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  1. Thread: hinging parts

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    If it responds differently depending on where you...

    If it responds differently depending on where you place it, doesn't that indicate variations in your reference surface? That is, your flat isn't reliably flat.
  2. If you do any form grinding that's a wonderful...

    If you do any form grinding that's a wonderful tool and a steal at that price.
  3. Thread: Max regrinds

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    The best thing I can think of relating to the...

    The best thing I can think of relating to the salesman's recommendation is that it gives me an idea for a new screen name. Max Regrind. Kinda like that.
  4. I've got ball end mills that I use on a mill. ...

    I've got ball end mills that I use on a mill. Not a lot, but if you need it, there's no good substitute. I just recently used one on a straightedge casting to establish a shallow depression...
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    In Dian's example of coming into his two...

    In Dian's example of coming into his two parallels from opposite directions and getting different results. I would experiment with vibration to see where the indicator came to rest. In a similar...
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    Well that didn't last long. No, not sold. ...

    Well that didn't last long. No, not sold. Flagged for removal.
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    There's an old binary sort for how to manage what...

    There's an old binary sort for how to manage what to really worry about.

    First of all, you're either healthy or sick.

    If you're healthy you've got nothing to worry about but if you're sick...
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    Do a search with the usual industrial suppliers...

    Do a search with the usual industrial suppliers for file handles.
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    That looks good enough, and if it does the job...

    That looks good enough, and if it does the job that's all you need.
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    No help here but a tickle of nostalgia. We...

    No help here but a tickle of nostalgia.

    We bought our first NC machine in the 80's, a Mitsubishi wire for the toolroom and the Elan system to program and punch tape for it. At that time the...
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    So he's proposing to help individuals who don't...

    So he's proposing to help individuals who don't really understand finance get placed in responsible positions by cheating? I'm not sure that's the kind of help we need.

    In fact, could he and his...
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    linseed oil and wood flour, I understand.

    linseed oil and wood flour, I understand.
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    The traditional way would have been to form the...

    The traditional way would have been to form the roll, mostly closed and then finish in assembly. It doesn't have to be able to rotate. If you want to know how a roll might be formed I've got...
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    I haven't separated this from the strap because...

    I haven't separated this from the strap because it's riveted, but you can see the design. There's a tubular roller just visible to reduce chafing on the strap, and the upper portion where the strap...
  15. From my look at one, or a similar tool, it's a...

    From my look at one, or a similar tool, it's a cutting tool to re-establish circularity if the crank pin has been worn oval. The crank is mounted in the lathe on the crank centerline so the crank...
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    Heck., put some straps on a Chore Girl copper...

    Heck., put some straps on a Chore Girl copper scrubber and there you go. Sounds like that should work to me.
  17. I recommend you pull in your horns at this point....

    I recommend you pull in your horns at this point.

    Suggesting a jump over to a hobby machinist site is like a fart in church on this forum. And knowing that you also have a thread started on the...
  18. I think too that the greatest probability is that...

    I think too that the greatest probability is that the scales are accurate. The chance of having identical errors is extremely low.

    But it's to the point to think logically about what is "proved"...
  19. No criticism but at least a clarification. ...

    No criticism but at least a clarification. You've proved that the two scales read the same. They could both be accurate or they could both have exactly the same error. To prove that one is...
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    Are you talking about an esthetic surface...

    Are you talking about an esthetic surface treatment as in gun bluing, or are you talking about checking the fit using engineers bluing/marking compound?

    It would be an excellent idea to check the...
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    Mobile lathe too. And you know it's heavy duty...

    Mobile lathe too. And you know it's heavy duty because it's got dualies to truck it around.
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    Denis, Interesting article with good points. ...

    Denis,

    Interesting article with good points. An interesting graph showed diagnosed cases in China and extrapolation of infections earlier in time before cases presented at a hospital. That is,...
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    Steve, The technique my instructor showed us...

    Steve,

    The technique my instructor showed us was to tear cigarette paper into strips (if you're Scotch, whole sheets if not) and place them along the length. Straightedge goes on top just as...
  24. You might try a motor rewind shop for advice or...

    You might try a motor rewind shop for advice or service. I took an older Bridgeport motor to check and they thought the varnish was a little soft so they dipped and baked it for me.
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    You just need to parse the text. It's $500 for...

    You just need to parse the text. It's $500 for the "machine" as-is, but you can pay another $300 to have him put the other parts back on and "ready it for a shop"
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