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  1. Plus one for that. ^^^^^ Making the rod to...

    Plus one for that. ^^^^^

    Making the rod to piston tight can make a problem when the nut is tightened and burrs the piston enough to lock it to the rod. I have worked on hundreds of cyls and have...
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    Rogertoolmaker, you have this backward. The...

    Rogertoolmaker, you have this backward. The "constant" is the internal thread created by the tap, the H numbers being minor compared to the male thread minimum and maximum sizes.

    An example is...
  3. Oven cleaner? May not work well on aluminum. ...

    Oven cleaner? May not work well on aluminum.

    Ed.
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    After reading this all I can figure is, paranoia....

    After reading this all I can figure is, paranoia. Seriously.

    Donie, get some help.

    Thermite is a pain sometimes but only mildly delusional.

    Ed.
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    Onesie twosies its a CNC lathe with a broach...

    Onesie twosies its a CNC lathe with a broach style tool.

    Ed.
  6. Did you watch the vid?? Typical DRY Brit humor. ...

    Did you watch the vid?? Typical DRY Brit humor.

    Ed.
  7. Loved the irony. Ed.

    Loved the irony.

    Ed.
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    If this is on the surface that seals against the...

    If this is on the surface that seals against the rod then use a -1xx series as BoxcarPete said. A -2xx series(1/8 CS) would overfill because of the shallow depth. Most pistons use a simple chamfer...
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    A listing I have shows pins A through N used in...

    A listing I have shows pins A through N used in this order:
    A+
    A-
    B+
    B-
    Z+
    Z-
    COMM1
    COMM2
    COMM4
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    It's always worked for me. I use a needle nose...

    It's always worked for me. I use a needle nose plier to pull out the core if it does not fall out. Worst case you pull the cutter and knock it out through the back.

    Ed.
  11. Yer jest trolling us, ain't ya??? Ed.

    Yer jest trolling us, ain't ya???

    Ed.
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    Find the manuals. Every different kind of control...

    Find the manuals. Every different kind of control operates differently.
    What control? Where is previous operator? Can he teach you?

    Ed.
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    I think I know what happened. On the last move...

    I think I know what happened. On the last move the machine wants to go to the end of the line you have programmed not allowing for any tangent points.
    Did the cutter appear to go half its diameter...
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    Gary is the one with the problem. When I was...

    Gary is the one with the problem.

    When I was first learning G code and cutter comp I made the mistake of putting G40 before the Z clearance move. As the cutter was rising to the clearance it was...
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    Make sure your G40 is after the Z clearance move....

    Make sure your G40 is after the Z clearance move.

    Ed.
  16. That's a lot of it. If you have tubes, vacuum out...

    That's a lot of it. If you have tubes, vacuum out what you can and leave it. If it is tubeless it is a different story entirely. Tubeless need the level above the high point of the steel rim, 90%...
  17. Sounds to me like he misplaced a decimal point....

    Sounds to me like he misplaced a decimal point.
    Point out the difference in ease of measuring for inspection and the time it takes, maybe he will get a hint.

    Ed.
  18. Mcmaster.com has " tubular heat elements ".

    Mcmaster.com has " tubular heat elements ".
  19. Thread: Fanuc 6T

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    WHEW!! PLEASE put a smiley after a statement like...

    WHEW!! PLEASE put a smiley after a statement like that! Scared the heck out of me! I tried using G4's for cleaning chips with a hook ONE time, didn't go as planned.

    Ed.
  20. Thread: Fanuc 6T

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    Somebody else runs the program and does not time...

    Somebody else runs the program and does not time it right, injury at best, death at worst. Never ever put your hands in a machine with a timed pause.

    Are you stupid???

    Ed.
  21. Using the threads to hold the parts for welding I...

    Using the threads to hold the parts for welding I presume? Should work well. I do enough of them that I made a jig to hold a rod and eye in position without bothering with the tapping.

    Ed.
  22. Thread: Cutter grinder

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    Is there a moderator in the house? Ed.

    Is there a moderator in the house?

    Ed.
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    I think you misunderstood me. Don't make the part...

    I think you misunderstood me. Don't make the part much stronger than the original as then it will take out a much more expensive part. Leave it alone, it is the fuse.

    Ed.
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    Overkill means something more expensive breaks...

    Overkill means something more expensive breaks next time. You need a fuse in the system. Make it a cheaper part.

    Ed.
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    Just about any farm store can get parts like...

    Just about any farm store can get parts like this. What model is it? I have a catalog.

    Ed.
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