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    Set the wayback machine for 1960 Sherman.

    Set the wayback machine for 1960 Sherman.
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    I can have a motor rewound for about 500 US $. ...

    I can have a motor rewound for about 500 US $. I'm led to wonder the value of a transformer if the switchgear is sufficient for the newly planned voltage.
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    FN-Neiderhauser is the current Swiss manufacturer...

    FN-Neiderhauser is the current Swiss manufacturer of System Reishauer (RHU) Chucks, the smallest of which is 125mm.

    The do make an 80mm spiral scroll type though.

    FN-Neiderhauser hand...
  4. Does electronic threading imply ball screws?

    Does electronic threading imply ball screws?
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    GM exits Europe with Opel-Vauxhall sale

    GM exits Europe with Opel-Vauxhall sale

    There is not enough Socialism in Europe to support GM.
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    That is a "rounding-up" or "topping-off" tool. ...

    That is a "rounding-up" or "topping-off" tool. Only related to hobbing with respect to gashing.

    The tooth profile does not necessarily converge.
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    How many free consultations would you like?

    How many free consultations would you like?
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    Nate, in addition to Zahnrad's advice consider...

    Nate, in addition to Zahnrad's advice consider the economics of your your own statement.



    That 300K price is the cost of admission to the small gear game. You are casually considering...
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    Cycloidal gears and more! ...

    Cycloidal gears and more!


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DtqEHpTmAeE

    Affolter Technologies SA | Microsite “Applications” <== clickable images launch demo videos.

    Just looking at their...
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    Fanuc I/O Link II protocol.

    Fanuc's I/O Link II (high speed serial) is apparently OPCN-1 otherwise know as JIS B 3511:1999, a Japanese Industry Standard.

    I have found a not particularly useful to me Japanese Language copy of...
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    There must be a dozen firms in and around Biel...

    There must be a dozen firms in and around Biel that specialize in tiny gears.

    Just some highlights. (These companies are within a 10 minute bike ride from each other).

    Schnyder Gear Solutions...
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    Back in the day Mikron published a bi-monthly...

    Back in the day Mikron published a bi-monthly circular roughly titled in translation "ideas for hobbing". It contained all sorts of tooling set-ups that could be applied to their line of hobbers, as...
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    Step one: for small gears think module. Step...

    Step one: for small gears think module.

    Step two: farm them out.
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    The complexity of the strings of 1's and 0's that...

    The complexity of the strings of 1's and 0's that a language can stream together is defined by its production rules. As explained in the Chomsky Hierarchy Wiki article. A short easy read.

    ANSI...
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    Dichloromethane seems to have been banned in the...

    Dichloromethane seems to have been banned in the EU.

    You may find products containing n-Butylacetat to be a suitable, if less effective, substitute.
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    Just to be pendantic, many computing methods are...

    Just to be pendantic, many computing methods are not Turing complete.

    This short article has a easy to follow description of the conditions that must be met:

    ==> Are there minimum criteria for...
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    I use this product ==>...

    I use this product ==> https://www.sfsunimarket.biz/sfs_download/media/de/general_media/downloadcenter/sfs_unimarket_1/sicherheitsblaetter/rico_anlaugen__abbeizen_2/SDB_RICO_Farbabbeizer_rapid.pdf
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    I took a look at the Temacoat GPL-S Primer and...

    I took a look at the Temacoat GPL-S Primer and saw that it contains zinc phosphate. Zinc phosphate is an etchant for cast iron. Should be good. Looks like a nice system product.
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    Perhaps your paint supplier doesn't understand...

    Perhaps your paint supplier doesn't understand that you are working on a precision machine spindle housing?

    Anyway, paint adhesion is chemical, not mechanical. Proper cleaning followed by etching...
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    Why would you want a soft pin? According...

    Why would you want a soft pin?



    According to ISO/DIN tapered pins have rounded off ends.
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    I believe the on newer white/blue machines the...

    I believe the on newer white/blue machines the light grey is RAL 7035, and the dark blue is RAL 5013.

    Pretty sure that Luthy machine is RAL 7035.

    Sandblasting is a bad idea. If you must strip,...
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    Apart from being easier to pull than cylindrical...

    Apart from being easier to pull than cylindrical pins, taper pins are for ream-as-you-go hand fits. A well equipped fitter will have the correct length tapered reamer to match each pin to a...
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    My go-to wheel is an MD25 resin composite. ...

    My go-to wheel is an MD25 resin composite.

    http://www.diametal.ch/images/products/en/bonded-precision-grinding-tools/fepa-standard.gif

    The resin is friable enough to let the wheel cut pretty...
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    Nabertherm still makes salt bath furnaces. Their...

    Nabertherm still makes salt bath furnaces. Their US distributor is in Delaware. Maybe the distributor can hook you up with a customer running that equipment?

    Nabertherm Inc.
    54 Read‘s Way
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    Luke has mentioned he has a 102. His easiest...

    Luke has mentioned he has a 102. His easiest setup would probably be to mount a 9A3 wheel on a W-20 mandrel, stick it in the spindle of this lathe, and rig up some sort of neat-oil drip.

    6A2...
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