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    I have one of those on a homegrown cart. It's...

    I have one of those on a homegrown cart. It's only good for about 200 lbs regardless of what the mfgr says. My 4th is 600 lbs, we've been using a forklift.

    I've been considering building...
  2. It's hard to fault cast iron, except for it not...

    It's hard to fault cast iron, except for it not sounding exotic enough. It flat works, and lasts.
    Try calling it High Carbon High Temp Alloy Continuous Formed Cylindrical Durabar or something...
  3. The performance builders I've dealt with all...

    The performance builders I've dealt with all routinely ground the new valves out of the box, saying the factory product wasn't good enough for them, that goes back 30+ years
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    The wayback machine has a couple backups of...

    The wayback machine has a couple backups of dialog5.com, but not every image is there. Here's a relevant page - https://web.archive.org/web/20120425202616/http://www.dialog5.com:80/fp2ncfp3ncfp4nc.htm
  5. #4, at speed the coolant leaves the collet and...

    #4, at speed the coolant leaves the collet and makes a 90° turn, rinsing the enclosure but not making it to the tool or workpiece. At least that's how it works for me.
  6. Or use a coolant ring with eyeballs pointing...

    Or use a coolant ring with eyeballs pointing everywhere, some for short tools and some for long tools. It will flood the area with more coolant than needed but it eliminates the need for re-aiming...
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    That happened to me on my PC just this week. I...

    That happened to me on my PC just this week. I found myself on the troll in question's page and asked myself "Well, how did I get here'? (Cue the Talking Heads)

    One of my favorite forums just...
  8. Found it. Thanks!

    Found it. Thanks!
  9. John - Are there dimensions listed in that book?...

    John - Are there dimensions listed in that book? I've looked for a list of dimensions and haven't found one yet.
  10. No, the ODs are different.

    No, the ODs are different.
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    I have a 9X16 Rockwell saw (American made POS)...

    I have a 9X16 Rockwell saw (American made POS) that did the same thing from new. We took it all apart, sent the bed out to be blanchard ground flat and parallel to the pivot axle. Reassembled it, and...
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    Call Ash gear also, They might have a cutter or...

    Call Ash gear also, They might have a cutter or another solution. If they have a gear shaper cutter to rent, anyone with a big enough gear shaper can cut your pulley for you. there are several gear...
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    Has the salejerk been with that company for over...

    Has the salejerk been with that company for over a year, or less? If less, he may not be there much longer, judging by my past experiences with similar. If you think you need the machine he's...
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    Geartrax has the polychain profile - Camnetics...

    Geartrax has the polychain profile - Camnetics

    You don't need to buy the software, they will sell you a single model at a reasonable price if that's all you'll need. At least they would at one...
  15. Just in cast you don't already know, there are...

    Just in cast you don't already know, there are short/narrow pallet jacks with 36" legs and 21" or 16" wide, they are infinitely easier to maneuver and store in small spaces. I have standard and small...
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    It bothered me more to see it chained to that...

    It bothered me more to see it chained to that dropdeck, picturing it flexing it's way down the road. Not really any other choice though I guess
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    What happened to this thread? I thought there...

    What happened to this thread? I thought there were a dozen posts here.
  18. Thread: Lathe Bar Support

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    I use a Sport bar support. Link to the thread...

    I use a Sport bar support. Link to the thread here - https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/cnc-machining/bar-pulling-bars-longer-than-my-spindle-254849/?highlight=sport
    I run the spindle liner out...
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    I'll just leave this here - 271582

    I'll just leave this here -

    271582
  20. Thread: Led shop lights

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    Thanks for that. Where did you get the T8s that...

    Thanks for that. Where did you get the T8s that you used?
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    OK if you send a check or pay the paypal fees...

    OK if you send a check or pay the paypal fees yourself.
  22. Mine were ~.250, and some lots varied measurably...

    Mine were ~.250, and some lots varied measurably from ball to ball. I sorted out the flyers and attributed that to bad handling of inventory, but I had no way to measure roundness. Where would one go...
  23. You mean Bal tech? i didn't know that. :eek:

    You mean Bal tech? i didn't know that. :eek:
  24. Thread: Led shop lights

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    I had to research how to hook up dimming LED...

    I had to research how to hook up dimming LED lights. These take a 0-10VDC from a rheostat on a separate circuit to control the output. You can use a switch made for this use that has a transformer...
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    Leeko - Don't worry about warpage, it's so far...

    Leeko - Don't worry about warpage, it's so far out on the end of the tang it won't affect any precision surfaces. I just TIGed it with mild steel rod - ER70S-2
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