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  1. I’ve got all those, and the band files too. Never...

    I’ve got all those, and the band files too. Never used any of them!
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    Spammed/infected with a virus

    When I open up PM I’m getting a “you’ve been infected with a virus” warning, and then a fake google page comes up, wondering if anyone else has this happening, or is it just on my phone?

    (Of corse...
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    just called them, and they emailed me a parts...

    just called them, and they emailed me a parts digram and some other useful info, including that the draw tube on the later production units are two piece. you can tell its two piece if it has a step...
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    Wow, you never know where a thread will go! Some...

    Wow, you never know where a thread will go! Some good stuff here on electrolytic rust conversion/removal.
    they use graphite for EDM sinker electrodes, arc furnace electrodes, mounds for casting...
  5. you assume that doesn't make him happy, I'd bet...

    you assume that doesn't make him happy, I'd bet that it is quite satisfying for some to complain... not that I would know anything about that... :D
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    all the way?? how the hell did it bind up all the...

    all the way?? how the hell did it bind up all the way? happy to hear back up!
  7. they list class 2G rolled threads, which is +-.25...

    they list class 2G rolled threads, which is +-.25 mm on 25, +-.010 on an inch, (on the pitch dia.) according to a quick search, so not so precision.
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    ill take it!

    ill take it!
  9. an automotive fuse won't have the appropriate...

    an automotive fuse won't have the appropriate voltage rating. while the current is the only thing that will heat and blow the fuse it needs to have the ability to avoid arcing in addition, to...
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    wow, dg61, sounds rough, wish you had some pics...

    wow, dg61, sounds rough, wish you had some pics of that with the "tires"! those are mostly condition issues on a 50 year old machine, however. anyone have comments on new vs new? also, considering...
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    thats got some nice lines, ill take it!

    thats got some nice lines, ill take it!
  12. this seems to be totally reasonable. If the quote...

    this seems to be totally reasonable. If the quote includes details of complex tooling or assemblies that are required for the part or process, (as in motion's example) then sharing them with other...
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    I think the cams need to lock up between 3and 6...

    I think the cams need to lock up between 3and 6 o’clock, so that’s 1/4-1/2 turn. If these go past 1/2 turn, they go around and just hit the back of the studs, doing no work holding the attachment on.
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    yea, no kidding! looks rough, but its "near the...

    yea, no kidding! looks rough, but its "near the airport" so it can fly out..:D
  15. I just weld on a tang if it doesn't have one. did...

    I just weld on a tang if it doesn't have one. did two last weekend, used 309L GTAW.
  16. how is it possible the new Griz is only 9% less?...

    how is it possible the new Griz is only 9% less? I just can't see that as a savings proposition at all. I don't see the comparison between a used Grizzly and a new Haas is particularly valid either....
  17. what is the output on a Walter Surfox power supply?

    Anybody familiar with the output of a Walter Surfox stainless weld cleaner? what is the voltage/waveform/current? how about other brands of cleaners?

    I've seen other brands that have a tiny cheap...
  18. I personally am not a big fan of "easyflo 45". it...

    I personally am not a big fan of "easyflo 45". it has a lot of zinc and boils if overheated, causing porosity. also, the solder melts close to the working range of the black flux, so I wouldn't use...
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    Amazon is just as good as Mari?!? No, I don’t...

    Amazon is just as good as Mari?!? No, I don’t think so, Mari resells some import stuff, but if they make it, I doubt you can get close on Amazon.
    Congrats on the deal.
  20. Hey bees just google the above, of corse they are

    Hey bees just google the above, of corse they are
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    A spray of dish detergent and water followed by a...

    A spray of dish detergent and water followed by a spray or rinse is how you do it. Then dry with clean paper towel. Never dry wipe with dirty apron or shirt!!!

    Crews Blackjack Elite are the best...
  22. For something small like that, I’d suggest you...

    For something small like that, I’d suggest you Sorce from a jewelry equipment shop such as Rio Grand Albuquerque. Go for “easy” silver solder, and black “handy flux” for steel. I’d probably chose a...
  23. What are you trying to do? Attach a 4-40 nut to a...

    What are you trying to do? Attach a 4-40 nut to a piece of sheet? How thin is the sheet? Too thin to tap? Have you considered a plate nut or nut-sert rivnut?

    Regardless of the answers to the...
  24. Oh my god, if you don’t know what certs are you...

    Oh my god, if you don’t know what certs are you shouldn’t be making anything that goes boom.

    Ok, so let’s get to the basics, certs is short for certifications. If you order a material, say 8630...
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    Most of the jibber-jabber about impurities from...

    Most of the jibber-jabber about impurities from the flame or type of gas is just that, at least in the case of one-off or low numbers silver brazing.

    At industrial scale, aerospace or high...
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