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    So to be clear, your saying what happened is the...

    So to be clear, your saying what happened is the metal surrounding the set screw has been compressed around said screw "wedging"/compressing it.
    I so I would first try some heat. Second if you have...
  2. One little trick that I have use. You can buy...

    One little trick that I have use. You can buy sample packs containing a myriad of different polymers i.e teflon rulon PTFE, etc. From Mcmaster. When I have to I.D. a part like your piston you have a...
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    I would consider blockage. Pumps do not create...

    I would consider blockage. Pumps do not create pressure just flow. If your getting proper pressure out of hydro unit, see what pressure your reading further down line. Other question is the pump out...
  4. All I can say is this a great topic, really eye...

    All I can say is this a great topic, really eye opening to me I don't have a production shop or web site. I have a day job as a machinist / maint tech., but do some small jobs in my own small shop by...
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    no worries it was replaced just so the NSA could...

    no worries it was replaced just so the NSA could put their tracker sticker in it..:ill:
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    just curious have you checked Mcmaster or...

    just curious have you checked Mcmaster or smallparts.com? They may have something with proper top that you could modify by just cutting to length?
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    I agree with Grego. Replacing a CRT with LCD or...

    I agree with Grego. Replacing a CRT with LCD or what have you it usually is not a plug and play situation.
    I am not familiar with Fanuc, but there maybe a connection where the video comes out of...
  8. Pressure vessel + standing H2O + 100 years old =...

    Pressure vessel + standing H2O + 100 years old = Scrap.
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    You mention the carbide cutter mounted on HSS...

    You mention the carbide cutter mounted on HSS dengas end. How much stick out from the "chuck" do you have? How ridged is the set up?
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    The only thing that comes to mind is: ask 6 guys...

    The only thing that comes to mind is: ask 6 guys your question and get 6 differing opinions. On thing to look at is what are the tool rental guys using. When they buy a tool to rent chances are they...
  11. Wow hope you wore your brown pants that day.

    Wow hope you wore your brown pants that day.
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    Thanks for all the tips, much appreciated. And...

    Thanks for all the tips, much appreciated.
    And yes potassium EDTA is a chelating agent used to bind and remove certain metals like Pb and Zn from the blood.
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    Lite rust removal suggestions.

    A set of nice 5c collets followed me home a while ago. They are in good shape, all have rust not bad at all, Scotch Brite would do okay for the accessible areas. But I would rather use a liquid +/-...
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    KTI boards Siemens

    Have a 20 some year old Cincinnati Milacron Lancer 2000 ERD, with an Acramatic 2100 control.
    Once again for the 3rd time my touch screen and key pad are dead. KTI card bit the dust(90%sure).
    Does...
  15. It makes you think how easy we have it now ,...

    It makes you think how easy we have it now , accuracy aside, just makes one have a special respect. They did so much with so little.
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    Finding "a rust ring freezing the piston to the...

    Finding "a rust ring freezing the piston to the cylinder wall." begs the question are you running an air dryer for your compressed air system? Also maybe ohm out the solenoids one could be going...
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    I agree with eKretz from the wear pattern it like...

    I agree with eKretz from the wear pattern it like their maybe too much lash or the pitch is off. I am still not really clear on the setup with the other gear. Can you get pic or two of the worm gear...
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    I don't know how much experience / knowledge you...

    I don't know how much experience / knowledge you have about the anodizing process, so please do not think I am speaking down to you. Cause buddy I sure don't know it all either.
    Anodizing certain...
  19. We do not have a Renishaw probe, but I understand...

    We do not have a Renishaw probe, but I understand they are pricey, probably why we don't have one. That jibe aside for the price I would expect a good switch.
    Another case of bean counter lower the...
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    If you are familiar with electronics, There are a...

    If you are familiar with electronics, There are a number videos on YouTube that using the Arduino platform that to enable you make use of the small video camera from dead cell phone.
    Small camera,...
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    I sense a Darwin award on the horizon. There are...

    I sense a Darwin award on the horizon.
    There are certain situation where one needs say F the price and repair things correctly.
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    Titanic

    Unsinkable comes to mind. But Lock picking lawyer is a very skilled gentleman, I would contact him. If he cannot pick it, you might be on to something.
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    What about a cheapo horrible freight dead blow?

    What about a cheapo horrible freight dead blow?
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    I would begin by looking the schematic to...

    I would begin by looking the schematic to ascertain what triggers this alarm. Might be a limit switch or prox sensor was tweaked out of position with the "sticky" change.
    I am not familiar the...
  25. I feel confident that the vaccine(s) that are...

    I feel confident that the vaccine(s) that are currently being made (just table logistical issues of distribution for now.) are effective to what degree? Well leave that to the satiations for now. The...
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