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    Thanks, I'll leave all that bountiful fecal...

    Thanks, I'll leave all that bountiful fecal matter to you guys. Enjoy!
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    Ask and ye shall receive...(I seem to recall...

    Ask and ye shall receive...(I seem to recall purple was the manufactured leg)

    http://www.mwdropbox.com/dropbox/3phase.jpg

    The critter in question:
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    Fox News, aka 'eat shit a million flies can't be...

    Fox News, aka 'eat shit a million flies can't be wrong.'
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    Somebody please buy this so I don't have to drive...

    Somebody please buy this so I don't have to drive all the way to somevillle. (jim, formerly of winter hill....)
  5. Was my old 9" model A a toy? Maybe but it had...

    Was my old 9" model A a toy? Maybe but it had the WW2 "war production board" tag on it. Suspect it had some use as the crossfeed screw was worn down to sharp V threads in the center from facing...
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    38251, yes. But that almost looks like a 4...

    38251, yes. But that almost looks like a 4 after that, not an "N"?
  7. My progression: a 9" Atlas TH54, then a *really*...

    My progression: a 9" Atlas TH54, then a *really* worn out 9" model A southbend, then an equally worn heavy 10, traded up to a much less worn heavy ten. Then things sorta went non-linear, and lathes...
  8. There's a lot of sage advice being delivered...

    There's a lot of sage advice being delivered here. For your consideration, some more:

    Don't recondition the lathe. Clean it and run it. To see if this is good advice or simply nonsense, please...
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    You don't need a drawbar if your machining...

    You don't need a drawbar if your machining operation allows a center in the part, pushed on by the tailstock. The issue is that any inward radial cutting force will tend to pop your part out of the...
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    Hold it on the straight shank of the 'machinable...

    Hold it on the straight shank of the 'machinable end.' Otherwise put the correct adapter in the spindle of your lathe and put the MT2 directly in that adapter. If the second option, then you MUST...
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    Momma's boy with a gun somebody else bought for...

    Momma's boy with a gun somebody else bought for him. Wets his pants when somebody goes 'boo' at him and shoots them. Walks like a duck quacks like a duck.
  12. Exactly 100 percent efficiency is not tough to...

    Exactly 100 percent efficiency is not tough to come by. No perpetual motion involved though. I've got two of these units in my garage shop right now.
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    That's what she said. Seriously though, you...

    That's what she said.

    Seriously though, you can last three minutes without air. Three days without water. For me these days, probably three MONTHS without food.....
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    Humming bird years....

    Humming bird years....
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    "Me love you LONG time..."

    "Me love you LONG time..."
  16. I can think of one trivial example of a 'machine'...

    I can think of one trivial example of a 'machine' that is indeed exactly 100 percent efficient, and very useful as well. And obeys all the requisite thermodynamic rules!
  17. Somebody correct me if I'm wrong but isn't that...

    Somebody correct me if I'm wrong but isn't that rod driven by a bevel gear further along? It may have been dismantled before and put back on the wrong spot.
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    [QUOTE=SteelrFn;3844410]Next time you are...

    [QUOTE=SteelrFn;3844410]Next time you are stranded at a drive through at McDonalds

    Translation: I WANT MY HAPPY MEAL NOWWWW!!!!

    Jesus you folks are such whiners.
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    One way around the re-start issue is to require...

    One way around the re-start issue is to require more than operation to get the contactor in the power box to re-close. Putting a couple of latching, NC epo buttons in series with the hold-in coil...
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    Evidently no longer for sale...
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    Grand then ain't it. So you have no actual dog...

    Grand then ain't it. So you have no actual dog in this hunt then. Not paying any fees such-like so why the complaints?
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    [QUOTE=D Nelson;3843705]...they need to find new...

    [QUOTE=D Nelson;3843705]...they need to find new revenue streams like garbage and sewer fees.

    Good idea. Move someplace where they don't pick up your garbage, and you have your own septic tank...
  23. I'm often in nj (10566) and would like to make an...

    I'm often in nj (10566) and would like to make an offer on a subset of the tooling. Could eliminate shipping charges. But no longer for sale (?).
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    A suggestion: sell the multispeed atachment (big...

    A suggestion: sell the multispeed atachment (big $$$) and fit a 3 phase motor and VFD to this machine. You won't have to shift belts and you'll not need the extra speed reduction if it's a...
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    Lead bricks in my example were not used for...

    Lead bricks in my example were not used for sheilding, typically used as a tuning mass for vibration damper systems. Cobalt 60 sources have been trouble everywhere, in india there was one scrapped...
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