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  1. Not the "ordinary" face-plant, if even it was...

    Not the "ordinary" face-plant, if even it was one.

    Suggest getting the dial & c. assembly apart, last two photos.

    A replacement for the bustid cast stand-off can be turned from the solid,...
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    You are - as usual - just as wrong about SB belt...

    You are - as usual - just as wrong about SB belt transmission limits, low, as you are about static converter effectiveness (NOT!), high, J.

    I'm actually good with that.

    One can grow to...
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    Thinned Glyptal actually "wicks" like a hungry...

    Thinned Glyptal actually "wicks" like a hungry bandit. The Vacuum chamber is more for CERTAINTY in more predictable time - and less of it - than futzing with many, coats over what can become several...
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    Static "converters" don't! So you mean "running...

    Static "converters" don't! So you mean "running poorly".. wot.. 31% of .5 HP = (sadness)^3

    Big-ass gumbands cut from tractor innertubes and wound-up with a weed-whacker mought be more powerful......
  5. If by "F or R relay" you mean "contactors", they...

    If by "F or R relay" you mean "contactors", they do not "latch". They must be held-in by their control circuit remaining "active" and at proper power level.

    FA relay is "always listening" as well,...
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    Yah. sure. You would. WTH ...That could lead...

    Yah. sure. You would.

    WTH ...That could lead to some seriously amusing side-effects...

    More better to do what General Electric had its laboratories do. Solve the problem.

    The solution has...
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    Surely. Common problem. Basic harf-assed "3%"...

    Surely. Common problem.

    Basic harf-assed "3%" to 5% "dV/dT" filter would do yah. "Sine Wave" grade filter would be overkill, but yah might find one cheaper, used. Either one takes away very little...
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    Looks like you've got the hang of it now. Guess...

    Looks like you've got the hang of it now. Guess you are serious about this?

    First time I recall seeing a thread hijacked with grape shot.
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    So is a water-wheel or a steam turbine. ...

    So is a water-wheel or a steam turbine.

    Heaven forbid someone should do the simple, cheap, thing, go make chips, and let a thread languish too soon for lack of pondering.

    I mean.. it's a SB...
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    Not in the file format, no. But it IS a byproduct...

    Not in the file format, no. But it IS a byproduct of how VB codes the page.

    I haven't tried this, but see wot happens if your screenshot is saved as a .jpg instead of a .png, then uploaded - as...
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    Well .. you said "hobby use". You can/will...

    Well .. you said "hobby use". You can/will "habituate" to safe use of switching and reversing, no other users nor a commercial shop with unpredictable staff to worry about.

    Messing with...
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    "What works for me..." (on OpenBSD Unix, so...

    "What works for me..." (on OpenBSD Unix, so YMMV..).. has been to bring up the graphic, always a .jpg off MY camera (basic $100 Nikon Coolpix..), rotate, size, crop it on-screen..

    THEN take a...
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    As-at the point Socialism takes-over an economy? ...

    As-at the point Socialism takes-over an economy?

    Only "sort of".

    Where it had been possible to expand and grow for all hands, once social parasitism is elevated above productivity and...
  14. .. or anyone who ever did "linear" B+ power...

    .. or anyone who ever did "linear" B+ power supplies for loads in the range of AM broadcast transmitters where 60 Hz hum was MOST unwelcome?

    - separate the existing rectifiers and capacitor bank....
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    Sanity check, then. ANY of us as run "orphaned"...

    Sanity check, then. ANY of us as run "orphaned" machine-tools, the machine itself is all the "manual" we are guaranteed to be able to lay eyeballs on.

    I've had to guess at lubes off the back of...
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    Nature of the beast with Socialism. The equality...

    Nature of the beast with Socialism. The equality of shared misery.

    "You asked for it, you got it.. " just not a Toyota.
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    No such probability. Not with those three,...

    No such probability. Not with those three, anyway;

    Spain... and France .. need the UK as agricultural produce & beverages market.

    Netherlands...needs access to UK fishing zones. Including...
  18. Doing it "right" means integrating it with the...

    Doing it "right" means integrating it with the lathe from the outset. If that was NOT done, figure $4,000 and UP. Potentially WAY "up". Not $400.

    If I had the need, I'd scarf-up some of the "many,...
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    HALF horse 3-P, VFD'ed? Marginal. Whenever...

    HALF horse 3-P, VFD'ed? Marginal. Whenever variable-speed is wanted - AC or DC - it is useful to upsize the motor. They tend to drop off in power at one end or the other of the variable range.
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    Sad. I had previously last looked before that was...

    Sad. I had previously last looked before that was advertised - still a "going concern".

    But WTH.. at least it was 2018 and not quite yet a full year ago. Not 1974.. or 1964, so new heads had...
  21. No. You do not "understand". But that is no sin....

    No. You do not "understand". But that is no sin.

    Anyone thinks it is "easy" should try reading the US Tax Code.

    Before you start, be aware .... because you will not have time to return ...
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  22. Acetal resin co-polymer first hit my eyes as...

    Acetal resin co-polymer first hit my eyes as "lifetime" plain-bearing replacements for ball-bearings in one of the major automaker's steering columns. 1950's?

    Sure enuf - it had issues. Also...
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    ISTR reading that Dalrae was actually owned by...

    ISTR reading that Dalrae was actually owned by K&T - at least "for a whole" - much as Walker-Turner was. That said, they weren't "much" of a head, brand-new. K&T built the serious ones themselves.
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    Ah... well... PM's "standard cop-out number two"...

    Ah... well... PM's "standard cop-out number two" [1], yah?

    If it moves at a velocity anything like my RTWL (Round Tuit Wish List..)... Iron itself will be obsolete...

    :(

    [1] "I'd buy it if...
  25. "We"? "Jump on the UK's ass"? FIRST? They...

    "We"? "Jump on the UK's ass"? FIRST?

    They issuing nuclear-powered dildos in your St. Petersburg troll factory now?

    Better be CBN surfaced. UK is seriously experienced at receiving... then...
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