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  1. I agree. Send them back. I won't pay near USA...

    I agree. Send them back. I won't pay near USA prices for India stuff with a good name. I would rather pay double for USA or 90% less for Chinese.
  2. You didn't say what brand of cold saw it is. If...

    You didn't say what brand of cold saw it is. If it is a good one with a double vise, I would probably use it. But that's just me.
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    I think you did good. Regardless of what you paid...

    I think you did good. Regardless of what you paid for it.
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    I need a compound for a 16" Leblond HD if anybody...

    I need a compound for a 16" Leblond HD if anybody has one. Thanks. Rick 501-519-7425
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    This is what you are looking for MFF-8 :...

    This is what you are looking for

    MFF-8 : Minnesota Fast Freeze | Goodson Tools & Supplies
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    Given your wonderful location for finding a cheap...

    Given your wonderful location for finding a cheap press brake, I don't think you will have any problem finding and old Cincinnati or D&K (Chicago) mechanical brake. You can probably easily find 10...
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    I don't know how big the part is but if the hole...

    I don't know how big the part is but if the hole was deep enough for a hone I think there are stones that would give you that. I've never used a profilometer after the 70 grit stones, but it's rough.
  8. While we are on this topic I am looking for a...

    While we are on this topic I am looking for a tailstock and a steady rest for my K&T Model K dividing head. Thanks.
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    My friend will come over this weekend. I will...

    My friend will come over this weekend. I will discuss the problems. Mainly, if he tore it up with full threads, then this weakened bolt/id thread isn't going to hold up. I'll see what he has to say.
  10. I love finds like that. I want it all. I would...

    I love finds like that. I want it all. I would bet money that I will never use 90% of the tooling I have before I die. But if I need it, I want to have it.
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    268433 Here is a picture. I have already...

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    Here is a picture. I have already chased the threads on the bolt. Now I need to tap the internal threads.
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    I'm not ignoring you. A new head also takes new...

    I'm not ignoring you. A new head also takes new style pins. (See those little clips holding the pins in? That is a newer style.) The pins are another $30. Now we are over $100. I've found a whole new...
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    I will take a picture tonight and post it

    I will take a picture tonight and post it
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    I don't think I'm near good enough to pick up an...

    I don't think I'm near good enough to pick up an ID thread. Plus it's up in there a little.
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    Amazing. The bolt is .655" so I don't know if a...

    Amazing. The bolt is .655" so I don't know if a .625" tap would help. This is to repair a Posi Lock brand puller. Posi Lock told me the thread was "proprietary" so I think I have to make a tap. It...
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    O1, A2 or W1 to make a tap?

    I need to make a tap for a size not commercially available. (It is around 5/8"-14). McMaster lists O1, A2 and W1. W1 is the only one that has taps under the applications. Would that be best for me?...
  17. I agree with you. But I buy some Chinese to have...

    I agree with you. But I buy some Chinese to have until I can find the good stuff. I buy Cle Forge drills and Greenfield tap and dies with the size stamped in. (Not that new laser etched stuff.) You...
  18. YouTube, YouTube and YouTube. There are so many...

    YouTube, YouTube and YouTube. There are so many good machine shop videos on there you want to do it. My mothers 4 brothers all went to California during the war and became machinists. It's in my...
  19. I think my Cincinnati has a #10 B & S taper

    I think my Cincinnati has a #10 B & S taper
  20. I prefer the Time inserts. When you get done it...

    I prefer the Time inserts. When you get done it looks pretty.
  21. How about bore it, sleeve it and try again?

    How about bore it, sleeve it and try again?
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    I noticed all the units in this thread were air...

    I noticed all the units in this thread were air operated. Does anyone make an electrical power draw bar? Thanks.
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    Lathe jaw covers to make "soft jaws"

    I want to make some copper or brass covers for my lathe jaws to protect some parts that I turn. You know the kind that wrap around the jaw to stay put when you take the part out. Do I have to make...
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    A36 is made out of a big pile of scrap steel....

    A36 is made out of a big pile of scrap steel. It's basically garbage. They don't have a clue what's in it. Whatever was in the pile. Washing machines, car bumpers, who knows? They don't. That's why...
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    Clausing is USA made, been around forever, and...

    Clausing is USA made, been around forever, and will do what you want and they have made a million of them.
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