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    I thought the chart he referenced to was pretty...

    I thought the chart he referenced to was pretty good.I'v got some newbies that I'm going to give it to.
    I don't know if he is a spammer or just lacks in composition?
  2. Mark Rand,you must have studied JB a lot from...

    Mark Rand,you must have studied JB a lot from child hood stuttering to the present.How did you miss all the bs in between?As for all of his "experience"in government;that kind is exactly what is...
  3. I've seen that logo before but pretty sure it...

    I've seen that logo before but pretty sure it wasn't a lathe chuck.Might have been a boring head made in Czechoslovakia?
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    Its funny how every one that just starts out has...

    Its funny how every one that just starts out has all kinds of parting off problems.Then after they figure it out it becomes second nature.For whacking a one off I just eyeball and cut.Sometimes use a...
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    Good advice Limey.The trouble with deep holes in...

    Good advice Limey.The trouble with deep holes in plastic is heat.The material is a good insulator so expansion can close the hole and stick the drill or even split the material.

    So don't get...
  6. Biden makes the "Teflon Don " and the Godfather...

    Biden makes the "Teflon Don " and the Godfather look like rank amateurs,Don & God were much better at snuffing out the competition however.

    When it comes to running a criminal enterprise in broad...
  7. We had a #5 and it had 60" travel.It weighed...

    We had a #5 and it had 60" travel.It weighed 16-17k lbs.It had 2 motors,the main was originally a 50hp 1750rpm. The previous owner had changed the main motor to a 25 hp 850 rpm.
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    Just curious what does " Dual Drive" denote? If...

    Just curious what does " Dual Drive" denote? If it is referring to the belt driven hs spindle(which is driven from ls counter shaft) and the motor driven ls counter shaft then it is in that respect...
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    Since you posted about your boxes it inspired me...

    Since you posted about your boxes it inspired me to finally add the magnets to the back of the drawers.They were left overs and really a little over kill but the drawers definitely will not open by...
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    I have had one of the same foot print Seville...

    I have had one of the same foot print Seville cabinets as yours(mine has half width drawers and a side three shelf cabinet) for 10 years now.It probably gets rolled around many times more than yours....
  11. Thomson actuators is another you might look...

    Thomson actuators is another you might look at.They have quite a large selection.
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    Drroaster, did you miss the part about being...

    Drroaster, did you miss the part about being dunked underwater?Possibly saltwater(he said undersea).
    Personally I'm a big fan of the KISS principal.
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    In case you are not familiar with pinch...

    In case you are not familiar with pinch valves,this is one type. https://www.redvalve.com/uploads/Extranet_PDFs/Air_Operated_Pinch_Valves/Type_A.pdf
    I have some in 1/2" and think they are made in...
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    Depending on the pressures involved,if you could...

    Depending on the pressures involved,if you could use pinch valves they have an advantage in that there is no mechanical linkage involved so no corrosion or linkage wear to worry about.You could even...
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    That's basically exactly how it works!The meter...

    That's basically exactly how it works!The meter valves only put out a few drops each cycle.If you see a puddle of oil any where then you have a broken line or connection or someone put in the wrong...
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    The owner of my company was on the first fire...

    The owner of my company was on the first fire raids on Japan.He was a bombardier and apparently one of the best.General LeMay found that instead of letting each plane do their own targeting he had...
  17. I bought a B&S grinder steady that had 14-24...

    I bought a B&S grinder steady that had 14-24 adjusters in it.They were so rusty and worn I thought they were 6mm x1.0.I also bought a tap & die.
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    I'm so slow composing that if I tried to keep a...

    I'm so slow composing that if I tried to keep a journal I'd get fired for sitting around writing instead of working!
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    I don't think greasing would have made any...

    I don't think greasing would have made any difference as far as the holes in question.
    Since the pins were never made to turn in the holes to begin with and there is no grease fittings.The cylinder...
  20. How about making an eccentric dowel pin for one...

    How about making an eccentric dowel pin for one end and a straight one for the other to replace the keys?The eccentric could have a hex machined on top for adjustment or a hex broached if there is...
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    You asked why it has ts flats and v ways.Think...

    You asked why it has ts flats and v ways.Think about how you would make a gap bed lathe.

    I would cast the bed with the gap opened(with what ever registers needed to be machined) and make the bed...
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    It looks like the pins are cross bolted so unless...

    It looks like the pins are cross bolted so unless someone did that as a kludge ,the pins are supposed to be a press fit in the triangle pieces and the other elements pivot on the fixed pins.Dosen't...
  23. I had to make some feed gates that had 1/4"T x...

    I had to make some feed gates that had 1/4"T x 1.5"w carbide braised to some flat bar with a 45deg angle on the carbide face.

    After trying the green wheel and damn near wearing out the wheel on...
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    If I were to try and make one I would plane the...

    If I were to try and make one I would plane the way faces with a home made tool holder fixed to the carriage.The length is not very long and you could possibly use the half nuts for a quick pass or...
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    A few things to know;the stroke is adjustable and...

    A few things to know;the stroke is adjustable and you can use it manually just make sure the cam is on the low spot.The motors are nothing special and can be bought from suppliers other than Bijur.I...
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