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    Nope, still valid, just dormant

    Not dead, yet.

    Good luck on your 12 step program
  2. I agree with others that say the contemporary...

    I agree with others that say the contemporary wire nuts are much improved.

    If I was worried about loosening, I'd:

    1. Use a wire tie to bundle the wires.

    2. Install the wire nut.

    3....
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    I'm thinking powdered metal (it's damned strong...

    I'm thinking powdered metal (it's damned strong nowadays) and CNC might work for a product line not owned by "investors".
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    If they'd fit an old Thompson 8x24, I'd take a...

    If they'd fit an old Thompson 8x24, I'd take a few....

    Perhaps I should go check?
  5. The triangle from MDF can be improved

    The triangle from MDF can be improved. It's a good start, but I'd make it free-standing, with the working edges converted into Vees, having beveled 2x4s sandwich the MDF. If you are working under a...
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    The Accushear I used was reliable, though the...

    The Accushear I used was reliable, though the in/out backgauge counter wasn't accurate.
    Made a gratifying Kaaa-Chunk! when it cut.
  7. The sender was hosting them, or using some other...

    The sender was hosting them, or using some other host, and the photo was deleted.

    Last I checked, PracMach doesn't host PM images, unless hosted for a post/thread.
  8. Fit a VFD and proper controls? Are you...

    Fit a VFD and proper controls?

    Are you looking for reversing, less rpm, or more torque?

    The VFD proposal would give you two out of three :scratchchin:

    And other opinions abound:...
  9. If you don't do a snug fit and tack weld, I doubt...

    If you don't do a snug fit and tack weld, I doubt you will be satisfied with the kludge you select.

    Position the motor in the coolant of choice, with the pulley exposed, and a quick 2-3 tacks with...
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    In that case, put a Wanted listing in the Tools...

    In that case, put a Wanted listing in the Tools category of the respective craigslist... perhaps the others are gathering dust on a shelf.

    Buddy's attempt at valuation using internet sources is...
  11. Check the Grizzly catalog. Grizzly.com...

    Check the Grizzly catalog.

    Grizzly.com
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    http://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/south-bend-la...

    http://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/south-bend-lathes/source-reproduction-nameplates-220309/
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    Buddy of mine (I think) has a few, I sent him a...

    Buddy of mine (I think) has a few, I sent him a link to this thread.
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    I found this, haven't determined if any of it is...

    I found this, haven't determined if any of it is helpful :o
    [B]Motor Frame Size - VintageMachinery.org Knowledge Base (Wiki)


    "66" frame is described at end of the following page:...
  15. Great minds think alike :)

    Great minds think alike :)
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    And they are gorgeous...

    And they are gorgeous...
  17. Not sure about your math... 2,200 divided by...

    Not sure about your math...

    2,200 divided by (3*3*3.14159) equals 78 PSI, approximately.

    I suggest a 12 volt AIR compressor, most likely cheaper, and easier to adapt.
    ...
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    And the carpenters...

    And the carpenters...
  19. Since Eisen's website offers to locate parts for...

    Since Eisen's website offers to locate parts for Taiwanese machinery, if they aren't the maker, they know who is the maker.
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    Darn, I was wondering what the price per pound...

    Darn, I was wondering what the price per pound "take all or most of it" pricing would be when a few hundred pounds of used tooling, drills, etc. is being considered.

    I guess I could start a...
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    Death by nitrogen gas: Will the new method of...

    Death by nitrogen gas: Will the new method of execution save the death penalty?

    Can't you experts do some research, instead of wildly speculating on how to do something?
    ...
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    If they win the auction, that's not the...

    If they win the auction, that's not the definition of shilling, is it?

    That's winning the auction.

    Those bidders that post several separate bids and then drop out? Perhaps that is shilling.
    ...
  23. Perhaps it wasn't he took the work, but his rate...

    Perhaps it wasn't he took the work, but his rate compared to their rate (to the ignorant) may have caused the purchasing agents to send the work out of town.
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    Danger Not To Be Operated By Fuckwits...

    Danger Not To Be Operated By Fuckwits

    Various sizes, including magnetic backs.

    I have been spending time driving a medium-duty truck with a heavy-duty (think double-clutch) transmission, and I...
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    They are out there... Used Rotary Tables for...

    They are out there...

    Used Rotary Tables for sale listings - MachineTools.com
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