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    First bragger doesn't stand a chance. My shop...

    First bragger doesn't stand a chance. My shop guys used this to go get lunch until the center main went out.

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    Not counting the Fiero. Which this reminds me of....

    Not counting the Fiero. Which this reminds me of. I expect that the price point is just promotional to help market acceptance and will raise soon, and a lot.
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    Too late. I get 85% spam on my personal email...

    Too late.
    I get 85% spam on my personal email now. It's a PITA to look through the list to make sure I'm not missing something meant for me. The spoofers are good enough that the anti spam software...
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    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/attachments/...

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/attachments/f38/261313d1563491036-newall-dro-question-20190718_171937.jpg

    That doesn't look any more challenging than the rear of a lathe carriage, and they...
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    Almost :) That mallet lingered in a bottom...

    Almost :) That mallet lingered in a bottom drawer along with the replacement insert since my OP. I didn't get the third page of the document j robert posted, and I just had more urgent things to do...
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    No recommendation, but I've seen bluetooth angle...

    No recommendation, but I've seen bluetooth angle sensors that can be read on a cell phone, would that work? Perhaps the reader app would be able to capture the max reading.
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    I'd be interested in part of the slotting head if...

    I'd be interested in part of the slotting head if you are willing to remove the mounting bracket casting and ship the rest. I think I can adapt it to another machine that was never offered with one....
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    Perfect description, thank you.

    Perfect description, thank you.
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    Tennesee Abrasives originally made Superior's...

    Tennesee Abrasives originally made Superior's tooling, and they still make all the stones and mandrels. They took over supporting the machines and still sell some of them.
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    Great idea! How beefy do those arms need to be?...

    Great idea! How beefy do those arms need to be? Any chance you could post a photo?
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    This is my stash, I don't know what's available...

    This is my stash, I don't know what's available now.

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    If it is indeed zinc/mazak/potmetal perhaps the...

    If it is indeed zinc/mazak/potmetal perhaps the 'magic' aluminum repair rods will work. It's sold under several names like Alumiwels, it's advertised to only need a butane torch to weld any aluminum...
  13. For the small bores look at Devlieg or universal...

    For the small bores look at Devlieg or universal micro-set bars. For your larger bores, gather up some valenite Vari-set bars and heads. There are 2 basic styles, one for rough boring and one for...
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    Andy - Your mailbox is full.

    Andy - Your mailbox is full.
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    260467 The message you have entered is too...

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    The message you have entered is too short.
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    I actually enjoy Solid Edge, and a day that I get...

    I actually enjoy Solid Edge, and a day that I get to mostly spend designing in it is a good day.
    Have yet to feel that way about a CAM package though, mostly just the opposite.
  17. Thread: Kitagawa vs Chick

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    I use older generation chick vises, we make our...

    I use older generation chick vises, we make our own jaws because of (1)price and (2)they have become special order from Chick. i didn't turn up US prices, but here are UK prices for current Chick...
  18. I can report that the Shoplink USB deal drip...

    I can report that the Shoplink USB deal drip feeds just fine. The only control I tried it on was a Dynapath Delta 20, which spools data from the RS232 into memory until full, then draws more in as...
  19. McMaster is the goto source for Super Stock guys...

    McMaster is the goto source for Super Stock guys to get aluminum fasteners for fender brackets and such. With your lathe you can drill most bolts, once the shank is drilled use a large drill and run...
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    Iscar WNMG 432 TF in 9250 for just about...

    Iscar WNMG 432 TF in 9250 for just about everything except heavy roughing, WNMX in 9250 for when the WNMG insert breaks.
  21. I'm a fan of Shoplink, we have a couple and are...

    I'm a fan of Shoplink, we have a couple and are going to add more. - Highland DNC, LLC.
  22. Thread: Moon Shot; 1969

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    Mobius strip. You land on the mobius strip.

    Mobius strip. You land on the mobius strip.
  23. FWIW, because of fortunate timing of automatic...

    FWIW, because of fortunate timing of automatic propane delivery dates, i found out that it cost right about $25 to run the pilot in a small furnace over a full summer, about 4 months.
  24. I find myself wondering what the Alexa does about...

    I find myself wondering what the Alexa does about what it hears from the TV. Endless loop of junk mail?
  25. Thread: Moon Shot; 1969

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    There is no underside, it's a mobius strip.that...

    There is no underside, it's a mobius strip.that moves, causing light and dark periods and tides.
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