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    In September 2016 I bought PBA 5" and 6" Setrite...

    In September 2016 I bought PBA 5" and 6" Setrite Chucks. Here are the backplate details direct from my order quote.

    5” Fully Machined Setrite chuck back plate P/n. 050544 Price US$295.00
    5"...
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    Thanks very much for posting, great footage....

    Thanks very much for posting, great footage. Brings back memories of learning to stop forward momentum on some of the larger vessels I've maneuvered around harbours :eek:

    John:cheers:
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    Thanos your in box is FULL! .. tried twice and...

    Thanos your in box is FULL! .. tried twice and sent an email too.

    Dennis: Apologies for breaking the thread, trying to get Thanos as in #1088

    Take care

    John:typing:
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    Thanks Bruce, appreciate the prompt responce. ...

    Thanks Bruce, appreciate the prompt responce.

    Look after yourself

    John:typing:
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    Hi Dennis - I find there is just no need with...

    Hi Dennis - I find there is just no need with BT40 tooling, it fits and grips like a dream even with heavy machining too. The two different thickness rings I have are now gathering dust.
    ...
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    Hi Thanos - Drop me a PM ;)

    Hi Thanos - Drop me a PM ;)
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    Hi Dennis - Just catching up on your recent...

    Hi Dennis - Just catching up on your recent threads :)

    Glad to see you're starting to use the mill now.

    As for tooling just about all my tooling is BT40 (Mainly Bison) and can't think how many...
  8. If it helps I've got a scale drawing of the...

    If it helps I've got a scale drawing of the location pin, just drop me a PM with your email and I'll email it over.

    John :typing:
  9. Hi A_M ... Glad to hear you want to get your...

    Hi A_M ... Glad to hear you want to get your hands dirty :D

    You've a much better choice where you are in the US than here in the UK (Now anyway) but what comes across to me is you really need to...
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    Personally I find it a little strange the...

    Personally I find it a little strange the 3HP/2.2Kw is struggling.

    What's the belt type and drive layout?

    John:typing:
  11. One thing about Covid19 ... Plenty of time to...

    One thing about Covid19 ... Plenty of time to finish projects.

    Piston seal changed and control panel cleaned and sprayed.

    284421 284422 284423

    284424 284425

    Now cleaning up tooling and...
  12. Hi, no I don't mean that ... Put an advert on...

    Hi, no I don't mean that ... Put an advert on Homeworkshop asking if anyone has one of these motors (List type/spec and machine)

    I'm sure someone will answer your request bearing fruit :)
    ...
  13. As Tom says above I think your best bet is to...

    As Tom says above I think your best bet is to place the motor. As Brook Crompton is very common in the UK you shouldn't struggle too much.

    Consider putting an advert on "Home Workshop". You may...
  14. Hi Mark Thanks for your various notes. J&S...

    Hi Mark

    Thanks for your various notes. J&S were not answering their phones this morning so I contacted Jubilee Machine Tools and ordered a pair of Walker seals from them at £39.95 + VAT (Now...
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    I needed one too for my 8EL ... first one didn't...

    I needed one too for my 8EL ... first one didn't work as the leather I bought was too soft and strechy ...

    Second one I made with 3/4mm leather and it was more than "Man enough" to cope with the...
  16. Hi Mark Thanks for the comments - much...

    Hi Mark

    Thanks for the comments - much appreciated! ;)

    The table came clear with more effort - a combination of suction and not totally appreciating the weight.

    After some cleaning, heres...
  17. Hi folk Now at the stage of removing the table...

    Hi folk

    Now at the stage of removing the table for inspection / cleaning. I've removed the table attachment bolts at each end of the piston rod but the table still does nt want to lift off ...
    ...
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    IMHO there is very little to say here Andy other...

    IMHO there is very little to say here Andy other than praise for Nina's attitude and support.

    Thanks for sharing, very refreshing :) ... and take care!

    John:typing:
  19. Interesting Bruce ... they were there during...

    Interesting Bruce ... they were there during "Daylight" hours yesterday.

    Take care in these strange times

    John:typing:
  20. Decided to go the whole hog and strip the Fine...

    Decided to go the whole hog and strip the Fine feed vertical wheel (What else would you do when you're in isolation?)

    The handle itself is held on the pinion shaft with both a spring pin and a...
  21. Hi Tyrone Can't see a manufactures plate on it...

    Hi Tyrone

    Can't see a manufactures plate on it so sadly can't answer your question :(

    Take care

    John:typing:
  22. The cleaning continues ... The rotatable bezel...

    The cleaning continues ...

    The rotatable bezel around the Vertical Feed handwheel was jammed solid with congeiled oil.

    The first part of the strip down was to remove the three very small cap...
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    Well I'm led to believe the order for five Boeing...

    Well I'm led to believe the order for five Boeing Wedgetail's for the British Royal Air Force has been shelved in the last week.

    John:typing:
  24. Thanks JZ - Appreciate your posting :) ...

    Thanks JZ - Appreciate your posting :)

    John:typing:
  25. Many thanks Richard, I fitted the bottom tool...

    Many thanks Richard, I fitted the bottom tool clamp because I "Expected" it like the standard scraper so I'll take that part off and keep it as a spare part (Note to self, there was not one showing...
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