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  1. For me, the pain was not from the actual removal...

    For me, the pain was not from the actual removal of tissue, but the damage done by a garden hose sized catheter. I didn't take any pain meds either. But after 4 days, the process of urination now is...
  2. Actually never heard of it. It (Urofit)might be...

    Actually never heard of it. It (Urofit)might be the greatest thing, but it looks to me like complications, especially over the long haul. I have a friend that went under the same procedure as I did,...
  3. Just a quick update to this old thread. I just...

    Just a quick update to this old thread. I just did a (button) TURP procedure 2 days ago. You can google it. I was hoping it was not any more than a colonoscopy. It was quite bit more. Mostly the...
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    I was fortunate to pick one up from a member...

    I was fortunate to pick one up from a member here. I remember he made an off hand comment about one in a post and I pounced. I actually work on lenses and it might just come in handy.
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    I have BXA, mainly cause its the same size as my...

    I have BXA, mainly cause its the same size as my other lathe and don't want to buy yet another flavor of tooling. I don't have any problems with that size on the EE. And, you can buy the holders by...
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    Ok Boomers! :D

    Ok Boomers! :D
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    There is a "labrinth" type seal on the spindle,...

    There is a "labrinth" type seal on the spindle, which is really no seal at all, but a trough around the spindle to catch the oil. There should be a paper gasket between the spindle flange plate and...
  8. I have a Fogbuster that I like alot. I use a...

    I have a Fogbuster that I like alot. I use a generic product called, "vanishing oil". I think I got a gallon from McMaster. I put alitte Marvel Mystery oil in with it just because. It seemed to work...
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    I guess its speaks for the kind of work I do, but...

    I guess its speaks for the kind of work I do, but I have the original one, and I don't think I have even put my hands on it , in its holder for over 10 yrs.
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    I found that a pair of proper heavy duty mittens...

    I found that a pair of proper heavy duty mittens made from heavy duty leather, and not something Grandma knits up, are much better than fingered gloves. I wish I could give you a mfg. as I haven't...
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    Unfortunately that is a Photobucket thing. I...

    Unfortunately that is a Photobucket thing. I guess if I paid them some money the image would sharpen up. I haven't decided to do that yet.
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    I have been helping Peter (as much as I can) to...

    I have been helping Peter (as much as I can) to solve some of the values inside the (rare) Amplifier box. I understand Peter has found a amplifier box and is on the way to solving his dilemma . But...
  13. Thread: Recession?

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    This looks to me like what happens when you got...

    This looks to me like what happens when you got alot of money, greedy, and nowhere to put it. Its the only game in town. Even if the numbers aren't that good, what else am I gonna do with it? used...
  14. I can scrape pretty good, but when folks talk...

    I can scrape pretty good, but when folks talk about securing some sort of metal or even turcite under some severely worn way and then scraping to new machine alignment perfection, I have to pause. Do...
  15. Correct...at least in my experience. Moglice does...

    Correct...at least in my experience. Moglice does not "give" like turcite. It is very hard, and the cured edges will cut like a razor. My apron required alot of flaking so that it would slide easily,...
  16. Thread: Victor 1660

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    We have a 25yr old+ 1630 Victor here at work and...

    We have a 25yr old+ 1630 Victor here at work and it has been a great, accurate machine. They are a Mori Seiki copy.
  17. This may be totally wrong as it as been so long...

    This may be totally wrong as it as been so long since I have messed with the gearbox. I believe you need to remove the complete gearbox from the lathe. On the later ones, it is almost like a cassette...
  18. Thread: 19 tpi

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    Fantastic!! Many Thanks! Great info.

    Fantastic!! Many Thanks! Great info.
  19. I am late to this party but wanted to clarify...

    I am late to this party but wanted to clarify that Moglice is not at all like Turcite, not in composition as well as application. Think of Moglice like very hard , high grade JBweld with slippery...
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    You can make a "white lead" ( if you can find it)...

    You can make a "white lead" ( if you can find it) slurry to go in that hole if you really want to be authentic . :D. I think rkepler posted a a good pic pic of the dauber in question a few years...
  21. Seems at 6K for the part, could EDM /spark...

    Seems at 6K for the part, could EDM /spark erosion not be used? I am ignorant of the process, so maybe this is not an option?
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    I really enjoy his videos. He is a very skilled...

    I really enjoy his videos. He is a very skilled mechanic with a fine sense of humor, but I am most impressed with his ability to find cosmetically tatty but dimensionally accurate world class...
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    If it is original, it will have a special...

    If it is original, it will have a special configuration piggy back dual rheostat.
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    There is a brand of keyless chucks LFA , I think...

    There is a brand of keyless chucks LFA , I think made in france. MSC carries them.
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    I went and eyeballed my compound and it is dang...

    I went and eyeballed my compound and it is dang near identical to bll230's pic. The 90 is just shy to the left a couple of degrees. So obviously it is intentional. So something else is amiss.
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