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    The Turboencabulator is Obsolete!!

    Found this on YouTube. At first I thought it was real.

    Technical Jargon Overload - YouTube

    Tom
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    For parts in high stress applications, often the...

    For parts in high stress applications, often the parts are mechanically plated as opposed to electroplating because of hydrogen embrittlement.

    Tom
  3. Feeder bowls are a rather specialized art. Not...

    Feeder bowls are a rather specialized art. Not only from the orientation of the parts but also the aluminum welding and polishing. I have not heard of any shop or business that has taken on the...
  4. Pumped storage is now one of the methods of...

    Pumped storage is now one of the methods of "storing" electricity using wind and solar.

    Tom
  5. That's called a manual compensator. GE made one,...

    That's called a manual compensator. GE made one, CR1034, which has an transformer in the top and a manual switch in the bottom. The switch part was heavy copper contacts with the switching done in...
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    I have an Aprilaire 500 that uses the heated air...

    I have an Aprilaire 500 that uses the heated air from the plenum and a fan to blow air over a aluminum mesh filter that works well. The moisture level is controlled by a a humidistat that opens a...
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    If this is a gable end wall, you could possibly...

    If this is a gable end wall, you could possibly use a truss.

    Tom
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    You have defined your needs, so now it is just a...

    You have defined your needs, so now it is just a question of how much time and money are going to be required to to control the process. You either have a product or you don't.

    Tom
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    If you are still serious then I would call in a...

    If you are still serious then I would call in a couple of commercial equipment reps and let them analyze your requirements and explain what you have to do.

    Tom
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    You know the old saw, no movies or pictures it...

    You know the old saw, no movies or pictures it didn't happen.

    Tom
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    Two issues I see. The latching PB will...

    Two issues I see. The latching PB will automatically restart the system on a power outage. This not safe. Use a momentary NO push button with a latching contact from the timer and a NC stop...
  12. Belmont Machinery Company...

    Belmont Machinery Company

    Tom
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    This has come up many times in the past,...

    This has come up many times in the past, anodizing, plating etc. The advice was and probably still is that its not feasible. I haven't tried it, but many have and gave up on it. I will defer to...
  14. In addition to the wet steam is cylinder oil ...

    In addition to the wet steam is cylinder oil

    Tom
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    The reason for the high silicon alloy is that the...

    The reason for the high silicon alloy is that the piston is die cast

    Tom
  16. That's why it is used for vacuum impregnation. ...

    That's why it is used for vacuum impregnation.

    Tom
  17. Loctite 290 is a low viscosity resin often used...

    Loctite 290 is a low viscosity resin often used for vacuum impregnating and is commonly cured with heat. Can't comment on the electrical properties.

    Tom
  18. What you refer to as solvent is most likely a...

    What you refer to as solvent is most likely a catalyst. Instead of a catalyst, you can heat cure most if not all resins. Get a small container of resin and heat it to 200-250F. It should cure. ...
  19. Head over to YouTube and search for MUSTIE1. ...

    Head over to YouTube and search for MUSTIE1. This guy is a mechanic in New England up by the Canadian border that has a youtube site of repairing otherwise junk. He has a number of videos on doing...
  20. Here is what you need. Adapter, 5C Spindle...

    Here is what you need.

    Adapter, 5C Spindle Nose, for South Bend 10L Lathe – Lost Creek Machine, Inc.

    You will also need a spindle nose protector. It looks like the nose part of a chuck or...
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    I have a copy of "The New American Machinist's...

    I have a copy of "The New American Machinist's Handbook" copyright 1955 by McGraw-Hill with copyrights 1914, 1920, 1926, 1935, 1940 and 1945. The original was copyright 1908 by Hill Publishing. For...
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    Tool grinder attachment? Tom

    Tool grinder attachment?

    Tom
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    I have a Jet band saw that I have been using for...

    I have a Jet band saw that I have been using for 25 years that cuts true but only after I did a little realignment. As far as blade life is concerned, I have found that if you use coolant to flush...
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    Those are some good looking ties for being...

    Those are some good looking ties for being abandoned.

    Tom
  25. The topic of ethanol gas has come back...

    The topic of ethanol gas has come back repeatedly. If you really ethanol free gas, there are many threads on the Net as how to do it. Most common is add a quantity of water to the gasohol, agitate...
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