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  1. This appears to be a new one and I can hear a...

    This appears to be a new one and I can hear a rattling noise.
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    I bought a low priced heated ultrasonic cleaner...

    I bought a low priced heated ultrasonic cleaner big enough for 1911's. For my Ruger Mk III I take the grips off and run it with Ed's Red at about 170 degrees for 1/2 hour. So far that's all the...
  3. The perfect "Easy out" would be a square with...

    The perfect "Easy out" would be a square with cutting teeth on the ends, drive it into an accurately sized hole so it curls a chip in front of each corner as it goes down to the bottom. The four...
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    When you think you've seen it all.

    When you think you've seen it all.
  5. Yeah it did look that way, I meant I was afraid...

    Yeah it did look that way, I meant I was afraid we would be, because the S&D's were breaking at the cutting edge face. I assumed the spade drills would be soon and we can't afford to replace them due...
  6. Actually the drills we were breaking were HSS...

    Actually the drills we were breaking were HSS silver and demming, they were chipping down .015" below the cutting edge. So I asked my programmer why he isn't using spade drills and he didn't think we...
  7. Feeds and speeds 47/64 cobalt spade drill Ticn coated, in 7075 T6

    Suddenly breaking drills. I was told 400 SFPM and .016" per rev but the guy didn't know the difference between 6061 and 7075, which makes me wonder.
    Any advice Greatly appreciated,
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    I wonder how far they could carry such an...

    I wonder how far they could carry such an ideology, throw anyone in jail for digging anywhere that has iron ore? working in a scrap yard? as stated Luty's design was for hand tools, so jail for...
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    That looks like the Herbert turret lathe I had in...

    That looks like the Herbert turret lathe I had in the shop once, I got it dirt cheap and was told it came from a company here in Oregon that made .22 rifles.
    I actually made some money with it, not...
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    The first Gatling guns used capped steel...

    The first Gatling guns used capped steel chambers, essentially cartridges, that dropped out the bottom.
    My first thought was of the Blowfarward actions that all faded into obscurity soon after the...
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    I forgot to add that you may find what you're...

    I forgot to add that you may find what you're looking for in the Luger Forum; Pistole Parabellum
    A lot of real Luger experts hang out there.
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    Early P-08's did not have the three longitudinal...

    Early P-08's did not have the three longitudinal grooves along the firing pins that some say were added to keep the FP from becoming a piston when a primer is pierced, and one of the Scandinavian...
  13. I've been told many times that the translation...

    I've been told many times that the translation should have been "Thou shalt not murder" (Ex 20:13). In fact many translations say exactly that.
    The next chapter, Exodus 21, says "He that smiteth a...
  14. BTW, this is the second "Sealed for life" or...

    BTW, this is the second "Sealed for life" or "Lubed for life" situation we've had with this machine, in the future before purchasing a new machine I'll be asking focused questions about lubrication....
  15. Using this search string "Lubrication of thin...

    Using this search string "Lubrication of thin wall linear ball bushings" I found this;

    https://www.thomsonlinear.com/downloads/articles/Linear_Bearing_Maintenance_taen.pdf

    Which explains a...
  16. Thanks, that was about what I was thinking.

    Thanks, that was about what I was thinking.
  17. Thin wall linear ball bushing press fits

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    We have a parts catcher on one Austrian lathe that slides from back behind the tailstock up to the chuck end and then swings under the chuck. It does this rolling on two induction hardened...
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    Whoever is authorized to access PayPal should be...

    Whoever is authorized to access PayPal should be able to find the email address of those sending money, I sell parts every week and get the email from paypal to send them tracking info. Of course if...
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    They at least owe me that $10 back. This is the...

    They at least owe me that $10 back. This is the roderus forum I'm talking about.
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    This thread reminds me of advice I've often given...

    This thread reminds me of advice I've often given myself but never followed (To my own hurt). My own reason for a log is that I sometimes order material and forget to add a PO or customer name or...
  21. My chinese lathe, a Victor (But made in the PRC!)...

    My chinese lathe, a Victor (But made in the PRC!) had fixed compound change gears made with two slightly different foreign tooth forms*, I'd never even heard of such a thing (Still don't know why...
  22. Recently we made up some expensive 416 piston...

    Recently we made up some expensive 416 piston rods, sent out to heat treat to 40-44 Rc, then to be ground down .010" and Hard chromed, and finish ground. Thus the high price.

    The heat treater...
  23. Years ago I made sure the tube was screwed in all...

    Years ago I made sure the tube was screwed in all the way and made a series of punch marks so it would be obvious it was in all the way. Still, even so the bar was pulling out. Oh, and when I made...
  24. In my haste last night I forgot to mention the...

    In my haste last night I forgot to mention the lathe is a Takisawa TW-30 with a hydraulic actuator, ATS collet chuck, Hardinge collets. The drawtube pressure gage is as high as it gets.

    The...
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    I also recently paypal'ed $10 in as the website...

    I also recently paypal'ed $10 in as the website said it was a requirement. But like the OP no one has responded to my questions, and I can't log in either.
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