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    Did the same thing with a cheap cordless...

    Did the same thing with a cheap cordless screwdriver. I found a drill chuck with a 1/4” hex shank that fit the spindle. Agreed, the lighter tool the better with small taps.
  2. This might be the mill you are thinking of. ...

    This might be the mill you are thinking of.

    Steve Lindsay Shop Tour

    Looks like he left the knee on and did a knee up restoration.

    Rich,
    After scraping a horizontal mill, would you want...
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    Id give it to him for $250. If he wasn't a good...

    Id give it to him for $250. If he wasn't a good kid $400.
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    Nice work!

    Nice work!
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    Yikes! That's a heavy one. I thought my 48" Busch...

    Yikes! That's a heavy one. I thought my 48" Busch was heavy at 90 lbs.
  6. Thanks for sharing! We had a local outfit try...

    Thanks for sharing!

    We had a local outfit try and sell us one, seemed like a lot of hype. They did not have it running and did not have the oven.
  7. As a first step you might want to check for lost...

    As a first step you might want to check for lost motion on your ball screw. It is easy enough with dial indicator on the end of your ball screw, you do not want your screw to move axially. Among...
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    Just to add to what others have said. Filling the...

    Just to add to what others have said. Filling the inside of the tube will help a bunch. I would turn a tight fitting brass slug in the end of the tube. You could also add a center in that slug and...
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    First i have heard of the French ink. Does it...

    First i have heard of the French ink. Does it wash off your hands? Does it thin out the Canode?
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    I have three techniques Canode water soluble...

    I have three techniques

    Canode water soluble Blue or yellow- 3" wide white foam roller meant for paint bought at a big box store. I apply a bunch of dabs on the plate, squirt some windex on it and...
  11. Thanks, Getting ready to hit the green Button. I...

    Thanks, Getting ready to hit the green Button. I am glad i took the time to ask, i was off by quite a bit.

    And yes, i would never use a used reamer in plastic. Saving $15 bucks isnt worth tearing...
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    Wow, no crash test dummy? I think i would have...

    Wow, no crash test dummy? I think i would have strapped 300 lb's of steel into the harness and launching it before trying it myself.
  13. Speeds and feeds for a small reamer in plastic.

    Looking for some guidance.

    I need to ream a bunch of .040" dia holes in delrin .250" deep in a blind hole. The part will be ran on a VMC with coolant.

    What are your thoughts?
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    That is extremely affordable for a lathe bed...

    That is extremely affordable for a lathe bed grind!
  15. Thread: Big Mic's

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    I have used the magnet trick as well, or tape. I...

    I have used the magnet trick as well, or tape. I really like Pi tapes. I am always surprised how repeatable they are.
  16. Nice grinder! I would not waste any time on...

    Nice grinder!

    I would not waste any time on the longitudinal axis scale. You will not need it, just a hard stop.

    A good place to look for scale mounting ideas are used machines with scales. If...
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    Cool Photos, thanks for sharing! The VTL photo...

    Cool Photos, thanks for sharing!

    The VTL photo with the car on it looks like the machine did not require a pit.
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    I've run both machines, id say the victor is a...

    I've run both machines, id say the victor is a superior machine. The headstock was smoother with a better finish potential.
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    Home | J.W. Winco Standard Parts...

    Home | J.W. Winco Standard Parts

    I have used them with success in the past
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    Sounds like a phonographic finish. We used a...

    Sounds like a phonographic finish. We used a square insert with a 1/32 rad. and feed it around .030 IPR. We used this technique for facing a sealing surface on a flange.
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    A big danger in moving a ball way grinders is...

    A big danger in moving a ball way grinders
    is brinelling the ball ways. I was told to remove the linear ball ways and replace with 1/8” thick plastic. If you leave them in you risk denting the...
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    +1 on oiling the insert

    +1 on oiling the insert
  23. I think your best bet would be use a HSS tool bit...

    I think your best bet would be use a HSS tool bit held in the end of a shop built bar. Make as big of a bar as possible. Just mill a slot along the end and secure the tool with 4 set screws.

    You...
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    Maybe we could email Moore for photos? LOL! ...

    Maybe we could email Moore for photos? LOL!

    The last time Moore was at IMTS i looked over a new Jig grinder, i think it was 2012. It had perfect Moore style scraping. They had the chief jig...
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    I like to spread rags soaked in wd-40 over the...

    I like to spread rags soaked in wd-40 over the compound and bed when grinding. The dust sticks to it and does not spread all over.

    I think it is fine once and a while
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