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    Apparently here appears to be some recirculating...

    Apparently here appears to be some recirculating taking place. If I clean the filters, I can fill a 5 gallon pail almost 80% + to the top. Still not quite clean enough. That's at the end of a shift....
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    Useful life of glass beads

    Cleaning gobs of screws in an automated Guyson t 50. Need to load an unload of course. Machine runs for 3 shifts, so it can run for 20 or so hours a day when in use.

    What is the life expectancy of...
  3. Do a real web search. I can think of three in...

    Do a real web search. I can think of three in the Northeast. Got to be some closer to you.
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    I had a similar problem with my SB Turn nado. ...

    I had a similar problem with my SB Turn nado. Coworker welded ribs alone the axis of the shaft. Sheave hub was cleaned up. Key slots repaired to original size. OD of the shaft was turned for a...
  5. Why not make your own...surely will cost...

    Why not make your own...surely will cost less...unless you have time constraints.
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    Grub screws are slotted set screws. Most of the...

    Grub screws are slotted set screws. Most of the set screws we see now take Allen keys, although there have been some that look like Allen screws but have splines as well.

    One large clock...
  7. I think several Browne & Sharpe would fit the...

    I think several Browne & Sharpe would fit the catagory.
  8. I call it the plague if the iphone. Don't have...

    I call it the plague if the iphone. Don't have one, but every photo I put on the web doesn't need fixing.
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    I had to enter through the history link from a...

    I had to enter through the history link from a couple of days ago. Othewise bookmark gets gibberish as in post #1.

    I bet this is not the only site with this message. I also wonder why there is a...
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    WD 40 & a match works VERY well, but you have to...

    WD 40 & a match works VERY well, but you have to use it with caution, of course. I remember years ago there was a nest in a hay baler that was idle & had no hay in it. It helped to have that red...
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    I hear that now there are solid state switches to...

    I hear that now there are solid state switches to replace the centrifugal switches, but are mounted on the end of the motor.
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    There are tools...some of which do both sides at...

    There are tools...some of which do both sides at once & have a guard. They have two hardened or carbide discs that are dragged along the edge. Or use a file, or belt sander or a Dunabrade tool (small...
  13. That gap is adjustable until you run out of...

    That gap is adjustable until you run out of adjustment. I suspect a thicker bed knife will make it work for a while.
  14. I've got both machines, reel sharpener, & bed...

    I've got both machines, reel sharpener, & bed knife grinder. I've looked for a long time for directions on how to use them.

    Still looking...

    Fate Root Heath...Ideal...
  15. if you don't mind going to Worcester, B & V...

    if you don't mind going to Worcester, B & V Grinding might be able to help.
  16. I used automotive valve grinding compound the...

    I used automotive valve grinding compound the last time I did it. medium grit worked ok, but if you want to do it twice & then use a finer grit, that would work too.
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    I had the 6" USA made (120?) Starretts, and wore...

    I had the 6" USA made (120?) Starretts, and wore the jaws & nibs out in a sheet metal shop inside of 5 years. Having them repaired, was only temporary.

    Next time I got Starrett's 721 with...
  18. Try methylene chloride based carburetor cleaner. ...

    Try methylene chloride based carburetor cleaner. NAPA, GUNK, etc. they cut all kinds of nasty dirt. Even baked on oil from old internal engine parts. Aluminum is relatively safe too because that...
  19. Now whe have to ask, CCH. These tools in...

    Now whe have to ask, CCH. These tools in addition to having a very attractive finish, all now have their surface hardened as opposed to a full heat treat. Advantages/disadvantages? Got to rmember...
  20. IRC, Starrett V blocks too. Last Word...

    IRC, Starrett V blocks too. Last Word indicators, already mentioned. And lots of the indicator mounting hardware.
  21. Often where a plastic gear was used in the photo...

    Often where a plastic gear was used in the photo processing industry, "D" shaped openings were pretty standard on gears & shafts had a mating feature.
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    a few years back I ran across a similar question...

    a few years back I ran across a similar question and did find an answer. Not one you want to hear though. The minimum quantity was 3000 lbs of HSS or they weren't interested.
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    IRC, Machinery's Handbook may have popular...

    IRC, Machinery's Handbook may have popular electric frame "mounts" dimensions.
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    If you are going to punch one hole at a time, the...

    If you are going to punch one hole at a time, the punch would be well served to have a locating projection. If the size of the part allows it, and if the device you're using has the power to do...
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    Send an email to [email protected] He has helped...

    Send an email to [email protected] He has helped me before.
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