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  1. The machinist (Jim) would not have used the...

    The machinist (Jim) would not have used the odd-lobe effect
    to dissguise lack of roundness, although I'm certain he would have been
    aware of that,
    as he was Aware of EVERTHING, ts'why he was a...
  2. Blown away ............ Here in WI. up in Port...

    Blown away ............
    Here in WI. up in Port Washinton, they took down the second
    Coal unloader that stradled the river. The first was razed when I was a kid
    here in Racine. We used to call...
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    Don't know bout septic, but "inflamed" yes I'll...

    Don't know bout septic, but "inflamed" yes I'll go along with "inflamed".
    m1m
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    Post min/max strokes/minute. AND max stroke...

    Post min/max strokes/minute.
    AND max stroke lenght........down in the antique forum.
    Bet you will have 20 replies by sundown.
    m1m
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    George the Vanguard!

    G ; this is the part that set me off.
    ====================================
    Does anyone have any sort of tutorial or introductory video or anything that can help
    my machinists learn how to operate...
  6. Better see how many speeds and feeds have been...

    Better see how many speeds and feeds have been toasted too.
    Sounds like it it might be a melt-candidate.
    Sorry.
    m1m
  7. 108 Degree Chain - V'Block (re-discovered)

    Many many moons ago one of the Old Masters that I was overcome with
    had made a large set of "Chain-V's". All I really ever retained was when
    I asked him why the 120 degrees looked a little tight,...
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    Geourgous !! Can't help with the ???'s ...

    Geourgous !!
    Can't help with the ???'s


    Cool.
    m1m
  9. All important ! A few great old machines, just...

    All important !
    A few great old machines, just didn't have a lowest feed
    that is fine enough. .0008 per ..... thats GOOD.

    Man I miss the "old-days" sometimes.
    m1m
  10. What is more accurate An appraisal or an...

    What is more accurate An appraisal or an estimate ?

    What is more accurate a torpedo or a 16" gun?

    what is more accurate a politician or a lawyer?

    How about this .........

    Goliath ! what...
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    I've always wondered if there's any science to...

    I've always wondered if there's any science to back up my accertion,
    THAT
    brass and bronze slivers seem to hurt more and even different then
    slivers of steel iron SS or any other metal I can...
  12. I would love to have her. BUT me be POe. Can't...

    I would love to have her. BUT
    me be POe.
    Can't afford to fix the tranny in my Caravan.

    I'll bet Marshall or Dave Kamp might like it.

    Make it searchable....... and add travel specs.
    Details...
  13. Can't offer facts, BUT I would suggest that...

    Can't offer facts, BUT
    I would suggest that cutting times and insert ware would be
    similar to Ramax, know and mold-building shops?
    They would likely say that your RPM's will need to be
    on the...
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    I think I just had a brain storm. I bought a...

    I think I just had a brain storm.
    I bought a heavy-duty sewing machine from Good Will for $8.
    Sewed some tool roles. Welder covers.
    Heck I sewed some Batman & Robin gloves made-to-fit,
    for me and...
  15. Poll: I'm just a dot on the map. Have only once been...

    I'm just a dot on the map.
    Have only once been in the right place at the right time to help out.
    Not even sure if the WI, connection was initiated by this group.

    If I vote for one guy , I vote...
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    Their have to be a dozen well publicised ways to...

    Their have to be a dozen well publicised ways to manipulate
    "thread-wires"......... search and discover.

    Like anything, do it till you master it.
    Just not that hard.
    m1m
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    Ox, that was not cool ........(:skep:) Very...

    Ox, that was not cool ........(:skep:)

    Very neat thread , thanks
    m1m
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    Excellant point! Run wide lines, full responce...

    Excellant point!
    Run wide lines, full responce at each coupling.
    Lower system pressure.
    Every task is quicker (even to clear some chips from a bore).

    Got a demanding machine ?(some...
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    a'hemmmn

    Pics.?
    Just a couple ? Hmmn?

    Then when your Chevy arrives, park it in front of the G&L.
    And take lots of pics.:D;)
    m1m

    Boy I have 3 vacation days left.
    I could have driven her out to you....
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    Performance (efficiency) as one factor, ballanced...

    Performance (efficiency) as one factor, ballanced with;
    How wide a band of usage you anticipate.

    If you go deeper into CNC, you might get to the point
    where you leave unattended opporations...
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    More PICS ! More PICS ! More Pics ! I want...

    More PICS !
    More PICS !
    More Pics !

    I want one of Heidi too.......... "Unwrapped".:eek:
    m1m
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    two sepparate mountings. I think you are RIGHT....

    two sepparate mountings.
    I think you are RIGHT.
    I'm buissy coughing out my lunges with this cold.
    My Bad.
    m1m
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    I did look at his post count. And remember a few...

    I did look at his post count.
    And remember a few of his threads.
    No problem by me regardless.
    Just "curious" ..... and I'm sure some of my threads fall
    under the same heading.

    By the way...
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    hmmnnnnnnnnnn?

    This is a curious thread.
    I know I'm not a member of Mensa but;

    Complete with a print wide open on the net?
    Words like "bate" "decoy" or "OOps, it got away"
    come to mind.

    Cheers.
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    Whether programing / running romote or...

    Whether programing / running romote or not..........
    For building one of something, there is no reason not to
    work "As You G0".

    If I have my own Idea or just a blue-print........
    sometimes even...
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