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  1. I’m not interested in buying, just curious, why...

    I’m not interested in buying, just curious, why does a bank need an air compressor?

    L7
  2. Interesting. Thanks for info. L7

    Interesting. Thanks for info.

    L7
  3. Question for EG, I’m surprised with the huge...

    Question for EG, I’m surprised with the huge benefit of flu shots that the Chinese authorities would charge anything for them. For most people in Canada they are free.
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    Sweet! I’m interested in hearing how well the...

    Sweet!

    I’m interested in hearing how well the dust/coolant fog extraction works in a small space.

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  5. Americans have said ‘screw you’ repeatedly to the...

    Americans have said ‘screw you’ repeatedly to the Canadian lumber industry that was playing fair. Perhaps higher prices are what you deserve. Or you could play fair?

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  6. Does ebay still offer any advantage to a seller...

    Does ebay still offer any advantage to a seller like you? Seems you have a pretty good platform right here...

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    Looks remarkably similar to my (not broken)...

    Looks remarkably similar to my (not broken) Startrite 24” vertical saw. Unfortunately Startrite’s prices for parts are even worse than DoAll’s....

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    I’m not going to offer any engineering advice as...

    I’m not going to offer any engineering advice as I’m not an engineer (and I did hire one for a similar project in my garage) but would suggest careful placement within your structure. I thought long...
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    That is a beautiful appearing older lathe....

    That is a beautiful appearing older lathe. Unfortunately, you would be incredibly lucky in Western Canada to get any where near $6000 for a 100 year old lathe. Reality is that it is not rare, it is...
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    The lathes that are already in my shop who’s...

    The lathes that are already in my shop who’s quirks I’m familiar with.

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    (A good condition DS+G 17T, a Rivett 1020F, and an Okuma/Don Yang LS would be welcome though...)
  11. I’m in awe of a used mill with 50 millionths...

    I’m in awe of a used mill with 50 millionths runout.

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  12. Yes, my Deckel FP2 and FP3L vertical heads have...

    Yes, my Deckel FP2 and FP3L vertical heads have this. According to manual it is standard.

    Never used it...

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    No worries... L7

    No worries...

    L7
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    Sure at $10.. PM about to be sent... L7

    Sure at $10.. PM about to be sent...

    L7
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    Water drainage as well? L7

    Water drainage as well?

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    Larry is not yelling, he is merely pointing out...

    Larry is not yelling, he is merely pointing out that discussion of Atlas lathes is banned by the owner of PM. Don’s site, his rules.

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    Well, when I was a kid we also had a Fiat, but at...

    Well, when I was a kid we also had a Fiat, but at least it was the beautiful powered (kinda) roller skate 850 Sports Spider, and not a 124. Fully lived up to its name Fix it again Tony...

    Still...
  18. I’m all for quiet machines, but much more...

    I’m all for quiet machines, but much more important is cutting stability and efficiency. For the machines I run (only up to 10hp manual, no CNC) I need to be able to hear how the tool is working. So...
  19. Have a local T and C grind shop that could...

    Have a local T and C grind shop that could cheaply modify a 1.125” carbide tip annular cutter?

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    Thanks EG for the link. Had no idea one firm...

    Thanks EG for the link. Had no idea one firm worked recently on so many 1930’s Alfa 8C’s. Saw three of em a few years ago early one morning climbing Kicking Horse pass. And not at posted speed...
  21. Separate spindle and feed motor? Once you use...

    Separate spindle and feed motor?

    Once you use it, I’d be curious about your opinion vs Deckel FP2’s.

    (Always good when your wife smiles when she sees your purchases!)

    L7
  22. I’m not in favour of peening the bottom of a...

    I’m not in favour of peening the bottom of a table either, but to be clear it was a professional with decades of machine rebuilding experience who taught me that technique.

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  23. Halcohead, if you have the time, could you post...

    Halcohead, if you have the time, could you post pics, or links to pics, of new style 1020F tailstock?

    Thanks very much for the pics you posted at the start of this thread!

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    Sticky: To some extent I agree with Garwood. I’m not a...

    To some extent I agree with Garwood. I’m not a pro machinist, although I occasionally make some cash from my shop. I come here for knowledge from experts, or at least people who have hard won...
  25. Thread: Rivett 1020S

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    I looked it up, just out of curiosity. Suggest,...

    I looked it up, just out of curiosity. Suggest, if interested, the OP do a Google search for truck wreckers and rotators. I found four companies in Moscow, and more nearby. Just got to think a little...
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