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    Not using them for machines, but for marking...

    Not using them for machines, but for marking metal and lumber ends for id. A few squirts and I'm done. Rattle cans are WAY faster than any other way.
  2. My favorites are B&S dials and Mitu digitals.

    My favorites are B&S dials and Mitu digitals.
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    I used to like the Rustoleum rattle cans, but I...

    I used to like the Rustoleum rattle cans, but I hate the new cans that will spray upside down. There's no way to clear out the nozzle and feed tube to avoid clogging.. I can remove the nozzle and...
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    A question: I know focal length is from the objet...

    A question: I know focal length is from the objet to the lens, but do one's eyes need to be any specific distance from the lens also? I have a 5D optivisor I use for engraving, but it requires me to...
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    adh - if you get no takers here, you might try...

    adh - if you get no takers here, you might try the OWWM site.

    Old Woodworking Machines - Index page
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    I have one of these and love it, they are great...

    I have one of these and love it, they are great little saws, and thats a very good price. Very smooth and accurate, great for cutting tiny stuff.

    They use a strange system to secure the blade...
  7. If you really want to find what the market will...

    If you really want to find what the market will pay, and don't want to wait for ever, the .99 cent auctions are the way to go.
  8. Yes, I googled also and came up empty handed. I...

    Yes, I googled also and came up empty handed. I understood your comment, but it made me wonder what the big boys do. My guess would be some sort of airless / air-assist. That seems to be very...
  9. What do the auto manufacturers use?

    What do the auto manufacturers use?
  10. My take-away from the that older discussion is...

    My take-away from the that older discussion is that the berings can handle higher speed, it's the feed train that might suffer. But if you speeded up the spindle and kept in the low feed range,...
  11. No interest? Too expensive or does no one...

    No interest?

    Too expensive or does no one weld up their own blades anymore?
  12. I have a 17" Regal round head (probably 50's?)...

    I have a 17" Regal round head (probably 50's?) and my top speed is 614 rpm, so I wouldn't consider 650 really "pushing it". I've had the same idea of using a vfd to crank it up faster, but most of...
  13. I have to disagree here. I knew both Sam and Jim...

    I have to disagree here. I knew both Sam and Jim quite well, and while I liked them and their work, I never thought it was particularly fine or sophisticated. My idea of fine furniture is the...
  14. I can't answer your question, but you might want...

    I can't answer your question, but you might want to ask on this forum, lots of pros there
    WOODWEB's Finishing Forum - Message Index

    That SATA is a nice gun, I use several of their minijet...
  15. I tried to cut a puck on the lathe, and it seemed...

    I tried to cut a puck on the lathe, and it seemed to be abrasive as hell, just ate the hss tooling right up. Nasty stuff, run away fast!
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    Thanks, that's what I was hoping. edit: Found...

    Thanks, that's what I was hoping.

    edit: Found one on ebay for $4
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    Why are the older hardbacks superior to the newer...

    Why are the older hardbacks superior to the newer paperbacks?
  18. Sold, thanks Jim

    Sold, thanks Jim
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    I like these, anyone know where to get them in...

    I like these, anyone know where to get them in the US?
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    Are you looking for anything specific?

    Are you looking for anything specific?
  21. Thanks for the replies, 5052 or 3003 it will be!

    Thanks for the replies, 5052 or 3003 it will be!
  22. Still available

    Still available
  23. Best alum alloy for bending up an enclosure

    I need to make bend up small (12" x 12" x 5") box to hold small cnc router control stuff. Wondering what grade will be easiest to bend. and still not too gooey to mill and drill cutouts?

    Don't...
  24. Lenox bandsaw stock 100' coil - Neo 1/2 x .025 10 tpi $60

    I have more of these than I can ever use. Brand new 100' coils of Lenox Neo carbon steel, hard back bladestock. 1/2" x .025" 10 tpi. $60 + shipping. They will fit in a Priority Mail medium flat...
  25. Bill, it's been 40 years since I had mine out,...

    Bill, it's been 40 years since I had mine out, can't remember. Seems like it should be a left hand thread, but if no one confirms it for you here, these guys would surely be able to help.

    Old...
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