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    Sheesh! View page soruce? Google, twitter,...

    Sheesh! View page soruce?

    Google, twitter, faceplant, instagram, Microsoft and .. ta da..Lawster HEAVY?

    Pardon me.... but that entire tribe have waaaay too much money and overly intrusive noses...
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    There's the rub. So long as one doesn't look...

    There's the rub.

    So long as one doesn't look beyond the outer wear jacket of any multi-conductor cable, they can be VERY "deceiving"! 600-pair telco cable? Easy-peasy only because we always use...
  3. Quick'n dirty rings I've razor-sliced off Viton...

    Quick'n dirty rings I've razor-sliced off Viton tubing.

    Flats, as suggested, one can do from sheet stock.

    It is, after all "flexible"!

    :)
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    Fooks sake! Those among us who've actually had to...

    Fooks sake! Those among us who've actually had to DO this, OFTEN, and pluck and salvage the feathers for bedding, deal with mites and mess.. are FIRSTEST and HAPPIEST to grab a rotisserie roasted...
  5. Meah.. usta bee.. US wrench makers had sockets...

    Meah.. usta bee.. US wrench makers had sockets and such in 32ds and even 64ths that DID fit ... a "frenemy" of a 1959 Triumph TR3 my motivator for acquiring a select few of such goods.

    The Jaguar...
  6. Their Website is AFU, WEF Sunday AM though... ...

    Their Website is AFU, WEF Sunday AM though...

    None of the "Product" selection pages respond properly... two diff'rent browser families tried (Firefox & Chrome).

    ???



    :(
  7. Taiwan.. and it s "industry".. had been under...

    Taiwan.. and it s "industry".. had been under Japan's influence.

    Japan.. had bought HEAVILY . .from the UK ... Meiji restoration to just before War Two.

    Neighbour Army-Brat kid once had a...
  8. Hang on. I resemble that remark! :) Check...

    Hang on. I resemble that remark!

    :)

    Check your pitch.

    Check your thread flank angles.

    Check the fit against dirt-common 1/2-13 US
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    *yawn* You want to JF buy s**t that already...

    *yawn* You want to JF buy s**t that already works. Not "invent" the industry.

    So long as... the BATTERY is the key.. and all the controls are load side of the battery ...and use is predictably...
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    Look right decent. Coupla hundred bucks (or...

    Look right decent.

    Coupla hundred bucks (or more) in freight is a barrier, EG: worth more to anyone close enough to simply come & fetch.

    "Obviously".

    Not so obvious, as it catches out the...
  11. Yaz.. but if this happens more than once in a...

    Yaz.. but if this happens more than once in a great while? You will have better choices of materials (seagoing & corrosion-resistant choices?) ... if you have a set of taps & dies:

    BSW tap & Die...
  12. Nitrile is "supposed to" be really good in that...

    Nitrile is "supposed to" be really good in that application. If not an additive as culprit, might have a poorly made seal that isn't even what it was sold as?

    See Viton, as already suggested,...
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    That IS a good guess, but not the only...

    That IS a good guess, but not the only possibility.

    Nor all that probable, given the area where Ned and the OP operate seems to be running 240-246 out of the wall. After 1:2 step-up to 480/492...
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    LOL! Only when you BEG for it. This wasn't one...

    LOL!

    Only when you BEG for it. This wasn't one of those times!

    :D

    Probably too much inertia on the motor, even at that small a size. The Swiss make bespoke tappers for even smaller, but...
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    Not hard. I actually read his posts before...

    Not hard. I actually read his posts before responding.

    You should give it a try.



    Someday what, JD?

    Someday I'll become as oblivious as you are and clock as many bankruptcy filings as...
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    I don't have an issue with meters. Some of my...

    I don't have an issue with meters. Some of my meters have meters!

    Cheap enough to add what you are missing. JFDI.

    Twice have talked a CEO out of going for a patent on my "specials".

    More to...
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    Yer playin' wit' pretty meters to marginal effect...

    Yer playin' wit' pretty meters to marginal effect if any effect at all.

    It is simpler than all that.

    You ain't the first person to need it, so simple power meters start at as little as $100:
    ...
  18. The DRIVE calls for 110 to 480 VAC @ 24 A,...

    The DRIVE calls for 110 to 480 VAC @ 24 A, full-gallop. 30A "QO", #10 wire is good.

    Previously covered that even "destructive" testing (of the 3HP large-frame motor itself..) never tripped a 15 A...
  19. Yes, actually, one does. I say again "Power...

    Yes, actually, one does. I say again "Power Factor exists!"


    "RTFM".

    The Drive makers not only SPECIFY the wire and fuse or breaker sizes, and even the tightening TORQUE on the fastener...
  20. Yes. "a reading". But there's a HUGE HOLE in...

    Yes. "a reading".

    But there's a HUGE HOLE in your electronic education.

    Because it doesn't TELL you what you think it does.
    Power Factor exists.

    What you want to add is a power meter or a...
  21. Could was. I'd want to measure that with a...

    Could was.

    I'd want to measure that with a calibrated shunt, (which I have..) not with a clamp-on (three here, but one is AC-only).

    Under an Amp is challenging with those.

    Also depends on...
  22. Charlie? It has been in the manuals since "Big...

    Charlie? It has been in the manuals since "Big Bang". Over fifty years already for the Sabina drive.

    The 514C family Mark and I are using idles at UNDER 500 milliwatts. Half a Watt. Or less....
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    The graduations numbered both directions off a...

    The graduations numbered both directions off a centre witness on the barrel suggests it was for checking down-hole or down-slot groove width as well as position in one go?

    Same again the...
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    Well.. genius-late-to-the-party. You missed that...

    Well.. genius-late-to-the-party. You missed that he was LOOKING for one of this sort? Might hint he already knows the difference and HAS other DP's?

    Tell us just how well your 1/16" to 1/2" DP...
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    Viscosity is right - about a 10 wt if one thinks...

    Viscosity is right - about a 10 wt if one thinks of motor oil ratings.
    Not ideal, "AW" = "Anti-Wear" ... see Zinc additive.

    Buy AW 32 Hydraulic Oil (ISO VG 32) - Pails, Drums, Totes

    but for...
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