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  1. Some one talked about the oil getting hot, that...

    Some one talked about the oil getting hot, that is definitely not the problem, it was barely warm to the touch and the oil system was flushed thinking it was a sticky valve and a new 55 gallons of...
  2. Yan Wo, No my shop is not air conditioned. ...

    Yan Wo, No my shop is not air conditioned.

    Fish On, Those electrical readings were all from leg to ground.
    So when there is no load on the made up leg it shows 237 volts, when I turn the shear on...
  3. I gotcha diggerdoug, I'm trying to keep my guys...

    I gotcha diggerdoug, I'm trying to keep my guys with sheared parts and press braking them, I'm not sure how to spray Freon out of can, but definately an idea.

    I do have a infrared gun, so that is...
  4. Okay, diggerdoug, the phase converter motor is...

    Okay, diggerdoug, the phase converter motor is running 97 degrees F .

    Shane, I just checked output legs on the phase converter, made up phase is running 237 volts and the shop power is running at...
  5. So I just went back out there after letting it...

    So I just went back out there after letting it sit for 15 minutes and I got it to cycle for one cut, I touched the oil tank, control valve, pump and motor, the motor was by far the warmest, however...
  6. So I ran the shear for a 1/2 hr today and now I'm...

    So I ran the shear for a 1/2 hr today and now I'm dead in the water until tomorrow.
  7. I ended up having the power company put in a new...

    I ended up having the power company put in a new transformer because the old one on the pole wasn't putting out enough voltage, it was dropping down to 116 volts, the new one as of 4 years ago runs...
  8. Shane, yes I'm running a rotary phase converter.

    Shane, yes I'm running a rotary phase converter.
  9. Atomarc, after the work was done it worked fine,...

    Atomarc, after the work was done it worked fine, the temperature got colder and it didn't show back up until the next summer, that's when I did the cleaner and then changed the oil.
    when it starts...
  10. GreggSY Yes, a couple grand spent not including...

    GreggSY Yes, a couple grand spent not including the oil change I did and I still has the same problem.
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    Most people may know this but I'd like to share,...

    Most people may know this but I'd like to share, DO NOT DRILL RUSTY STEEL, take a few minutes to grind the rust off or you'll dull out a new bit.
    This is also true for band saw blades to some degree...
  12. Scottl I have not tried blowing cold on it.

    Scottl I have not tried blowing cold on it.
  13. Atom Arc, no, it does not have a light curtain.

    Atom Arc, no, it does not have a light curtain.
  14. AtomArc I dont remember the names of the valves,...

    AtomArc I dont remember the names of the valves, but there were 2 pcs. $ 1200.00 worth not including labor, then they sold me a cleaner to add to the old oil to cycle through the shear prior to doing...
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    Shane Harmon, would you look at a post I have in...

    Shane Harmon, would you look at a post I have in the General section, I have problems with my accurshear.
  16. Shear wont run when it gets hot outside.

    I have a 1989 Accurshear 25010, meaning it will shear 10' of 1/4" plate.
    I've been plagued with this problem since I bought it used from Roush Racing 5 or so years now.
    The problem is that when it...
  17. Thanks for the replies, I'm going to look at the...

    Thanks for the replies, I'm going to look at the Bronco Rankin Rod.
  18. So where and what kind of rod is this, what is...

    So where and what kind of rod is this, what is the process used to apply it... I'm open to suggestions.
  19. Welding Carbide chips to give grapple teeth friction

    Okay guys, I'm working on an attachment of a front loader at a junk yard, this attachment has forks on it, the operator comes up to the front of the car after the hood is removed, the forks sit on...
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    This dorm is not owned by the city, however, its...

    This dorm is not owned by the city, however, its the city inspector that made them get it inspected, so they are aware of the issue.
    I don't need to make any stories up, I told them it needs more...
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    Definitely consult a structural engineer, when we...

    Definitely consult a structural engineer, when we have set steel/ HVAC units at the University of Michigan buildings, we sometimes have to drive Crane / Manlifts over the steam tunnels, so I install...
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    Scottl..., all valid points, as soon as you do...

    Scottl..., all valid points, as soon as you do the least amount of work, you own the liability of it.

    DMF, I agree, the bolt just inside the masonry sometimes is thinner than a pencil while the...
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    Hobbyman, that might be there plan. Good idea ???

    Hobbyman, that might be there plan. Good idea ???
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    They called me back asking what I can do, they...

    They called me back asking what I can do, they are going to shut the dorm down for 4 years and they just need enough until the kids get out..., so they don't want the big job done..., so what happens...
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    johfoster, 5" x 5" is not overkill, this column...

    johfoster, 5" x 5" is not overkill, this column is actually about 29' overall and the escape is a good 20' across, the columns I would put in would be 6.5' away from the house and designed to bear...
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