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    Ouch ... ok I walked into that one .... in my...

    Ouch ... ok I walked into that one .... in my defense I haven't used my license in about 30 years, but still. OK, I looked, the schematic in my manual is the one with the bridge and capacitors...
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    QSD Relay Rectifier

    Stupid question here - where (physically) are the caps and the rectifier associated with the QSD relay located ??
  3. Thread: D1-3 Chucks

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    D1-2 2J is sold pending receipt of funds to GLUG

    D1-2 2J is sold pending receipt of funds to GLUG
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    PM sent. Sold pending receipt of funds

    PM sent. Sold pending receipt of funds
  5. Thread: D1-3 Chucks

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    sorry it sold almost instantly

    sorry it sold almost instantly
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    Monarch EE Steady Rest

    Later style (tall) steady rest for a Monarch EE. $275.

    PM here or [email protected] I'll pay the freight. Nothing wrong with it, I just don't need two of them!
  7. Thread: D1-3 Chucks

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    D1-3 Chucks

    Have some D1-3 tooling that is surplus to my needs

    D1-3 5c Collet adaptor (first picture). $200.

    D1-3 2j Sorjensen Chuck $150. (third photo) (SOLD) pending receipt of funds

    D1-3 5c collet...
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    Be sure there are not set-screw(s) under the...

    Be sure there are not set-screw(s) under the set-screw(s) you removed. Peter's figures above show this "feature" which was not uncommon at one time.
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    Dave, I'm going to chime in here a bit, I use or...

    Dave,
    I'm going to chime in here a bit, I use or have used most of the scopes you mentioned. You couldn't give me another HP scope, not a single HP scope I ever used triggered as well as even a...
  10. I have this great mental image after the above...

    I have this great mental image after the above post of a MG midget being chased down a looong hill by an angry EE intent on squishing the little upstart of a car......
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    Kerosene is often used in EDM machines as the...

    Kerosene is often used in EDM machines as the working fluid. Once in a great while you get a fire.....usually because the fluid level is too low and the electrode is working at the air/kerosene...
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    Damn, I knew I would forget something....Didn't...

    Damn, I knew I would forget something....Didn't know that the ELSR had a rewire associated with it. As far as the contactors go, at least on mine, I never got around to replacing the heaters or the...
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    Nice trick Dave! I have exactly that problem...

    Nice trick Dave! I have exactly that problem with a 2J Sjogren and hadn't figured out how to fix it yet. Thanks!
    Steve
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    I think the best way to really tell is to look at...

    I think the best way to really tell is to look at the wiring on the REALLY big transformer in the transformer case (T5) (under the coolant sump, access from the back of the lathe). If the primary...
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    I'm also interested in the TA if Knguyn doesn't...

    I'm also interested in the TA if Knguyn doesn't take it.
    Thanks,
    Steve
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    I would suggest that if you really needed covers,...

    I would suggest that if you really needed covers, pretty good replacements could be made using fiberglass. I hate working with the stuff, but for those belt covers with the deep curves, I would...
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    "they jus don't build'm like they used to....thank god!

    I have to chime in a bit.....one of the very good reasons that modern cars, machine tools, etc, are considered inferior is a failure to compare apples to apples. While I am hardly enamored of many...
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    Hi Russ, "Fortunately, we're not getting near...

    Hi Russ,

    "Fortunately, we're not getting near those currents or frequencies. The problem is that if I do it I'd likely stick with what I know - bring in the AC, rectify it and run PWM with it,...
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    HI Russ, You had better believe it adds up...

    HI Russ,
    You had better believe it adds up quick. Also there are some funny things that happen with power electronics. High Power Solid State stuff keeps gettin faster and faster. I built a...
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    If I had to get an EE working with a new drive...

    If I had to get an EE working with a new drive for minimal cost, I would suggest that you keep the original motor AND the original BIG tansformer (T3 in the modular I think). The rest of the...
  21. My $0.02 worth is that Peter's idea would be very...

    My $0.02 worth is that Peter's idea would be very useful. Having spent a considerable amount of time trolling through the old posts looking for a specific piece of information a bit of...
  22. Thread: Trav-a-dial

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    I like trav-a-dial, just not $450 worth! I had...

    I like trav-a-dial, just not $450 worth! I had fun reading the responses till I got to Ross's just above and my mind boggled on the idea of a 63' modular....big lathe!
    Cheers,
    Steve
  23. Thread: Trav-a-dial

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    Trav-a-dial

    Russ,
    Judging from the fact that several someones are willing to pay a significant portion of the cost of a DRO for an old trav-a-dial setup for an EE...(one on e-bay for ~$450 !!)...have you...
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    Hi, WRT transformer Hum, if the transformer is...

    Hi,
    WRT transformer Hum, if the transformer is open frame, try a hardwood wedge CAREFULLY between the coil and the frame. If the noise is considerably reduced then almost certainly the coil is...
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    Sticky: Hi Russ, Now that is really pretty! If I could...

    Hi Russ,
    Now that is really pretty! If I could just squeeze loose a weekend without other jobs to do, I think I'd sincerely flatter you by making a copy! The other adaptor I want is similar, a...
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