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    Store them with the die. Tom

    Store them with the die.

    Tom
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    Do they need to? Tom

    Do they need to?

    Tom
  3. About the only way I know of to get cured RTV off...

    About the only way I know of to get cured RTV off is mechanical. If you can tolerate the damage, an electric wire brush is the fastest.

    There are a number of chemicals that will attack silicone,...
  4. Connect 240 to X1 and X4. Connect X2 and X3...

    Connect 240 to X1 and X4. Connect X2 and X3 together. Between X1 and X2,X3 you will get 120 volts. Same with X4 and X2,X3. Each individual secondary winding is rated at 12.5 amps (3000/240). ...
  5. I would go with the collection agency. I had a...

    I would go with the collection agency. I had a problem with a customer until I mentioned collections and magically things changed.

    Tom
  6. There may be a problem with the enterlock if the...

    There may be a problem with the enterlock if the breaker was in the off position. Some may require that the handle be moved to the reset position for it to be disabled.

    Tom
  7. I take it from your absence of a reply that the...

    I take it from your absence of a reply that the additional pins was ridiculous. Ok, since we are brain storming, put cam blocks on the hot side plate that engages the cavity plate (do I have that...
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    I use the paper trick, then ease the wheel down...

    I use the paper trick, then ease the wheel down until I scratch layout or magic marker. Tom
  9. We called them pecker pins. So add two more...

    We called them pecker pins. So add two more pins.

    Tom
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    I'll bite, what is banda_precision? Tom

    I'll bite, what is banda_precision?

    Tom
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    Bigger catch basin and a oil filter and...

    Bigger catch basin and a oil filter and recirculate system. Bast of both worlds.

    Tom
  12. Not a mold builder, but what strikes me as a...

    Not a mold builder, but what strikes me as a solution is a pancake cylinder of the same diameter as the lock cylinder positioned to be in alignment with the opposite lock cylinder. Put the cylinders...
  13. If you want accuracy use a sine plate. Tom

    If you want accuracy use a sine plate.

    Tom
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    As a customer I wouldn't care what the media...

    As a customer I wouldn't care what the media looks like, I would want to know what the finished part would be like.

    Tom
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    I thought the monsters were the ones where the...

    I thought the monsters were the ones where the operator rode in a carriage attached to the saddle.

    Tom
  16. By no means. You would just have to have a logic...

    By no means. You would just have to have a logic controller that senses voltage and phase angle of the generated leg, that as conditions change, be able to switch in and out balancing capacitors and...
  17. Your not married with kids are you? Tom

    Your not married with kids are you?

    Tom
  18. What do you need a fuel pump for? Gravity feed....

    What do you need a fuel pump for? Gravity feed.

    Tom
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    I concede to 29.6.1 for POWER wire and yes, the...

    I concede to 29.6.1 for POWER wire and yes, the opening statement was about 8 and 10 ga. I was thinking about the control wire. The next point is for field wiring (customer) connectors. Here the...
  20. I agree with kk, from your description, its one...

    I agree with kk, from your description, its one rust spot chasing another. Heating will not clean out the rust. In this case you probably will need to cut away all the rust and replace with good...
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    I don't believe U/L has anything to say in this...

    I don't believe U/L has anything to say in this area. They go by temperature tests. The old JIC standards did require a minimum of 14 ga, but that is the only one I am aware of. I don't think I...
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    Connect it to 240 and see how it operates. Check...

    Connect it to 240 and see how it operates. Check the motor current.

    Tom
  23. Out of curiosity, how does the classic solid...

    Out of curiosity, how does the classic solid base/jaw Bridgeport vise work?

    Tom
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    Quite honestly, I have never seen a motor fail...

    Quite honestly, I have never seen a motor fail from loose laminations, or for that matter loose windings. For a motor to be U/L listed for class H or other high temperature insulation systems, not...
  25. A solution to this problem I have found is that...

    A solution to this problem I have found is that the stationary jaw is more rigid than the moving or can be made so. Register the work against the stationary jaw and vice bed, then place something...
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