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    That crackle finish was absolutely fabulous !...

    That crackle finish was absolutely fabulous !
    What a loss of history to disturb it.
    Conservation lost forever.

    -Doozer
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    GOOD is repeatable. LUCKY is a one time hit. I...

    GOOD is repeatable. LUCKY is a one time hit.
    I would rather be good any day.
    But whatever gets you through life.

    --D
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    The first time I saw a PDQ setup was on an actual...

    The first time I saw a PDQ setup was on an actual Portage HBM.
    We had one at the Michelin plant where I worked. The captured triangle
    design is pretty cool. I kinda wish my Pratt Whitney 2A jog...
  4. Reduced to $300. This would be a good home shop...

    Reduced to $300.
    This would be a good home shop entry level between centers grinder.
    Someone looking to get in to grinding hardened shafts and such.
    Not a huge heavy or expensive machine for light...
  5. Lower price $1000. -Doozer

    Lower price $1000.

    -Doozer
  6. Lower price $1000. --Doozer

    Lower price $1000.

    --Doozer
  7. Lower price $1000. --Doozer

    Lower price $1000.

    --Doozer
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    Not really contributing, but... In my mind, it...

    Not really contributing, but...
    In my mind, it would be nice to have land with a stream
    with enough flow for a small hydro dam. The good thing
    is that water flows all the time. I know, more or...
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    I know Deckel FP1 and FP2 mills have an adapter...

    I know Deckel FP1 and FP2 mills
    have an adapter from their native
    spindle, of wither Morse #4 or
    NMTB 40 to some 20mm collets.
    I removed the collet adapter
    from my Deckel FP1, and the
    bore...
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    Ah, you are the mopar guy ? ? ? I saw your...

    Ah, you are the mopar guy ? ? ?
    I saw your channel a few times.
    Cool !

    -Doozer
  11. Many machines have their paint peeling and it has...

    Many machines have their paint peeling and it has fallen off on the floor.
    Does that mean the shop was been unheated for many years ?
    You usually see paint peeling like that on machines in...
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    If you have a Bridgeport with an M-head, let me...

    If you have a Bridgeport with an M-head,
    let me give you something to look out for.
    I have one, with the #2 Morse taper,
    about 5/8" per foot. Very similar to the
    #7 Brown Sharpe taper, which is...
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    Thanks, I see ya. --D

    Thanks, I see ya. --D
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    Another rambling.... Man, I sure wish this...

    Another rambling....


    Man, I sure wish this machine had a drawbar and NMTB40 taper.
    I know it was made before power drawbars were invented (Ha ! ! !)
    because you would need one because it is so...
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    John Oder -- That is super nice of you to...

    John Oder --

    That is super nice of you to offer me your extra collet.
    If you find it, I insist on paying you something for it.

    Thanks for the manual offer. I did find someone on ebay
    selling...
  16. Take the nut off elevation screw and lift up the...

    Take the nut off elevation screw and lift up the knee (table, saddle, everything)
    just a few inches. This should pull the shaft end of the screw down, and out of
    the gear. Take out the woodruff...
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    My interest in Pratt and Whitney jig borers can...

    My interest in Pratt and Whitney jig borers can be traced to our friend John Oder. Years ago (maybe 20 years ago ?) I remember his picture in Photobucket of the hole cut in the wall of his shop to...
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    Pratt & Whitney 2A comes to Doozer's Shop

    I'm going to leave this right here.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwq4lyl2RCc

    --Doozer
  19. Thanks Van man! I hope you are enjoying the SB...

    Thanks Van man! I hope you are enjoying the SB that you got. Stay warm !

    ----Doozer
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    I have a Sony Magnetscale on my B&S #13...

    I have a Sony Magnetscale on my B&S #13 cylindrical grinder,
    Some know nothing before I got it, picked the table off
    with a forklift. Pulled the scale apart, wrecked the read head
    and the wire...
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    I recently bought a $1500 Keyence laser distance...

    I recently bought a $1500 Keyence laser distance measurement sensor,
    expecting it to read .oo1" accuracy. In reality, it is more like
    .o10" accuracy. Part being scanned has to be flat and...
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    Q? From a machine design architecture point of...

    Q? From a machine design architecture point of view,
    does a surface grinder with a knee inherently have
    a problem with dust/grit wearing out the knee dovetail ways ? ? ?

    -Doozer
  23. Both motors are repulsion-induction 110v motors....

    Both motors are repulsion-induction 110v motors.
    Cool just for the motors alone ! ! !

    -D
  24. FS- 1927 SouthBend 9" Junior Lathe - Origional Paint- Charlotte NC

    Was my Uncle's lathe, was owned by his father, bought new for automotive shop. I have the SB overhead clutch drive pulleys. Have chucks and toolbits and change gears, lots of old stuff that was with...
  25. FS- 1927 SouthBend 9" Junior Lathe - Origional Paint- Charlotte NC

    Was my Uncle's lathe, was owned by his father, bought new for automotive shop. I have the SB overhead clutch drive pulleys. Have chucks and toolbits and change gears, lots of old stuff that was with...
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