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  1. #61
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    Default heres a few

    a belt sander attachment i brought from a discount shop for $30
    Attachment 184920

    plus a tool holder i got yesterday with a qctp. Im not shore what this one is for.
    Attachment 184923Attachment 184924

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    $30 for a linishing belt attachment, good score one of the handiest tools in the workshop me thinks.

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    i think is going to be great a grabbed 2 just in case. i noticed you had a few belts in your work shop.
    do you run your of a grinder

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    Nice pick up with the $30 belt linisher, as Kraits said, very handy addition to the workshop.

    Here's my latest gloat... an Omer Robbins 12" x 6" compound sine table for the surface grinder. Heavy bugger.. 84lbs







    I like the USAF name plate, now I need to find an F16 to go with it.

    Regards
    Ray

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    Hi Ray,
    Great news that it made it! So pretty I want one and I dont even have a grinder lol


    Stuart

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    Nice table Ray,

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stustoys View Post
    Hi Ray,
    Great news that it made it! So pretty I want one and I dont even have a grinder lol


    Stuart
    Hi Stuart,

    Thanks Dave.

    Yep, getting prettier....finished cleaning it up, now I need to find a decent set of gage blocks, I can get by with making on-off's but a standard set would be nice...

    Does it never stop...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RayG View Post
    Does it never stop...
    Sure, sooner or later you run out of either space or money lol
    I did see a set of gauge blocks on ebay but they came with two "cages" for clamping the blocks together........ I thought that was a bit of a worry.

    My tool gloat for the day is picking up about 70 new Goliath HSS taps from M3 to M12 with some BSW as well.

    Stuart

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    Well my shed is a little fuller and my wallet a little emptier.
    The base is by Federal with a 0.0001" indictor on it.
    Whats it for? Not really sure but it looked pretty.

    Stuart

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    Default gauge blocks

    i got a round set of up to 1" on ebay for very little i think less than$10



    Quote Originally Posted by RayG View Post
    Hi Stuart,

    Thanks Dave.

    Yep, getting prettier....finished cleaning it up, now I need to find a decent set of gage blocks, I can get by with making on-off's but a standard set would be nice...

    Does it never stop...

    Regards
    Ray

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    hi stuart i would of as well. but ive been trying not to buy things for just in case.reasons

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stustoys View Post
    Well my shed is a little fuller and my wallet a little emptier.
    The base is by Federal with a 0.0001" indictor on it.
    Whats it for? Not really sure but it looked pretty.

    Stuart
    Hi Stuart,

    I'm with Aaron, I would have bought that in an instant, I would think it's a thickness gauge, of course you are going to need gauge blocks to set it up...

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    Ray

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    hi i called it a belt sander because i couldnt spell linisher.
    or maybe spell check cant spell it.
    that sine table looks great what did you use to clean it up.
    aaron

    Quote Originally Posted by RayG View Post
    Hi Stuart,

    Thanks Dave.

    Yep, getting prettier....finished cleaning it up, now I need to find a decent set of gage blocks, I can get by with making on-off's but a standard set would be nice...

    Does it never stop...

    Regards
    Ray

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    Quote Originally Posted by azzrock View Post
    that sine table looks great what did you use to clean it up.
    aaron
    Lanox, and a bit of a light polish, just to clean the crap off the reference faces. It was in pretty good condition anyway, I don't think it's ever been used outside a laboratory, maybe it was only ever used for measuring?

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    Ray

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    lanox ill have to look it up. i have a feeling its a lanolin preservative spay product.
    it was a well done job.

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