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    Keep the gallon jugs and fill them from the pail....

    Keep the gallon jugs and fill them from the pail. My pails are out in the fabrication end of the shop and the gallons are in the enclosed and heated end. Handy that way.
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    Oils are usually a lot cheaper by the pail. I...

    Oils are usually a lot cheaper by the pail. I think the last pail of DTE 24 I bought came off Amazon for about $124 delivered, I'm not sure I can beat that with local folks.
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    Lookup "Swan Device" with a convenient web search...

    Lookup "Swan Device" with a convenient web search tool.



    Maybe the Moore "T" lathe? I was given to understand that most of the Pu pits were machined on 10EEs. I worked in one of the early...
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    It's usually cotton waste packing. I've used...

    It's usually cotton waste packing. I've used cotton twine as a replacement, not sure how correct that was. You could probably replace it with a felt. I couldn't find anything with a search.
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    Look for a PM.

    Look for a PM.
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    And some of those reasons would be...

    And some of those reasons would be...
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    For the Series 61 (very similar construction) the...

    For the Series 61 (very similar construction) the brochure lists 8160 pounds for the 48" model and 490 pounds for each additional 2 feet, plus 350 pounds for each additional leg. So maybe 9980 for a...
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    Right you are - I had to zoom in on my phone's...

    Right you are - I had to zoom in on my phone's screen to see it. Thanks for the pointer, I've mentioned my interest in that thread.
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    If you were to sell individual machines I might...

    If you were to sell individual machines I might be interested in the vertical bandsaw if the specs are near what I want.
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    I see only the Jet horizontal there. Riverside...

    I see only the Jet horizontal there. Riverside is a pretty long day's drive from here but it might be managed.
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    WTB Vertical metal cutting bandsaw

    I'm looking for a smaller vertical bandsaw, even one of the 14" Delta units with a gear box would be OK (even a gear box since I have an import 14"), but something like a Roll-in or a Doall 1612...
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    Yup. I think the Navy was still ordering the M/G...

    Yup. I think the Navy was still ordering the M/G units for a long while after the WiaD drive came out. Kind of ironic since they likely had the most C16J thyratron tubes from all their radar units.
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    The voltages stabilized nicely at the higher...

    The voltages stabilized nicely at the higher currents, so I'm thinking that this isn't any of the 'traditional' RPC issues. Just to confirm I found a 1.3HP motor with the same 4.4A current spec. ...
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    Odd currents using American Rotary AD

    I'm getting a new machine working (K&T Model B Autometric) and in order to do so I got an American Rotary AD 5HP phase converter. When running the spindle for a while (half hour or more) my overload...
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    Not a lot of use w/o a tailstock

    Not a lot of use w/o a tailstock
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    If I recall rightly you're in the Austin area. ...

    If I recall rightly you're in the Austin area. If so call Hamilton Electric Works and see if they can check the motor out. You never know, it might be simple. I had to work with my local motor...
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    Motor or generator? No rewind/repair available?

    Motor or generator? No rewind/repair available?
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    WTB: T-slot angle plate for Autometric

    I'm getting my Autometric going and for some of the anticipated work I'm going to need a largish t-slot angle plate. I'd love to find this one made for the Autometric:
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    ..and .324 less than the 1.750 gage line (.162...

    ..and .324 less than the 1.750 gage line (.162 under each side). I'll have to play with things a bit but it looks like the lug screws are 2.00x apart (so probably exactly 2.000) and with a 1/2" lug...
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    Need K&T 40 NST dimensions

    I'm in the process of adapting a 40 NMTB PDQ tool holder to my Autometric and am deciding on whether or not to add the slots for the driving lugs to the toolholders or to make a lug that doesn't need...
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    I have a complete round dial compound pulled from...

    I have a complete round dial compound pulled from a fixture made by Sandia labs, be glad to trade for stuff. It's used and has abut .035 play on the dial. Some of that went away with tightening on...
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    Made a little more progress with the Autometric. ...

    Made a little more progress with the Autometric. I made a spindle nut that adapts a Marlin PDQ "S" size quick change to the spindle:

    http://www.kepler-eng.com/images/autometric_adapter.jpg

    I...
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    We've been through that (loss of a family dog) 10...

    We've been through that (loss of a family dog) 10 times. Last time I didn't think I'd ever have the strength to take in another dog that I knew I was going to lose sooner or later, but 5 months...
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    Probably should have cleaned the sump and checked...

    Probably should have cleaned the sump and checked the oil pump while you had the apron off. Also, the oil feed through the half nuts is often blocked and can be cleaned at that point. But......
  25. I've used relay point burnisher tool for this. I...

    I've used relay point burnisher tool for this. I think I used this one specifically: "Jonard OB-1/3 Burnisher" as found on Amazon.
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