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    yeah its an amazing resource, lot of brilliant...

    yeah its an amazing resource, lot of brilliant machinists and mechanical engineers.

    I've rebuilt the top end of vertical head but the spindle arrangement of these 1D mills is quite different from...
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    cincinnati toolmaster rebuild

    it's been a while since I've been on here but attached is a Few pictures of my recent Toolmaster project. I thought I'd post them here for anyone thinking of scraping in theirs as I found some...
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    This is shamefully embarrassing phil but I don't...

    This is shamefully embarrassing phil but I don't have autodesk inventor installed on this computer so I've had to use microsoft paint. this was what I was trying to convey as a method to reduce the...
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    sorry I posted before refreshing the page and...

    sorry I posted before refreshing the page and didn't see the responses, if you don't mind could you PM me your number phil for a quick chat?
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    Much appreciated Richard, I was only dragged into...

    Much appreciated Richard, I was only dragged into this because a machinist that knew about the scraping club didn't want to deal with the job and gave my details to the maintenance department. I...
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    I really appreciate the response Richard, It's...

    I really appreciate the response Richard, It's the kind of encouragement I needed to turn down this job.

    The bearing pictured is actually the lower bearing cap, as I understand it the oil groove...
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    Babbit bearing issue

    Question for any babbitt scrapers here, I was contacted about this white metal bearing in a local desalination plant. The scraping has worn down to the point where unless the use a porta-power to...
  8. I really loved the Danish class plus meeting...

    I really loved the Danish class plus meeting Stefan & all the Scandinavian machinist was pretty great. One nice fellow was almost permanently drunk during his stay and shouted us all buffet dinner...
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    Matts channel is well worth watching, he does a...

    Matts channel is well worth watching, he does a beautiful restoration of that shaper from the ground up with very limited tooling.
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    I had a quick google and it looks like a fine...

    I had a quick google and it looks like a fine model worthy of restoration, I hope you find someone before the scrappy gets to it.
  11. I appreciate that Jim hope you're doing ok, ...

    I appreciate that Jim hope you're doing ok,

    probably not worth casting a SE when there's so many straight edges still out there but I'll keep that in mind PDW
    the only foundry I know of it over...
  12. I have a 6ft Brown and sharpe of the plain type,...

    I have a 6ft Brown and sharpe of the plain type, very slender casting and I can lift it alone albeit with difficultly.
    Ideally I would want something around 54" but worst case scenario I'm...
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    You could of course still employ the same method...

    You could of course still employ the same method albeit with a little more effort involved by cutting a section from the middle of the sheet and silver soldering in a tray to give the yoke clearance....
  14. I know this is an absolutely ancient thread but...

    I know this is an absolutely ancient thread but I've been looking everywhere for a dovetail straight edge long enough to spot the ways on my stanko Mill without having to overlap, the longest knife...
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    How clunky, spur gears are always going to be a...

    How clunky, spur gears are always going to be a little noisey but thats much worse than I expected, is it just as bad under load?
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    Elliott 18M shaper restoration

    Recently started disassembling the shaper to get it ready for scraping, I was of course expecting the worst as it spent a few nights out in the rain before I got my hands on it and it had a terrible...
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    Definitely worth saving, I've grown to love DSG...

    Definitely worth saving, I've grown to love DSG lathes more than any other make.
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    if you can't source one it would probably be...

    if you can't source one it would probably be worth getting someone to measure up an NOS gear and have a small batch made up to sell on ebay.
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    you know you can just email the company about...

    you know you can just email the company about anything DSG related, one of the tweed boys in the club emails them on the regular and they're very helpful. They'll even rebuild any DSG lathe for a...
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    Pictures please and if you mean a paper gasket,...

    Pictures please and if you mean a paper gasket, its cheap and readily available.

    Gasket Paper .8mm x 3mm x 1mm Petrol & Oil Resistance (.8) | eBay
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    That's some absolute fire banter Ewlsey, I had a...

    That's some absolute fire banter Ewlsey, I had a good chuckle.

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    This sounds like your best option, how bad is the...

    This sounds like your best option, how bad is the chatter and how deep?
  23. Found out there was just a degree of...

    Found out there was just a degree of miscommunication between the engineers and the tolerance was "0.2mm" which might as well have been a sausage down a hallway. 2500rpm or so peck drilling with...
  24. they didn't specify a tolerance for the hole but...

    they didn't specify a tolerance for the hole but 1.5mm is apparently the ASME standard for what ever it is they're calibrating.
    one of the engineers is dropping around a sample tomorrow so I can...
  25. Accurate hole location on 1.5mm holes at 25mm of depth

    Recently been asked to quote on a job that'll be used to calibrate some pretty high end ultrasonic Gear. Basically there's a series of different 25mm thick plates hardened to about 28 HRC that need...
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