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    disassembly help Press-RIte No. 0 obi

    I'm cleaning up a Havir Press-Rite obi press, No 0, the little 5 ton one, and I'm new to this type of machine, will probably call things by the wrong words. I have taken the...
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    If you have the model 1D (like me) the zerk is...

    If you have the model 1D (like me) the zerk is for the variable pulley on the motor shaft. The manual doesn't say anything about how the driven pulley is lubricated or for that matter how the quill...
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    I'm late to this thread, but you might save a...

    I'm late to this thread, but you might save a little time with your formula
    > H squared + (1/2Cord length) squared, divided by 2 x H (Height)
    because it is equal to
    (1/2)H+(C squared/8)/H.
    You...
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    In case anybody is curious, here is what I ended...

    In case anybody is curious, here is what I ended up with. Household 1 phase 240 v goes to a Temco XR3 that makes 3 phase, then that goes to the Scott-T transformer that makes 2 phase, then that goes...
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    Thanks for that Scott-T reference. It looks like...

    Thanks for that Scott-T reference. It looks like that's what I have. My inverter is a Huanyang 4kw unit. It runs my lathe just fine, but that only has one motor, and they tell me that no transformers...
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    Toolmaster 1D with 2-phase electrical

    I've bought a Cincinnati Toolmaster 1D, got it home and into the shop, nobody got hurt, no damage. Saw it running under ordinary 3-phase power. Would like a reality check on the electrical system.
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    Since you repair musical instruments you might be...

    Since you repair musical instruments you might be familiar with a company such as Stewart-Macdonald (and this is not a commercial plug because I have no connection with them). Their catalogue shows a...
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