, it was about 40 years old, and I wanted to be able to get more precise with the hi/low split as well as the upper limit, so I bought the same switch you...
  2. Interesting. So my old analog pressure switch...

    Interesting. So my old analog pressure switch will not work with the VFD, and I need to go to that digital version?

    Thanks,

    Dan
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    I did receive an email today from an Autodesk...

    I did receive an email today from an Autodesk representative, letting me know they are adopting a new 3 tiered scheme for their users. The free version will remain free for hobbyists, but in a...
  4. I think I'm about ready to set the contactor...

    I think I'm about ready to set the contactor aside and run the pressure switch enable/disable directly to the VFD. I kept being forced to hold down the contactor manually while pressing "run" on the...
  5. I really enjoyed your video on the shaper. They...

    I really enjoyed your video on the shaper. They are fascinating machines, I've heard it said that you can make anything using them in the shop except money! :)

    Dan
  6. Thanks, guys. A little bit more thinking on this...

    Thanks, guys. A little bit more thinking on this and I would have realized the truth in what you are saying, Bill. With the VFD, it will be 3 phase out to the motor, so I bought one of these:

    3HP...
  7. Question on moving from single ph. to 3 ph. on compressor cutoff switch

    On my Dresser model 5000 air compressor I'm swapping out my single phase 220 volt 3 h.p. 1740 rpm motor to a 220 volt 3 phase 5 h.p. 1800 rpm motor using a VFD to control speed.

    Are most of the...
  8. Looks like a really nice DP. If it were mine, I'd...

    Looks like a really nice DP. If it were mine, I'd consider putting on a digital tach until I could find the exact replacement.

    Dan L
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    Consider inquiring over in The Garage Journal...

    Consider inquiring over in The Garage Journal about this. There are over 3,700 posts in one of their vise threads. Might take you a while to read thru all of them, but there are lots of Wilton vises...
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    20 years ago I restored an antique wood cook...

    20 years ago I restored an antique wood cook stove that had originally been nickle plated, and decided to stick with that, to be more 'original'. Got it back and it looked really great, not as...
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    I agree with Joe on this... these guards are very...

    I agree with Joe on this... these guards are very hard to find.

    That being said, you might ask in [email protected] | Topics, a group dedicated to helping other Dalton Lathe owners.

    Dan
  12. Not a Franklin, not a Marmon. Too large & cast...

    Not a Franklin, not a Marmon. Too large & cast iron to be a motorcycle motor? This is a weird one.

    The really popular antique air cooled auto motors are easy to look up, but the rarer ones, like...
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    Motor H.P. (single speed vs. 2 speed motor) Dan

    Motor H.P. (single speed vs. 2 speed motor)

    Dan
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    Agreed.... I drove one in a small town parade...

    Agreed.... I drove one in a small town parade around 20 years ago, and when I headed it back to its home about 15 miles away, I could only get up to about 47 mph.

    Dan L
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    WTB Nardini 1440 Steady Rest

    Just on the off chance someone out there has one for sale.

    Thanks,

    Dan Linscheid
    Salem, OR
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    Trying this again....

    http://home.wavecable.com/[email protected]/Textron_BP_DRO.pdf
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    I agree with Joe on this. My Nardini 1440 chip...

    I agree with Joe on this. My Nardini 1440 chip pan was assaulted by some cretin at the wheel of a fork lift and was really banged up. I spend a couple hours doing the initial straightening, and came...
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    Not sure if Monday the 18th is a Holiday for H &...

    Not sure if Monday the 18th is a Holiday for H & W or not. Looks like you are moving right along with this project, and doing it correctly.

    Dan
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    This is some amazing work here. First time I've...

    This is some amazing work here. First time I've spotted this thread.

    Can you elaborate on the process used to polish that 304SS? Beautiful!

    Dan
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    Google it: AutoCAD vpmax turn off - Google...

    Google it: AutoCAD vpmax turn off - Google Search

    Dan
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    Gone

    I just talked with the seller....it is gone. $800, with no vice.


    Dan L
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    He might just take that amount for it. He needs...

    He might just take that amount for it. He needs to get it out of his shed.

    Dan L
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    Final 2 pages from Catalog 2: 233026233027 Dan

    Final 2 pages from Catalog 2:
    233026233027

    Dan
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    4th group of 5 images from Catalog 2:...

    4th group of 5 images from Catalog 2:
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    3rd group of 5 images from Catalog 2:...

    3rd group of 5 images from Catalog 2:
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