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    $1,500?? I'd say you stole it....wow... How's...

    $1,500?? I'd say you stole it....wow...
    How's the headstock on that setup- is it a pressure oil system on the gears?
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    Always first choice. And Dave is always happy to...

    Always first choice.
    And Dave is always happy to lend advice or help with any problems.

    Ordered a counterbore reamer today, it's shipping tomorrow.
  3. Understood, suspected that would be the case. A...

    Understood, suspected that would be the case.
    A dovetail slide probably isn't a good "starter" project, but I should start learning and practicing the basics and maybe someday.... in the meantime,...
  4. Where to send a compound slide for scraping?

    Just got a Sheldon making chips and noticed an issue with the compound.
    Tapered gibs, when cutting on the right side of the toolpost (long part between centers), tool pressure would cause visible...
  5. I'll be the odd man out on this one. I'd do this...

    I'll be the odd man out on this one.
    I'd do this barrel between centers. I often do anyway, but in this case since the thread tenon is already cut I'd work off of that. No reason to assume the...
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    You probably already know this, but... Running...

    You probably already know this, but...
    Running heavy VLD's in a .260 short action requires an extended length mag, or you'll be single-loading.

    I can't tell from your pic whether you have a DBM...
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    If the motor needs to be changed anyway,...

    If the motor needs to be changed anyway, personally I'd avoid the 3-phase vfd and just run with a single phase 220v motor.

    Motors run via vfd should be "inverter duty" which are more expensive,...
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    You running a carbide reamer? Never heard of...

    You running a carbide reamer? Never heard of running HSS at that high a speed.
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    I had to face the thrust bearing and dial to get...

    I had to face the thrust bearing and dial to get a near-zero backlash on initial disassembly/re-assembly. The super-glued plate is just a shim, I don't see it taking any real load; once D&T'd as...
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    0-.125 dial, direct-read. Pushing/pulling the...

    0-.125 dial, direct-read.
    Pushing/pulling the slide with an indicator on the toolpost shows the same .022 on the DRO as spinning the dial...

    Going to order the sleeve nut, closer look does show...
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    So...time to eat some embarrassment "crow"......

    So...time to eat some embarrassment "crow"...
    Pulled the cover off the cross-slide so I could run the nut down to where I could get some rough measurements.
    As soon as I put the wrench on the short...
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    The thought of moving that top-heavy beast makes...

    The thought of moving that top-heavy beast makes me queasy.
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    1/2"- 8 tpi. If there's a tap made for it (not...

    1/2"- 8 tpi.

    If there's a tap made for it (not going custom for a one-off), I can't find one.

    I do have an internal threading tool for TNMV "standup" inserts but can't find an acme insert that...
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    Which method to reduce cross-slide backlash?

    About 1/2 turn (60 thou) backlash on a Sheldon I've just brought "online".
    The screw shows light/reasonable wear on visual inspection, and backlash is about the same even at the far end of travel...
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    Have it, works fine. Why buy through PTG? Just...

    Have it, works fine.
    Why buy through PTG? Just buy direct from Greg...
    Model BTS | gretanrifles
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    I am puzzled when individuals feel that a lower...

    I am puzzled when individuals feel that a lower mid-tier, mass-produced rifle that shoots 3/4 minute of angle is somehow defective.

    That's perfectly acceptable. Want 1/2 minute accuracy, buy an...
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    Good luck with it...definitely a "cool factor"....

    Good luck with it...definitely a "cool factor".
    Shop space is way to precious for me to display a museum piece with little practical value.
    But hey, if I had unlimited space, I'd clean it up and...
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    I'd replace a 10 with one (subject to condition)...

    I'd replace a 10 with one (subject to condition) for one in a heartbeat.
    Only ever seen one on the market, and it didn't last long.
    Very uncommon, not easy to "find one", reputation as a solid,...
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    Bottom line, is the lathe (or lathes) needs to be...

    Bottom line, is the lathe (or lathes) needs to be suited for the work you need to do...
    Is spindle bore relevant? No knowledge of the Logan, but if you ever need to feed stock through the spindle-...
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    Yep- but that "issue" disappears with a proper...

    Yep- but that "issue" disappears with a proper receiver/ pillar bedding job, which would be a must.

    I'm just not a fan of anything other than a free-floating barrel, period. To each their own...
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    Fair enuf... As another way to skin that cat,...

    Fair enuf...

    As another way to skin that cat, I don't see why one couldn't mount a recoil lug between the barrel and receiver in "typical" fashion. 'Course, one would need a barrel of adequate...
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    Whatever floats yer boat... Five grand for a...

    Whatever floats yer boat...

    Five grand for a Mauser barrel; wonder what else was done. Never seen a bedding lug done on a barrel like that either. As with many such projects, it's obviously...
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    Wire your drum switch into the low-voltage...

    Wire your drum switch into the low-voltage controller for the VFD, do not place a power switch inline between the VFD and motor. This will allow you to retain the original operation of the machine.
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    Probably could go 3/4 hp with a flat belt, bottom...

    Probably could go 3/4 hp with a flat belt, bottom line is if you can stall the motor (or overload it) before the belt slips the machine is capable of transferring more hp.

    My 9 is v-belts which...
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    ^^^ That's it... The inverted V looks to be...

    ^^^
    That's it...
    The inverted V looks to be different material added.
    What did you use, how attached? Drilled/tapped from underside?
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