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    Alright.... Well here is the link if you...

    Alright....

    Well here is the link if you change your mind. McMaster-Carr
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    McM composite is cheap. Works well enough for me...

    McM composite is cheap. Works well enough for me that I won't pay 10x more for leather.
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    Must have been an earlier model Daewoo. Mine is...

    Must have been an earlier model Daewoo. Mine is all gear. I spent a while searching for this damn belt, only to find it doesn't exist.
  4. While you guys are hating, and I kind of agree,...

    While you guys are hating, and I kind of agree, their designs aren't too far off of 100 year old 1st world country machinery. Probably holds up for their use. I've seen plenty of 3rd world lathes...
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    Yeah but American gap bed lathes, such as a South...

    Yeah but American gap bed lathes, such as a South Bend, had their hand wheel on the right as well.
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    What is your preferred place for getting those?...

    What is your preferred place for getting those? My Daewoo needs all new belts... all 12 of them. I'm sure a banded 8x5L is gonna cost a fortune, but so will individual.
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    From the looks of that chippan... you have been...

    From the looks of that chippan... you have been busy! Kudos.
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    Man I tried to. $600. Too far away and gone well...

    Man I tried to. $600. Too far away and gone well before I could have put my britches on. Ah well.
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    Unless you're running this thing 12 hours a day,...

    Unless you're running this thing 12 hours a day, will it even matter? I use Vactra because it stays put. The important thing is that is has oil.
  10. I thought so too. But switching from the 1.75"...

    I thought so too. But switching from the 1.75" spindle bore on the Ikegai to the 3" probably required entirely different gears, bearings, everything. So I assume they just dumped it while they were...
  11. I guess so. :o I'm gonna leave it alone.

    I guess so. :o I'm gonna leave it alone.
  12. Thank you Ken. Yes, I'd suspect some factory...

    Thank you Ken.

    Yes, I'd suspect some factory beveling. I saved a more zoomed in photo and you can see some serious mushrooming, deformation, and sheared off material. It was undoubtedly shifted...
  13. I started in on this lathe mid last week. Some...

    I started in on this lathe mid last week. Some slight damage from sitting and pressure washing, but it is cleaning up very well. So far the good news is all good, and the bad news is extremely...
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    Herringbone Sidney on the second slide. Not scrap.

    Herringbone Sidney on the second slide. Not scrap.
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    One can always make a new stud in a hour or so...

    One can always make a new stud in a hour or so with whatever threads they like. I made one with 3/4-10 on one end and M18 on the other for a Shars nut.
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    Nope. 16 is your shank size in sixteenths of...

    Nope.

    16 is your shank size in sixteenths of an inch. 4 is your insert size (IC) in eights of an inch.

    You should have a "-D" afterwards. D represents the 6" shank. B is more commonly...
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    Thank you Bob. I've added the note. I will add a...

    Thank you Bob. I've added the note. I will add a tolerance that is +/- the tolerance nominal to within the range for the DP knurl. If they are smart, that will give them 3 chances.

    PS, the magic...
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    1.5" is a lot for such a machine. What is the...

    1.5" is a lot for such a machine. What is the spindle taper?
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    Gotcha. Best then to stop it early and not...

    Gotcha. Best then to stop it early and not overcut it then?



    I see.
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    Specifying Knurls on Prints

    I am specifying a knurl for the first time at work. I've made a few on my own, mostly crappy but sometimes passable.

    I inspected some of the old ones from before I got here. Some are ok, but...
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    Yes. That's the thread I was thinking of! I am...

    Yes. That's the thread I was thinking of! I am fine with Shars posts. I would have bought a Shars CA but my Daewoo came with an Aloris CA and 4 holders. It's definitely a little smoother than the...
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    Is this your only lathe rabler? If it isn't, and...

    Is this your only lathe rabler? If it isn't, and you have one you can share toolblocks with then you can make your spacer to the proper offset and leave all your tools on height but share them...
  23. Damn you really won the lathe lottery, eh! ...

    Damn you really won the lathe lottery, eh!

    That thing is in incredible shape.
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    Same can be done with pipe for larger diameters....

    Same can be done with pipe for larger diameters. I was punching out 3" rubber the other day with the arbor press. Edge didn't last long, but it did it.
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    Vs a CNC in nearly every measure? No. For a...

    Vs a CNC in nearly every measure? No. For a company/individual that needs to buzz down some plates hunks of steel a few times a week? Perfect.
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