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  1. Here you go: 15"drill press floor model - tools...

    Here you go:
    15"drill press floor model - tools - by owner - sale
  2. I'm sure you could cobble one up minus the self...

    I'm sure you could cobble one up minus the self powered vacuum (just stick a shop vac on it)
    in about 1 hour.
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    Got to start breeding bigger squirrels....

    Got to start breeding bigger squirrels....
  4. Free Idear: Seeing how they sell furnace air...

    Free Idear:
    Seeing how they sell furnace air filters with UV lights to kill the virus, why not make a face mask with UV emitting LEDS in between 2 filter layers ?

    Much like the "hair growing"...
  5. "Rimshot on a belt" per the "Bob & tom show"

    "Rimshot on a belt" per the "Bob & tom show"
  6. Hacked ?...or Payment of "speaking fees" get's...

    Hacked ?...or Payment of "speaking fees" get's you "access" to the server ?
  7. And I thought you have just switched to "pipe...

    And I thought you have just switched to "pipe smoking".....:D

    when I worked in electronics, most of the tech's smoked a pipe, and as it was bad ole 1980's, they all got together and pooled their...
  8. Anyone Own/Use a "speedy Bender" or "RotoDie" press brake ?

    Been looking at getting a 10' model speedy bender, online spec shows the Chicago D&K is a 25 ton, and the RotoDie is a 15 ton.

    However the manual for the RotoDie states bending 10 ga 10' long...
  9. The "Seller" has not indicated any price as of...

    The "Seller" has not indicated any price as of yet.....:nutter:

    Please see the other thread.
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    Nope, if you would take time to read the archives...

    Nope, if you would take time to read the archives (or what's left of them) many hours of debate has been wasted by Harry Homeshops on here, trying to save a buck, and kill their lungs in the process.
  11. Well, a bit of info on this. As to be expected,...

    Well, a bit of info on this.
    As to be expected, there were 15b's and all manner of smaller B-E's around Erie. Some still at the various docks down at the lake, and you'll find some in the weeds...
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    Usually it's in the back of the book with an...

    Usually it's in the back of the book with an outline drawing of the machine, showing bolt holes for concrete, electrical hook ups, etc. and they show the electrical cabinet door swing.

    800 mm =...
  13. Some of those (I don't know if all) were made in...

    Some of those (I don't know if all) were made in Erie, Pa. As the brochure states, South Milwaukee was another plant.

    Here:
    Google Maps

    And "Weschler Avenue" was always kept in brick, not...
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    I did a small layout for a unit rig top drive,...

    I did a small layout for a unit rig top drive, and was told some of the advantages.
    They said with the top drive, you could make up 3 pieces of drill stem at one time, and then spend more time...
  15. The fish I caught was THIS big.....:nutter:

    The fish I caught was THIS big.....:nutter:
  16. Blow gun with 3/16" brake line for a nozzle,...

    Blow gun with 3/16" brake line for a nozzle, (bend a 90 in it for ergonomics).
    Add an inverted funnel as a cone to keep chip flying down, or add shop vac
    to suck the chips away as the nozzle...
  17. Maybe line contact for 45, and the whole face...

    Maybe line contact for 45, and the whole face contact for 37 ?
  18. Who is gonna drive all the way out there, spend...

    Who is gonna drive all the way out there, spend serious time looking and all, and then the price is ?
  19. [QUOTE=CalG;3520594] "Canadian glamor kid".......

    "Canadian glamor kid".... AkA…. "TrueDope"
  20. Penn Union Electric materials I would try...

    Penn Union
    Electric materials

    I would try these.
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    Look at the "bed slide" for pick up trucks. ...

    Look at the "bed slide" for pick up trucks.

    The first homemade ones used garage door track & wheels.
    You might want to try cam follower bearing/stud instead with hot rolled channel (heavier duty)
  22. I think cancer patients would take those odds.

    I think cancer patients would take those odds.
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    Once they get the "magic Wand".....You just...

    Once they get the "magic Wand".....You just watch....:D
  24. Usually with over filling, the leetle rubber plug...

    Usually with over filling, the leetle rubber plug just blows out when the table is sent down. (along with a mess of oil & air all over the place)
  25. That story is "spotty" at best....:D

    That story is "spotty" at best....:D
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