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    And.... the nameplate on this motor says what for...

    And.... the nameplate on this motor says what for max. temperature?
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    Don't ask for things, you might get them. Could...

    Don't ask for things, you might get them. Could be it's really worse than it looks.
    Bolster the reputation? Heck, it has only one way to *go*.
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    To re-phrase that: anyone who thinks that...

    To re-phrase that: anyone who thinks that international trade can be successfully
    negotiated with a kindergarden mentality is probably not fit to be president.
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    Handy way to wire a 240 volt single phase motor...

    Handy way to wire a 240 volt single phase motor so it reverses. Some assembly needed.
    These are actually easier to wire than 120 volt versions.
    ...
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    Or, that big dude who was buying all those steaks...

    Or, that big dude who was buying all those steaks with his food stamps. Darn I miss
    that asshole reagan. He must have had alzheimers a LONG time.
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    Equivalent series resistance. It's a catch-all...

    Equivalent series resistance. It's a catch-all for capacitor losses.
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    My house has city water, city sewer - so it's SEP...

    My house has city water, city sewer - so it's SEP for this stuff. Not so where I grew up.
    So yes, by habit I still let it mellow if it's yellow. And yes, given the chance I do use the
    stand of...
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    Dern straight there. Mr. MAX is flying all over...

    Dern straight there. Mr. MAX is flying all over the place right now.
    Oh. Ooops. Still grounded. Guess the moderator's letter never got the FAA.
    What me worry?
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    Not technically true. This comment really isn't...

    Not technically true. This comment really isn't appropriate for the present topic, but different types of capacitors with
    nominally the same value of capacitence can have different types of...
  10. In mine I think it was diagonal. The head of the...

    In mine I think it was diagonal. The head of the key is visible in the photo of my 'exploded view' above.
  11. A bit late to the party but some more photos of...

    A bit late to the party but some more photos of this type of spindle (smaller 59 cataract machine)
    where I had tried to clean up the spindle and basically failed at it. It will need to eventually...
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    "I just noticed anyone had replied...." How...

    "I just noticed anyone had replied...."

    How grand that you noticed. One of the replies if you will deign to scroll back was
    "what kind of bearings are in the headstock."

    So to put that...
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    "The problem seems to lie in the definition of...

    "The problem seems to lie in the definition of "competent".

    Ah, that's dead easy. They just placard the instument panel in the aircraft with a plate with the
    words:

    "DO NOT CRASH THIS PLANE"...
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    HA! Never saw *that* happen. We have a rule...

    HA!

    Never saw *that* happen.
    We have a rule at research, visitors that might possibly be a danger to themselves or to equipment
    are required to wear a brightly colored strip of cloth knotted...
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    Ah. Then there's *that*. Apparently you don't...

    Ah. Then there's *that*. Apparently you don't care to share what kind of bearings there are as well.

    You'll get better help if give more info.
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    At least he's not wrong. Boeing's response to...

    At least he's not wrong.
    Boeing's response to this engineering debacle is the exact definition of reactive.

    As it should be.
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    1) remove the chuck. 2) hold up a tape measure...

    1) remove the chuck.

    2) hold up a tape measure so the center of the spindle is obvious and put the end of the
    tape on one of the ways.

    3) take a photo. Post it here.
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    At a certain point, pay is not the real issue, it...

    At a certain point, pay is not the real issue, it often boils down to benefits, specifically health insurance. As one gets
    older, the mortgage pays off, support for kids winds down, so money is...
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    Intesting side story: I work for a Large Blue...

    Intesting side story: I work for a Large Blue Computer company and years ago, I had a very nice
    man as a boss. Now that summer we had a vistor that was working in our group, and one day this...
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    [QUOTE=CarbideBob;3365998 Honda 50 step-through...

    [QUOTE=CarbideBob;3365998
    Honda 50 step-through to 200+ superbikes the wave is hand and fist held high for right and love to ride.

    Peter Egan's (of cycle world fame) has a step-through honda 50...
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    Dang. Now why didn't *I* think of that! Now you...

    Dang. Now why didn't *I* think of that! Now you have a mission in life: all you need to do is send a nice
    letter to the FAA and to Boeing with this amazing revalation (to paraphrase: not their...
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    I do know for a fact that LN2 does a very...

    I do know for a fact that LN2 does a very passable job of eliminating poison ivy. Early frost and all that.
    Not that I've ever done that....
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    New Jersey isn't the problem, it's Piscataway. ...

    New Jersey isn't the problem, it's Piscataway. That's right in the middle of a huge traffic nexus, for example it would take me two hours
    one way to commute there from peeskill, during rush hour. ...
  24. Not *mine*. The tinfoil in the hat keeps that...

    Not *mine*. The tinfoil in the hat keeps that from happening.....
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    As described in the Moore book, there is no...

    As described in the Moore book, there is no lapping going on anywhere. This is spotting and hand
    scraping. I don't think gravity is a critical component in their process, other than it holds the...
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