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  1. Those are great little saws- someone got a deal!

    Those are great little saws- someone got a deal!
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    Probably less effort to change your CAM post. ...

    Probably less effort to change your CAM post. Lots of SL series machines out there that are -X.
  3. So if T0700 loads the offset, how do you cancel...

    So if T0700 loads the offset, how do you cancel it to go to the tool change position? There should be a parameter to use the "00" for the offset if you wish. Might make life easier- Just sayin. Dan
  4. Duh- my apologies the above "50,70 and 127",...

    Duh- my apologies the above "50,70 and 127", should have been 70,80 and 127. Sorry for any confusion. Dan
  5. Check out this old posting on PM. Read post #31....

    Check out this old posting on PM. Read post #31. I still hve some of these gear sets available and you don't need a metric banjo to run them. Dan

    Hardinge TL (and HLV ?) Metric Threading
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    Don't even try to clean metering units or salvage...

    Don't even try to clean metering units or salvage them from parts machines. They are pretty inexpensive from either Bijur or Lube USA. Check the lube hoses too- going to the main clutch throw out...
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    Are you sure you don't have a broken oil line...

    Are you sure you don't have a broken oil line somewhere? How long does the lube pressure gage maintain pressure after the lubricator cycles? The mechanical pumps on #12's have a stroke adjustment...
  8. I've used them twice- once from SoCal to NorCal...

    I've used them twice- once from SoCal to NorCal and once from California to Texas. The shorter trip was less than what LTL shipping would have cost and the 2nd one was slightly more than what I...
  9. I realize this is not what you asked for, but we...

    I realize this is not what you asked for, but we used Tiodize coating on CP titanium parts to prevent galling. Ya might touch bases with them. Just a thought.
    Tiodize

    Dan
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    Just a suggestion- I always coat the outside of...

    Just a suggestion- I always coat the outside of the draw tube with NeverSeeze when I have a reason to remove one. Seems to help.
  11. Hey Guys- if you already have a relationship...

    Hey Guys- if you already have a relationship working together, I have no problem stepping aside. Dan
  12. mail box cleaned out. Dan

    mail box cleaned out. Dan
  13. We have a fairly new hobber that is about 5 years...

    We have a fairly new hobber that is about 5 years old, so the feed screw is in great shape and not worn. I would suggest making the face width on each gear at least 1" wide so you can get a good...
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    The rolled spline that John refered to above is...

    The rolled spline that John refered to above is just the manufacturing method the OEM used because of the much lower cost of rolling (cold forming) the feature versus hobbing it. I my experience,...
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    This is a great place to get bandsaw tires from. ...

    This is a great place to get bandsaw tires from. they are also on e-bay.
    Urethane Band Saw Tires | Upgrade performance from OEM tires
  16. Got em in good shape! thanks for sharing. Dan

    Got em in good shape! thanks for sharing. Dan
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    Send member reedeprintice a PM- he is up in Chico...

    Send member reedeprintice a PM- he is up in Chico and might have the answer you are looking for.
  18. If you are serious about 200 per day, a surface...

    If you are serious about 200 per day, a surface broach would be the quickest and most uniform. Try Googling Pioneer Broach for a small vertical machne.
  19. IR's design is intended to keep costs down, not...

    IR's design is intended to keep costs down, not provide a robust solution. Might work ok for a compressor that sees occasional use, but not one that runs all day every day. Wiring a motor starter...
  20. To add to all the above, if that lathe has an...

    To add to all the above, if that lathe has an English pitch lead screw, which it probably does, you can't open the half nuts when cutting a metric thread or you will loose index. You have to stop...
  21. Those are not OEM specific parts. Contact Lube...

    Those are not OEM specific parts. Contact Lube USA, and they can most likely supply what you need. There are most likely numbers stamped on the metering units that will tell you what the flow rate...
  22. I'll take a lot of 10. PM sent. Dan

    I'll take a lot of 10. PM sent. Dan
  23. Good luck with your search for someone. Seems I...

    Good luck with your search for someone. Seems I got someone's panties in a bunch for no good reason. Oh well!
  24. What do you mean by shuttle? The lift and tilt...

    What do you mean by shuttle? The lift and tilt cylinder control valves and levers may still be around if that's what you are referring to. Dan
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    If you go back to the panel, the two 240 (110 v...

    If you go back to the panel, the two 240 (110 v to gnd for the non- stinger legs) volt single phase conductors come off two of the 3 phase conductors/lugs- you are just leaving one wire behind for a...
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