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    I've had half a dozen drives powered up 24/7 for...

    I've had half a dozen drives powered up 24/7 for almost 30 years at my day job, and have 4 drives in my home shop powered 24/7 for 25 years and they have never had a hiccup. They just sit there,...
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    Do you unplug your microwave or electric range...

    Do you unplug your microwave or electric range every time you leave the house or go to bed...probably not.

    Stuart
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    If you are actually referring to the flat, two...

    If you are actually referring to the flat, two conductor 'lamp cord', I would think twice about using that anywhere other than inside the house, on the light next to your easy chair. A 3 conductor...
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    Interesting. In 1965, I spent 4 days on the USS...

    Interesting. In 1965, I spent 4 days on the USS England, DLG-22. Midnight on the fantail, dropping a bathythermograph into the water and the whole deck was shaking from the screw.

    Stuart
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    How long would you be in business if the bitch...

    How long would you be in business if the bitch 'fended off' all your customers?

    Stuart
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    The pictures tell it all...a worker bee with a...

    The pictures tell it all...a worker bee with a supervisor looking over his shoulder. It might be a great place to work, but not very stimulating...sort of like being a park ranger in Redwoods...
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    A mailman that can't read...sounds like the one I...

    A mailman that can't read...sounds like the one I have!:crazy:

    Stuart
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    I wonder if anyone has been sucked into a machine...

    I wonder if anyone has been sucked into a machine by their dangling ID badge...sure looks scary to me, instant noose!

    Stuart
  9. If you are determined to use the existing 120...

    If you are determined to use the existing 120 volt coil, would it be possible..in the off chance you have pulled a neutral into the line side of the RPC, to use that for a 120 volt supply for the...
  10. I've fiddled with many a small, solid tired...

    I've fiddled with many a small, solid tired machine and they typically have a ground clearance that's measured in RCH's, so a soft pneumatic tire on anything other than a solid surface would probably...
  11. Steve, I'm going to offer the 'unobtanium'...

    Steve,

    I'm going to offer the 'unobtanium' card on finding pneumatic tires for that small machine. I think any surface other than a solid, hard floor is going to be impossible to drive on with a...
  12. You indicate 'pneumatic' which to me means...

    You indicate 'pneumatic' which to me means they're filled with air..right! All the pictures I see for that little forklift show solid rubber tires. Yours must be different.

    Stuart
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    I have absolutely no clear picture of what you're...

    I have absolutely no clear picture of what you're describing so this post may be fake news, but a simple relay with a coil voltage to match your system will allow a simple a NO or NC switch closure...
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    Well...'stewie' probably needs to apologize and...

    Well...'stewie' probably needs to apologize and reply. I'm ancient and don't own a cell phone as I have always felt them to be a mere plaything and a distraction, so I'm probably not qualified to...
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    Exactly...this question would be much better...

    Exactly...this question would be much better answered here!..(C)2021 manicurist. 111402, inc. all rights reserved.

    And thanks. D.Doug for alerting us to this egregious spam...I was about to lose...
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    That's wonderful. Now instead of doing what...

    That's wonderful. Now instead of doing what you're paid to do you can fuck off..read the retard posts on PM, check out some animal porn on YouTube and generally waste a bunch of time. Good for you...
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    e-chain Contact an Expert | igus...

    e-chain Contact an Expert | igus

    Stuart
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    You work on some fun stuff, Mr. Being 'movie'...

    You work on some fun stuff, Mr. Being 'movie' related, I'm betting there is a wide open budget which adds to the 'fun'. Thank you for sharing.

    Stuart
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    John, Thank you..I'll give the linked manual...

    John,

    Thank you..I'll give the linked manual to the folks that own the lathe and they can have lots of fun.

    Stuart
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    19" LeBlond Taper Attachment Operation.

    A historical society near me has a 19 x 60 HD LeBlond lathe with taper attachment. How do you disengage the cross feed screw so the taper attachment will function?

    I'll include a not so great pix...
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    Maybe you should go the other route and shot...

    Maybe you should go the other route and shot blast your dishes...that's what I do! No dish-pan hands for me!

    Stuart
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    I would guess they're angry because Uncle Sam...

    I would guess they're angry because Uncle Sam invaded their country without a proper invitation.

    Stuart
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    Well...this thread seemed to get derailed by...

    Well...this thread seemed to get derailed by folks arguing about the durability of various electronic components, so I'm not 100% sure that my question was answered. I do appreciate some of the...
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    The current system uses a 12 v, 100AH AGM battery...

    The current system uses a 12 v, 100AH AGM battery that will power the conveyor through its required 120 short on-off cycles which last about 15 seconds. There is a smart charger for the battery, but...
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    Thank you. The DC motor is battery powered..but,...

    Thank you. The DC motor is battery powered..but, is controlled through a DC motor controller that has soft start and stop as well as OC protection, E-stop and a bunch of other stuff. It's straight...
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