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  1. Gotta be threaded union? If not, cam-lok may be...

    Gotta be threaded union? If not, cam-lok may be an option. Inexpensive, available, available in a wide array of materials. They're not a swivel fitting, but they'll connect in any rotation.
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    No more than a Datsun will replace a Kenworth.

    No more than a Datsun will replace a Kenworth.
  3. Another good option from the same vendor- 2 INCH...

    Another good option from the same vendor- 2 INCH ZCC FMA11

    Email or call them, explain your situation and I'm positive you'll land with a good result.
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    Since the coating is obviously tougher than a...

    Since the coating is obviously tougher than a whore's vagina, maybe just leave it there? You won't be able to connect your work lead to the table and leave it, but moving a ground clamp around sure...
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    No idea, only ever done it to remove epoxy...

    No idea, only ever done it to remove epoxy coatings from pipe. My comment was onky to say that burning off paint is an accepted practice.
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    Torch will do it too, there will be soot to deal...

    Torch will do it too, there will be soot to deal with though.

    That's pipelining 101.
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    Varget is black, think it would work? lol

    Varget is black, think it would work? lol
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    What if you imposed a backpressure on the blind...

    What if you imposed a backpressure on the blind side of the arrangement and stroked it several times? The backpressure needs to be high enough to force the air into solution with the oil so it will...
  9. You say .003 taper, is it linear or erratic in...

    You say .003 taper, is it linear or erratic in nature?
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    I don't use a stone, rather an unground lathe...

    I don't use a stone, rather an unground lathe tool blank. It knocks off burrs etc, but being flat gtound steel it absolutely won't cut. I got the tip/idea ftom a thread here in the general section...
  11. GPSA Engineering Data Book, practical engineering

    Below is a link to a reference text with practical engineering knowledge. It's compiled by the Gas Processors Suppliers Assoication of Tulsa, OK and is centered about technical data for the design...
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    Technical term is weir. They work by creating...

    Technical term is weir. They work by creating low velocity zones in the fluid to allow the particulate to drop from suspension. The term for this period is retention time and if someone wanted to...
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    I'm using Trim 690xt in my grinder (and mill and...

    I'm using Trim 690xt in my grinder (and mill and saw and....) at about 2% concentration and it works very well. I maybe use the SG once every couple of months and this tolerates it well with no smell...
  14. Bigger is better here, this will be determined by...

    Bigger is better here, this will be determined by the height of the tool block, plus tool, sitting on the compound. If this height is below spindle centerline it will fit. If this is a large gap,...
  15. Per the article, there are only 3 grades of Ti. ...

    Per the article, there are only 3 grades of Ti. Kinda funny in comparison to lord knows how many grades of steel or aluminum.
  16. Ah, now I gotcha. A locking plate with screws or...

    Ah, now I gotcha. A locking plate with screws or a threaded collar would work, I personally would just want it to come against a hard stop on the far side.

    I redid the nut in my Monarch a few...
  17. In that case I'd bore the original nut but leave...

    In that case I'd bore the original nut but leave a shoulder on the far end, presumably this direction will handle your largest forces via facing and knurling. After that I don't see why retaining...
  18. Sure looks like an angular slide, but I don't see...

    Sure looks like an angular slide, but I don't see any extra levers on the apron to engage it. The 12CK I looked at years ago had a powered compound but had levers right there to kind of denote the...
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    That gearbox is kinda funny, like the built the...

    That gearbox is kinda funny, like the built the machine castings from Monarch inspiration and still selected gears and shafts from SB history.
  20. Thread: Milling 300m

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    A modified 4340, see it a lot in axle shafts and...

    A modified 4340, see it a lot in axle shafts and other parts experiencing high torsional loading.

    As such, I'd probably start on the conservative side of 4340 at 25rc and go from there.
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  21. He's just like Gordon Clarke, never a good thing...

    He's just like Gordon Clarke, never a good thing to say about the USA but they sure love to ride our coattails.
  22. Who did you purchase through?

    Who did you purchase through?
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    That's what I'm using! Mainly to miter joints...

    That's what I'm using! Mainly to miter joints since my bandsaw is square cut only.
  24. I feel like these would be two contenders- ...

    I feel like these would be two contenders-

    This set from Maritool (Morse) isn't Co, but is available in bright or oxide.
    Master set Jobber Black Treated 115 pcs MariTool

    This is a link to a...
  25. This has really devolved into nothing more than a...

    This has really devolved into nothing more than a series of personal attacks driven by extreme polarization.

    Silly.
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