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  1. Seems like an awfully small transformer for a...

    Seems like an awfully small transformer for a lathe motor load.

    Tom
  2. Thread: My shop

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    Where's the rest of the stuff? Tom

    Where's the rest of the stuff?

    Tom
  3. Thread: Tarrifs

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    Surely you jest! Tom

    Surely you jest!

    Tom
  4. Thread: Recession?

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    For you stock market whizz's, tell us about...

    For you stock market whizz's, tell us about golden and death crosses.

    Tom
  5. Thread: Recession?

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    Whoever decides he/she has the biggest star. ...

    Whoever decides he/she has the biggest star.

    Tom
  6. Spam pure and simple. Tom

    Spam pure and simple.

    Tom
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    Is this a long control line as in 20-30 feet from...

    Is this a long control line as in 20-30 feet from the contactor? If so then the resistance and capacitance of the wires have to be taken into account. A good introduction to calculate the size...
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    Aw yes, warm beer, cold pizza. Good times. Tom

    Aw yes, warm beer, cold pizza. Good times.

    Tom
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    You guys were in a hair breadth of that being...

    You guys were in a hair breadth of that being your native language.

    Tom
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    The model for this forum? YouTube...

    The model for this forum?

    YouTube

    Tom
  11. Most of the ones I have seen use caps to both...

    Most of the ones I have seen use caps to both start the RPC and balance the voltages. Yes, a simple three phase motor will supply three phase power but there will be a degree of unbalance. This...
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    Several thoughts about this. First, I don't know...

    Several thoughts about this. First, I don't know what the machines and processes in use were capable of. Maybe what was on the print was the best that could be held on production basis. Otherwise...
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    The depth of the thread isn't as important as the...

    The depth of the thread isn't as important as the pitch diameter. To measure that you can use either the three wire method or a thread micrometer. To check a tapered pipe thread you will need a...
  14. Thread: Recession?

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    I don't think so. Tom

    I don't think so.

    Tom
  15. I quickly went through most of the references,...

    I quickly went through most of the references, they all basically say the same thing. However, there was one little pearl of knowledge that has been brought up occasionally that is worth noting,...
  16. JST I need you!

    I would like someone like JST to explain how the circuit functions. Clearly the video did not show any components or circuit diagram. I noticed that when the motor was running unloaded that the...
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    Cheaper just to buy the whole shop and move in...

    Cheaper just to buy the whole shop and move in next door.

    Tom
  18. We've given out comments and advise. For the...

    We've given out comments and advise. For the sake of the respondents here please build one of the transformer convertors and tell us how well it works.

    Tom
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    If it gets too fast, you don't have time to...

    If it gets too fast, you don't have time to think.

    Tom
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    I like the part at the end where it is stated...

    I like the part at the end where it is stated that if the machining tolerances are followed, the weight will not be correct. The weight is checked after all the machining is done. It is up to the...
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    Department of Labor rule for salaried workers. ...

    Department of Labor rule for salaried workers.

    Highlights of the Final Rule on Overtime Eligibility for White Collar Employees | U.S. Department of Labor

    Q. What is “overtime”?

    Unless...
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    Being exempt works both ways. Being hourly...

    Being exempt works both ways.

    Being hourly means that you are paid when you work and not when you don't. Need time off to go to the doctor? No pay. Need to got to the latrine? Don't spend too...
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    I have a similar situation. I have a wet grinder...

    I have a similar situation. I have a wet grinder that sits for months at a time. I use TRIM E206 that I cut to 5-7%. There is no odor or smell problem, no growth in the coolant and best of all, NO...
  24. What before you get too critical of manufacturers...

    What before you get too critical of manufacturers stockpiles, these are businesses that try to anticipate normal demand. This is not normal. Perhaps you have a few extra machines, tools and...
  25. Thread: Recession?

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    But just remember that old adage: Its only worth...

    But just remember that old adage: Its only worth what someone is will to pay for. No buyers, no value.

    Tom
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