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    truing a collet chuck on an L00 spindle

    Hello all, I bought a 5C collet chuck and L00 backplate from ebay. I don't expect perfection obviously, but surprisingly, the quality of both pieces appears pretty good. I machined down the backplate...
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    TC, did you try [email protected] for parts? Jim

    TC, did you try [email protected] for parts? Jim
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    Really nice job on that cover Brian. Post some...

    Really nice job on that cover Brian. Post some more pictures of the whole machine. Jim
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    JRD, your post will provide a valuable reference...

    JRD, your post will provide a valuable reference to someone with the same or similar problem in the future.Jim
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    that would really booger up some poor fool in...

    that would really booger up some poor fool in 2094 trying to find parts for it on the practical machinist 10.0 website wouldn't it...
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    RIP Mr. Kull, I bought plates for my 10L a long...

    RIP Mr. Kull, I bought plates for my 10L a long time ago, had only a little conversation with him. Wish I had more... Sad news. Jim
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    I couldn't help thinking that the small shrine on...

    I couldn't help thinking that the small shrine on the end of the engine was there in memory of someone who got careless... Thanks for posting Paul, seeing old technology still in everyday use is like...
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    Hi Mac, I meant no offence when I suggested using...

    Hi Mac, I meant no offence when I suggested using the poor man's mill, it sort of comes down to using what you have to get it done. If you have a shaper I would think that actually would be a perfect...
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    If you go the movers dolly route be very careful...

    If you go the movers dolly route be very careful relative to the center of gravity of what you are moving. Avoid the horrible freight ones as the 1000 lb. rating is highly optimistic. The base with...
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    or the poor mans mill, a hacksaw and a file...

    or the poor mans mill, a hacksaw and a file...
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    Do you have access to the machine? (as ,is it in...

    Do you have access to the machine? (as ,is it in a garage that you can pull up to?) If so you might consider renting or borrowing a truck and seeing if the local rental place has a dropdeck trailer....
  12. Thanks Jim, that was a great video. I wish it had...

    Thanks Jim, that was a great video. I wish it had gone on longer though, I would have liked to see more of the bones of his projects... Jim
  13. would casting your own be an option? YouTube...

    would casting your own be an option? YouTube Jim
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    mwill, using the info above have you looked on...

    mwill, using the info above have you looked on your local craigslist and or facebook marketplace? sometimes good deals can be found there also. Jim
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    if she was british she might say "crikey,thats a...

    if she was british she might say "crikey,thats a big un"...
  16. That is what I asked originally thinking the op...

    That is what I asked originally thinking the op thought cast material was forged and I was somewhat confused by his answer.
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    What was with the flame coming out of the upper...

    What was with the flame coming out of the upper part of the head on that 8 valve motor? Wouldn't having to wear asbestos pants get a little itchy? Jim
  18. Are you intending on forging that lump of cast...

    Are you intending on forging that lump of cast material? What alloy is can material anyway? Just curious. Jim
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    and if things don't work out with Daughty, you...

    and if things don't work out with Daughty, you might post over here: Forums -

    The Home Shop Machinist & Machinist's Workshop Magazine's BBS
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    well then, lets see a picture of you with your...

    well then, lets see a picture of you with your lathe...
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    JST, I wondered how that worked. Were the fly...

    JST, I wondered how that worked. Were the fly weights connected to a screw mechanism? Jim
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    Interesting look at another part of the world....

    Interesting look at another part of the world. Listening to Mr. Capelli I couldn't help but think of the Godfather; "wheres Guido?" He sleeps with the fishes... I liked his wall mounted drill press....
  23. Well i'm glad I wasn't the only one to almost...

    Well i'm glad I wasn't the only one to almost mistake the communal sink for a urinal...
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    Great thread as usual Doc. You must have a heck...

    Great thread as usual Doc. You must have a heck of a memory. Jim
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    I think that would be the "listo de craiggori"...

    I think that would be the "listo de craiggori" over there wouldn't it?
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