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  1. Seems to me that the op was being generous with...

    Seems to me that the op was being generous with his knowledge and time. Nothing wrong with that. I have benefited in my life alot from the generosity I've received.

    Personally, i am happy to spend...
  2. Burn the fing thing and forget about it. All the...

    Burn the fing thing and forget about it. All the previous post are about employment and contracts. This is a trap.
  3. Whatever you do, DO NOT sign anything. Sounds...

    Whatever you do, DO NOT sign anything.
    Sounds like some crazy scam/legal trap.
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    MDF faceplate? Mount a piece of thick MDF to a...

    MDF faceplate?
    Mount a piece of thick MDF to a faceplate and turn a recess that the gear fits into snugly. Take light cuts.
    I do this when making new clock wheels. After cutting the teeth, cut a...
  5. Thread: O.T.CBD oil

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    Sigh, These are exactly the kind of stereotypes...

    Sigh,
    These are exactly the kind of stereotypes and misconceptions that have stigmatized hemp and cannabis. Hemp is an incredibly useful plant and we have cannabinoid receptors in our brains,...
  6. Thread: O.T.CBD oil

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    Quick update since this thread has been...

    Quick update since this thread has been reawakened.
    Hemp & products made from it are completely legal these days in all 50 states.
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    Python? I would rather figure out how to use a...

    Python? I would rather figure out how to use a slide rule instead.

    This is hardly even a trig problem except knowing the Pythagorean theorem. Draw a diagram and apply a little algebra. It took...
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    Yeah, thanks i just realized that's what the op...

    Yeah, thanks i just realized that's what the op meant. In that case ,
    r = ( .25^2 + 1.5^2 ) / ( 2 × .25 ) = 4.625
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    Please excuse my ignorance of high school...

    Please excuse my ignorance of high school geometry, but don't the two ends of a cord intersect the circle so that the radius is the hypotenuse of the right triangle formed by the perpendicular and...
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    Beautiful!

    Beautiful!
  11. Check out the Spica mechanical fuel injection...

    Check out the Spica mechanical fuel injection system used on US export Alfa Romeos from about '68 - '74?. I had a 72 GTV with it and it was a spectacular example of mechanical engineering. Based on...
  12. What i want is a #4 with the horizontal mill on...

    What i want is a #4 with the horizontal mill on the left side of the headstock. I have a regular #4 which is a beautiful machine, but with a mill and dividing head it would the bee's knees for clock...
  13. Note that much of the efficiency of LEDs is...

    Note that much of the efficiency of LEDs is wasted in having individual power supplies for each LED. There is no need to run mains power to every light anymore, rather use a constant current DC...
  14. What color is the ceiling? I would use a combo of...

    What color is the ceiling? I would use a combo of upwash lighting and spotlights. Bright upwash lighting ( pointed toward the ceiling) can provide nice uniform background illumination. Use LEDs and...
  15. It's probably called pinion wire as a holdover...

    It's probably called pinion wire as a holdover from the days when clockmakers used it. It was made in module sizes using drawplates. Not modern tooth forms, however.
  16. If the throttle is not exactly perpendicular to...

    If the throttle is not exactly perpendicular to the body when closed it would need to slightly elliptical, i believe.
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    Interesting. What i thought were pin vices are...

    Interesting. What i thought were pin vices are also cutters. They look as if they were made to only cut to a certain depth, so maybe cutters for watch jewel settings? What you have doesn't look...
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    Cool! What is the width of the base and center...

    Cool!
    What is the width of the base and center height? My guess is that it was made to fit an american pattern watchmaker's lathe. Looks like watchmaking tools to me. I see some adapted pin vices, 2...
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    Does the origin of the word 'dog' in machinery...

    Does the origin of the word 'dog' in machinery have to with teeth like a dog clutch on a lathe?
  20. I have one of the little Starrett combo squares...

    I have one of the little Starrett combo squares that i bought about 20 years ago when i was first learning clockmaking. I don't think I've ever used it. The small toolmakers square i bought around...
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    Definately not clockmaking tools. Mechanical...

    Definately not clockmaking tools. Mechanical clocks are held together with taper pins and slotted head screws. I have a set of wooden handled gunsmith screwdrivers that i use everyday, but just...
  22. Phosphoric acid will convert rust while evaporust...

    Phosphoric acid will convert rust while evaporust is a chelating agent which removes it. Choose yer poison. The good news is that evaporust doesn't degrade the nonrusty parts, but be sure to...
  23. While it may be true that American car makers had...

    While it may be true that American car makers had trouble with aluminum back in the sixties, the Italians did not. Alfa Romeo, for example, made dohc 4 bangers with al heads, blocks, tranny and diff...
  24. Shouldn't there be bearing where the drawbar...

    Shouldn't there be bearing where the drawbar snugs up against spindle on the left side of the headstock? Seems like it would be useful. My Stark #4 has one.
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    Counting is NOT the basis of mathematics because...

    Counting is NOT the basis of mathematics because you need to define what you're counting, how you're going to do it before starting. From a mathematicians point of view, counting and measuring get...
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