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    I have a large collection of speed indicators...

    I have a large collection of speed indicators that counted revolutions. The Stewart Warner, however, is basically the same as a dash mounted tach and uses a spinning magnet as best as I can...
  2. Yeah low batteries can trigger odd things in...

    Yeah low batteries can trigger odd things in newer cars. We don't drive our 2014 Buick Encore very often and when I went to exercise it a few weeks ago the battery was dead. A quick jump and she was...
  3. I don't think I have ever heard one that wasn't...

    I don't think I have ever heard one that wasn't fairly loud. The commercial dust collector units use large diameter hoses and are somewhat quieter but your small blast cabinet is probably set up for...
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    World's oldest micrometer video

    I don't think this has been posted here. I'm sure our resident collectors will be interested. Dennis

    World's Oldest Micrometer - 1776! Who made this thing?? - YouTube
  5. I'm thinking an auger is going to jam. Chip...

    I'm thinking an auger is going to jam. Chip conveyors are typically small belt systems. I know you are across the country but here is a beautiful 3" wide conveyor for $16 at HGR in Cleveland. Small...
  6. Hmm, I have never been to an auction where the...

    Hmm, I have never been to an auction where the price wasn't known. How could it not be known, you are right there and they are calling it out, even if it is a phone or Internet bid. Are you talking...
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    Well, I've done hundreds of such flares with no...

    Well, I've done hundreds of such flares with no problems. AS mentioned, the flaring tool must be for stainless. The floor mounted, motor driven flaring machine we used for all critical work used a...
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    Thanks for the suggestions. I don't know about...

    Thanks for the suggestions. I don't know about the certified crates. U-Line has a good selection, and even HGR has a few in stock that may work. Meanwhile the buyer located a shipper with a good...
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    OT Best way to ship tool from US to UK

    I have a machine I would like to ship to the UK. I can box everything in a 24" x 16" x 26" crate that weighs 200 lbs. FedEx quoted over $1200 to ship economy. Packages that exceed 150 lbs go in their...
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    Although I am a big fan of the Sanfords, there...

    Although I am a big fan of the Sanfords, there are several small British grinders that may be easier to buy. The Herbert Junior, the Eagle and the Superior are very nice machines with small...
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    You also have to have cookies enabled in order to...

    You also have to have cookies enabled in order to browse more then 5 items, I think. It will not search for the next item until you enable. They are very sensitive about some things. I pick up items...
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    Whew, what a lot of hand work! An amazing amount...

    Whew, what a lot of hand work! An amazing amount of effort to mark, drill, ream, sleeve, and re-ream all those holes. You would think they could have powered the final reaming since it was in the...
  13. I'm a British car guy and appreciate the do it...

    I'm a British car guy and appreciate the do it yourself route. But don't the replacement tie rod ends come as a complete unit?

    Any way, if you have access to the standard inner tie rod end removal...
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    It sounds like you are getting good beads all the...

    It sounds like you are getting good beads all the way into the filter? That shouldn't be happening. Do you have a reclaimer in the system? It does a good job of collecting the beads and allowing only...
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    I think PriddyShitty has it right. The doors are...

    I think PriddyShitty has it right. The doors are the weak point. Some manufacturers even offer a trough on the side under the door to catch what falls out, but then you have to clean the trough. The...
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    It is, however, thermoplastic and easily formed....

    It is, however, thermoplastic and easily formed. When I built my counter tops from Corian in 1989 you could still request all the necessary handbooks from DuPont (now you have to be a certified...
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    This early wind tunnel is actually tunnel #2, the...

    This early wind tunnel is actually tunnel #2, the Variable Density Tunnel. It looks like a boiler because it is one (sort of)! To understand better, if you test a 1/20 scale model, the Reynolds...
  18. The slot is just to hold the shaft while you...

    The slot is just to hold the shaft while you loosen the outer flange (left handed). There is no taper, the wheel just slides on the 1/2" shaft. You could make an adapter to 1 1/4" but the machine...
  19. There really isn't any spindle adapter. Just an...

    There really isn't any spindle adapter. Just an inner flange and a 1/2"-13 - LH threaded outer flange to tighten against the wheel. The wheel fits directly on the 1/2" shaft. No need to balance 4"...
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    Really nice looking grinder! If you can post your...

    Really nice looking grinder! If you can post your serial number I will add it to the Sanford database. My history of the company and the machines is at:

    http://www.lathes.co.uk/sanford/
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  21. It was made in 1946. Larry has already posted a...

    It was made in 1946. Larry has already posted a link to the history of the Sanford grinders I wrote. It appears to be in original condition, it has the original spindle with the oiler, many were...
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    That's the way the Sanford electric chuck...

    That's the way the Sanford electric chuck operates, rectified 110 volts. Dennis
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    It is a Builders Iron Foundry grinder. I have...

    It is a Builders Iron Foundry grinder. I have photos of several models.

    Dennis
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    It's an Eagle, probably a Mk2. ...

    It's an Eagle, probably a Mk2. http://www.lathes.co.uk/eagle/


    Dennis
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    JTS Machinery sells a 1" MT3 end mill holder. I...

    JTS Machinery sells a 1" MT3 end mill holder. I have one, it is a real beast. Part number MT3-1, $22.00. (440) 951-2138 Every Tuesday is 10% off. No affiliation, just a customer.

    Dennis
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