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    Some people call em half dead center. Easier to...

    Some people call em half dead center. Easier to search.

    Hint: it’s relieved less than half if yer doing it yerself.

    L7
  2. Thread: Scraping Tools

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    PM sent to OP L7

    PM sent to OP

    L7
  3. Thread: Whatsa Sixis?

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    Does the guy want to sell the 101? L7

    Does the guy want to sell the 101?

    L7
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    Bought a 3’ x 5’ cast top table from a friend’s...

    Bought a 3’ x 5’ cast top table from a friend’s shop closing. Darn useful, and not just for welding ;-)

    L7
  5. Luke’s Machinery, that used to be on NotreDame,...

    Luke’s Machinery, that used to be on NotreDame, sold these in the early 1970’s. Later, City Machinery (that your machine has a tag from) sold em. The remains of that company got sold to Westward...
  6. Do you still have the cross rail from the CMM? ...

    Do you still have the cross rail from the CMM?

    L7

    On edit, sorry, never mind. Not the type of CMM that has a cross rail.
  7. Thread: Scraping Tools

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    Scrape, could I ask, what are the rough...

    Scrape, could I ask, what are the rough measurements and weight of that square?

    L7
  8. Thread: Scraping Tools

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    Gbent, you’d be much better off driving over to...

    Gbent, you’d be much better off driving over to OP and bringing em back safely...

    And That does look like a nice square. Wondering if dfoster noted?

    L7
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    As a Canadian, I’m not sure I’d feel ok in a...

    As a Canadian, I’m not sure I’d feel ok in a bunker with a cat 5 saying hello up close and personal. Give me prolonged -30 and a lot of snow please :-)
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    Always wondered about long term durability and...

    Always wondered about long term durability and value of a pre fab vs built in place.

    L7
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    Well, Japan, with an acceptance of the need to...

    Well, Japan, with an acceptance of the need to wear masks is doing quite well. How’s the US doing?

    L7
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    B-port was easy up a 7” in 24’ grade. 4500 lb...

    B-port was easy up a 7” in 24’ grade. 4500 lb shaper was all I could do pulling a pallet jack.

    Any reason you can’t rig up a come along?

    L7
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    I’m not a radial drill expert, suggest asking...

    I’m not a radial drill expert, suggest asking Tyrone or others, but I think it’s called a sensitive as it’s much easier to swing into position than a regular drill its size and it’s probably designed...
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    A 12” diameter column supporting a mere 3’ arm...

    A 12” diameter column supporting a mere 3’ arm suggests some rigidity. And the fact it was designed for boring, not just drilling.

    Anyhoo, job done and I’m happy with result.

    L7
  15. Thread: Ox's Shop '08

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    Nice peek at the backside of Sir Donald in that...

    Nice peek at the backside of Sir Donald in that vid.

    Ya know, that area is now so popular it gets moguls. Come to the otherside of Sir D for the better riding. ;-)

    L7
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    Yup, that’s my type of drill. And yup, I’ve...

    Yup, that’s my type of drill. And yup, I’ve already draw filed the worst spots on the table and am just starting to scrape.

    Thanks, will shim up a surface plate on the table square to spindle and...
  17. +1. Metalmagpie, when you try an Accufinish,...

    +1. Metalmagpie, when you try an Accufinish, you’ll wonder why you futtsed around without one.

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    Radial drill table

    Have a Fosdick 3’ arm sensitive radial drill press. Previous owner torqued the heck out of his hold down bolts and the area near some of the slots are as much as ten to fifteen thou raised. Enough...
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    Is this the AB Machinery in Montreal Quebec?

    Is this the AB Machinery in Montreal Quebec?
  20. Are picture 4, the twenty lathe mandrels still...

    Are picture 4, the twenty lathe mandrels still available?

    L7
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    It now has that new fangled electricity thing....

    It now has that new fangled electricity thing. But keep the overhead shafting cause that’s not a fad...

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    Heli pilots are cheap. It’s the bunch of parts...

    Heli pilots are cheap. It’s the bunch of parts flying (mostly) in formation that is a 407 that’s spendy. ;-)

    L7
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    I could be wrong, but that mike looks like one I...

    I could be wrong, but that mike looks like one I bought from a mentor’s estate. He bought it used in the 1950’s and said it was pre carbide. When did Starrett and Mitutoyo start using carbide wear...
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    Thermite, the huts I’m taking about are way above...

    Thermite, the huts I’m taking about are way above the tree line, the propane is already there, and there’s no money for fancy LED solar and batteries. Plus it needs to work at -40. Bonus is the small...
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    I’d give some (but small) money for the cutters....

    I’d give some (but small) money for the cutters.

    PM if you want to sell and we could take it to email.

    L7
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