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    There's at least one product designed to bond...

    There's at least one product designed to bond Viton. Claim is "this unique adhesive is ideal for splicing fluoroelastomer materials and bonding rubber to metal surfaces." No experience with it...
  2. A written and photo summary of this lathe exists:...

    A written and photo summary of this lathe exists: Martin Lathes DLZ502, DLZ602 & DLZ702

    The writeup states that the apron was of double-walled, lubricated design. I suspect that the lever and...
  3. This is a very old design. One key difference...

    This is a very old design. One key difference between this thread and newer designs. In modern designs the cones are machined into the axle and face outward (the bearings are outboard of the...
  4. The bearing races have to install perfectly...

    The bearing races have to install perfectly parallel and the spindle does get a pretty good workout with cyclic torque and bending forces. Probably not good to weld it.

    If you can buy one that...
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    Typically stuff is made so that one thing (nut or...

    Typically stuff is made so that one thing (nut or bolt) strips and the other remains ok. In this case, both the internal and external threads stripped?
    That would make me say "wow" as this is a 6...
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    Ah, thanks for this background. It's nice to...

    Ah, thanks for this background. It's nice to have friends like that. I do agree with TeachMePlease that the best favor you can do for the guy is recommend a new puller. Stripped threads, in...
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    rick, Some reason you're ignoring the pic I...

    rick,

    Some reason you're ignoring the pic I posted? Is this the unit (Posi Lock 206) you want to fix? And if so, are the threads you want to repair on the id of the bright plated top part (which...
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    Zombie thread, Rebecca. You are replying to a...

    Zombie thread, Rebecca. You are replying to a post from ten years ago. One thing I'd suggest would be to provide your company's current web address.
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    I am going to propose that making a tap is not...

    I am going to propose that making a tap is not going to solve the OP's problem. I revised my recommendations based upon looking at the product the OP wants to resurrect. If you go to Grainger's...
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    You state that you are chasing existing threads. ...

    You state that you are chasing existing threads. Which means that the original threads are stripped. This, for a device whose entire purpose in life depends upon those threads. Do you see the path...
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    Taps are made of W, O, and A tools steels, and...

    Taps are made of W, O, and A tools steels, and HSSs. And a lot more for specialized uses.

    You haven't specified the problems sufficiently.

    Is this a one-off that you are making for yourself?...
  12. Central Ohio, exposed to the elements? You can...

    Central Ohio, exposed to the elements? You can use plywood but I'd really prime it and paint it with something durable (maybe black, to match asphault?).
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    Info here may be helpful:...

    Info here may be helpful:
    https://www.bcntechserv.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Series_E_-_Form_A-18-C-2.pdf


    BCN has a phone number. They may have the right part for you, too.

    The E75 uses...
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    Given that a lot of resumes don't have GPAs on...

    Given that a lot of resumes don't have GPAs on the, and your history, I'd NOT put the GPA in there. Also, is 2.95 above or below average/median?

    When asked, about GPA I'd say "My GPA is pretty...
  15. There is an engineering component to this. Here...

    There is an engineering component to this. Here are some factors if you use an eye bolt approach:
    1) Pull out strength. A 1/2 inch thread through 1/2 inch plate is almost as good as you'll do. If...
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    OT: Durable replaceable Ipod battery

    I have an old (2006, 5th generation) Ipod. I keep it because the A/D chip (sound quality) in it is superior to later versions. I've replaced the hard drive with a SDHD. I also replaced the...
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    +1 on the NexCare. I really like the NexCare...

    +1 on the NexCare. I really like the NexCare Active (flesh-colored foam, flexible, excellent adhesion). I can't find a pack with all the same size, but here is one packaging.

    They also make a...
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    Like this? Threaded door hinge pin?...

    Like this? Threaded door hinge pin?
    http://www.vw-wholesale.com/resize.aspx?file=B00413_343838.jpg&width=388&maxheight=280...
  19. I think that the SOIC SnapHat is a 28 pin setup,...

    I think that the SOIC SnapHat is a 28 pin setup, and the 24 pin package (counted from the pics) is a one-piece CapHat.
  20. Some of the datasheets emphasize the point "Do...

    Some of the datasheets emphasize the point "Do not wave solder SOIC Snaphat" units. I think Milacron has what is called a CapHat unit so this may not apply. But I like the two responses: 1)...
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    For personal use, or was this for blowing up...

    For personal use, or was this for blowing up reconnaissance?
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    Why no welding?

    Why no welding?
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    As Glug mentioned, this thread is likely to be...

    As Glug mentioned, this thread is likely to be locked, as the moderator targets this site to more commercial/industrial and less to home shop. There are a lot of home shop sites you can go to, and...
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    I'd agree - stiffness would be a function of...

    I'd agree - stiffness would be a function of clamping forces and surface roughness. For example, imagine two bars with 1/4" deep 60° Vee cuts on each face, cuts that mated perfectly. Then use a...
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    A press fit bushing could pull out and then...

    A press fit bushing could pull out and then tighten against the cap. So you'd THINK you have proper torque on a cap bolt, but you'd have a loose bushing in a hole.

    I think your plan B is the...
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