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    To blow swarf off the work.

    To blow swarf off the work.
  2. I understand your general objection, but am...

    I understand your general objection, but am unable to think of a single specific instance where it could be a safety problem.

    This would be a system operated by the builder, who's intimately...
  3. Prob should have explained further, but I was in...

    Prob should have explained further, but I was in terse mode this morning. I meant single phase 220 could be pulled off 3 phase wiring anywhere in the shop. Agreed it can be a waste of space to put...
  4. My $.02 on your last block diagram - run the...

    My $.02 on your last block diagram - run the single phase into a 3 phase breaker box/distribution center/panel. Run any 3 phase connections, machines, RPC controls, out through the breakers. Keep...
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    EDM has been poohpoohed here, but old sinkers are...

    EDM has been poohpoohed here, but old sinkers are cheap these days. They add to a shop's capabilities, too.

    Drill a hole on location the diameter of the small end's width, have at it with a...
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    Yup. Congrats! And thanks for the look into your...

    Yup. Congrats! And thanks for the look into your shop and the way you do things. Much appreciated!
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    Valid objection. True that snowfall rate...

    Valid objection. True that snowfall rate generally isn't constant, but for the purposes of the problem (fun), it's assumed. More fun is the variant...two snowplows leave the shop at different times....
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    Uploading 5 or less pix/post directly from your...

    Uploading 5 or less pix/post directly from your computer in advanced mode is the simplest. I think 75 kB is, or was, the size limit. jpgs are best, pdfs won't load.
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    I know this is an old thread, but this problem...

    I know this is an old thread, but this problem intrigued me, never having taken different calculus....



    Was stumped, of course, till goggling the question to find that the plow removes snow at...
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    Try All of Craigslist...

    Try All of Craigslist . There are a few others - Craigzilla, which doesn't work for me because of a mysql error, or Search all junk, which doesn't pick up as much as the first link. Or do a search...
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    Feel free to disagree with anyone, but calling...

    Feel free to disagree with anyone, but calling them a POS just because you disagree with them is pretty low. But you have a history of that. Think they're subhuman? Wanna put them in concentration...
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    If you want to DIY there are several threads over...

    If you want to DIY there are several threads over at tractor by net for shop built landplanes.

    Interested in building a land plane

    Dava grader in process
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    If? Are you saying that is what happened?...

    If? Are you saying that is what happened? Speculation without evidence, without even a link.



    Links, please?

    Here's one you may be interested in: Business insider: Proud Boys: We will wear...
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    Take a look at the Proud Boys who were there,...

    Take a look at the Proud Boys who were there, Scott. Dressed in black, etc, etc. Easy to verify if you go to their website. Hard to tell the hippies from the rednecks, longhairs from woodchucks these...
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    And that's just the first jab. At that rate, 4...

    And that's just the first jab. At that rate, 4 years to finish. Oi vey.
  16. Thanks for the post, Eric! Here's the vintage...

    Thanks for the post, Eric!

    Here's the vintage machinery link - http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/1834/25195.pdf
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    Nice! Just a farm shop? You're too modest. It's...

    Nice! Just a farm shop? You're too modest. It's impressive, is what it is.
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    I have a Land Pride 7' blade. It's marginal for...

    I have a Land Pride 7' blade. It's marginal for dirt/gravel moving, requiring constant adjusting/tightening/fixing. I'd rather use the bucket on my tractor, frankly. Pioneer, the JD brand, is quite...
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    FWIW, I happily paid $150 for a 14" version of...

    FWIW, I happily paid $150 for a 14" version of your faceplate because I needed it at the time.
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    Takisawa TSL series lathes use the A5 nose....

    Takisawa TSL series lathes use the A5 nose. Camlock apparently an option if you bought/commissioned enough units.
  21. Nice score, Michael. Not a Kalamazoo A1...

    Nice score, Michael. Not a Kalamazoo A1. Could be a seat for a 5C collet under that chuck. So handy for little stuff, even more so if the edges of the base are milled for gripping in a vise.
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    They seem to be suffering from "Designed Here...

    They seem to be suffering from "Designed Here Syndrome"...
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    When you say tolerance of .01mm, do you mean you...

    When you say tolerance of .01mm, do you mean you want to be able to position any point on the table perimeter within .01mm? In any position? Or just a few?
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    Uh, he is their Commander-in-chief. But private...

    Uh, he is their Commander-in-chief. But private opinion may be a different story.
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    I've never bothered with insurance. As a sole...

    I've never bothered with insurance. As a sole proprietor in the state of Vermont, even if I'm sued, and lose, they can't take my house, my car, or my means of earning a living. (In my case, my shop...
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