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    SA Sold to Racingtadpole. Thanks, Kryn

    Sold to Racingtadpole.
    Thanks,
    Kryn
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    SA Frejoth Lathe

    I need to clean up some storage space and unfortunately I don't have time to assemble this Lathe.
    NOTE this requires a real good clean, (rusty surfaces), paint and assembly.
    I think it's about 9 X...
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    Hi Grahame, I don't think farmers would drill...

    Hi Grahame, I don't think farmers would drill holes in them, they'd oxy/plasma the holes as required, it's easier for them. They are high tensile steel to start off with.
    My guess, dealing with...
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    Hi BC, it was I, who had it closed down, there...

    Hi BC, it was I, who had it closed down, there were 2 or 3 who were interested in it, but the rest were sort of bellyaching about it, they weren't bothered looking at it, it wasn't there cup of tea...
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    I find it plausible as; Definition: GTM (Gross...

    I find it plausible as;
    Definition: GTM (Gross Towing Mass) is the mass transmitted to the ground by the tyres of the trailer when coupled to a towing vehicle and carrying the maximum load...
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    SA GAF transport

    If anyone in the Melbourne area is wanting a set, and worried about the postage weight, I can take them over and deliver sometime after Michael gets them from the foundry.
    I've already ordered my 2...
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    SA Hi I'll take the MEW's PLEASE. Could you PM me...

    Hi I'll take the MEW's PLEASE. Could you PM me your address and contact details, please?
    Will pick up this weekend, possibly Saturday afternoon, if that's convenient?
    Regards,
    Kryn
  8. Expression of Interest in a Workshop Grinding Section

    In here, https://metalworkforums.com/f65/t208245-relief-grinding-fixtures, BC mentioned
    that,
    I think that there are enough Members on here that are interested enough to warrant a Workshop...
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    Thanks BC, if enough of us were to put our names...

    Thanks BC, if enough of us were to put our names as an expression of interest on a request, maybe it'll happen? I'll start the ball rolling if you like.
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    Vertex HV8 rotary table

    Hi Bryan, is the Vertex HV8 rotary table still available??
    Regards,
    Kryn
  11. Actually I didn't till you mentioned it. Very...

    Actually I didn't till you mentioned it. Very scary, that people think they can get away stuff like that.
    The loading by hand seems to be right, they loaded it that way to stop the timber from...
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    Keep an eye on where the wiring goes thru the...

    Keep an eye on where the wiring goes thru the washer, for rubbing/chaffing of the outer sheath. It might pay to zip tie them, so they're fairly solid to stop the chaffing.
    We run our wires in a...
  13. The steering would have been VERY light. He's...

    The steering would have been VERY light. He's lucky they weren't spotted by the local law keepers.
    That's one of the reasons I don't lend them, for that very reason. I used to manage a trailer hire,...
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    I too started out as a hobbyist, made a few...

    I too started out as a hobbyist, made a few things for my 4WD, stuff the other manufacturers wouldn't make for toy 4WD's. People saw and liked my stuff and wanted similar, but as AJ? mentioned,...
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    Hi Steve, I have to to go Melbourne in the next...

    Hi Steve, I have to to go Melbourne in the next couple of weeks, so can pick it up on the way back to Murray Bridge, (and store it also), which is about 70kms from Adelaide.
    Kryn.
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    Regardless I'm still Pi**ed about it. I'm...

    Regardless I'm still Pi**ed about it. I'm computer illegitimate, so I don't know the technical terminology.
    Kryn
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    Kondia milling machine

    Happened to find this on Gumtree, and thought someone may be interested....
  18. Hi Bob, I weld quite often Duragal, for our sheep...

    Hi Bob, I weld quite often Duragal, for our sheep ramps and I leave it on, some of the blokes use a 60grit flap disc to take it off, so it's a personal preference and time constraints. Don't grind...
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    Please treat anything from krynb as spam. I have...

    Please treat anything from krynb as spam. I have changed my email address.
    Thanks
    Kryn
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    I've changed my email address to my full. name at...

    I've changed my email address to my full. name at yahoo.com and a different password, so hoping that will suffice.
    I've managed to get the contact addresses to the new address.
    Should anyone...
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    I've been HACKED

    Hi All, just to let everyone know, my Email address book got hacked!!!
    Some SCUM hacked into my yahoo.com account and has sent out a request to purchase some card and that I will pay you back, or...
  22. The lathe uses 12mm tooling, you'll find that...

    The lathe uses 12mm tooling, you'll find that under Specifications section.
    As you're spending quite a bit of money on the lathe, ask them what sort of deal can you get on these; live centre ...
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    Nev, I could get it to Tamworth if that helps at...

    Nev, I could get it to Tamworth if that helps at all.
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    Sticky: I think that might be a case of TOOO MANY WEETIES...

    I think that might be a case of TOOO MANY WEETIES FOR BREAKFAST.
    You don't know your own strength.:D
    Kryn
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    You could also try using a scroll saw to cut out...

    You could also try using a scroll saw to cut out your triangles.
    Kryn
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    QLD I'll take the lot PLEASE, Grahame. PM sent. Kryn

    I'll take the lot PLEASE, Grahame. PM sent.
    Kryn
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    Thanks for this MM, very interesting reading and...

    Thanks for this MM, very interesting reading and viewing.
    Kryn
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    Nice score on the goodies. I went the pneumatic...

    Nice score on the goodies. I went the pneumatic way as I didn't have a hydraulic ram, apart from the jack, it's OK, but slow.
    If you look on EBay, you can find hydraulic power packs designed for...
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    VIC Hi Damien, I'll take them thank you, PM...

    Hi Damien, I'll take them thank you, PM sent/phone contact.
    Kryn
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    Pipe bending varies quite a bit, depending on the...

    Pipe bending varies quite a bit, depending on the pipe, being LIGHT WALL, MED, HEAVY, ETC., even the coating can vary the parameters slightly.
    You can get close to within a few millimetres, but...
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    Helpful Pipe Bending Information

    Thanks to Grahame for finding this in relation to pipe bending, allowances, spring back etc....
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    Hi Nigel, I may be wrong, but, in your pic...

    Hi Nigel, I may be wrong, but, in your pic 398484, the roller under the floor purlins, I feel, should be the other way up. The reasoning is that the weight being on the outside away from the purlins,...
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    Hi Nigel, a thought is to fabricate something...

    Hi Nigel, a thought is to fabricate something similar to an "A", where the top of the "A" carries the beam and the bottom has a couple of rollers sitting on the mezz beam, you can gain extra height...
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    Nice work, amazing what can be made from...

    Nice work, amazing what can be made from "donations".
    To roller mount the beam to the mezzanine, that would be a great idea, makes it FAR more usable. Can't quite tell if the stuff on top of the...
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    Adelaide - Melbourne - Adelaide

    Heading to Melbourne and return with a trailer and tray top, if anyone has anything to go either way, can vary the where too to a certain extent ie, Mount Gambier, Riverland etc,
    Will be going about...
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    Keep an eye on Gumtree or you local Facebook BS&S...

    Keep an eye on Gumtree or you local Facebook BS&S for a dusty, have seen them here for around $50 or so. Similar to this.
    398434
    Kryn
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    Even the movement on the arm of the saw would...

    Even the movement on the arm of the saw would negate any form of required consistency. IMHO
    Kryn
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    Welcome to a top Forum. Kryn

    Welcome to a top Forum.
    Kryn
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    When you say some spray painting, how long does...

    When you say some spray painting, how long does it take to paint the item and how often, this is a deciding factor as it's the one item that can use a lot of air.
    I have a Peerless belt drive, can't...
  40. VIC Hi Chris, I'll put up my hand for them thank you....

    Hi Chris, I'll put up my hand for them thank you. PM following
    Kryn
  41. Found this on google for you; Bakelite continues...

    Found this on google for you;
    Bakelite continues to be used for wire insulation, brake pads and related automotive components, and industrial electrical-related applications.
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    Thanks Steve, certainly was a bargain, it...

    Thanks Steve, certainly was a bargain, it probably was used around the end of WW2 at a guess.
    Kryn
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    Thanks for the how you acquired it, what was your...

    Thanks for the how you acquired it, what was your offer? Not to be nosy, just curious:D
    Kryn
  44. I bought a powered wire stripper, all the frame...

    I bought a powered wire stripper, all the frame is made of plastic, 1st couple of times I used it, it went well, tonight I went to strip more and the cutting wheel moves off centre. The plastic is...
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    Would it be possible to get a member who lives...

    Would it be possible to get a member who lives close by, that knows what they're looking at/for, to have a look for you??
    Kryn
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    What sort of budget are we looking at???...

    What sort of budget are we looking at???
    https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/port-macquarie/miscellaneous-goods/tool-cutter-grinder-hafco-g198-universal/1293604240...
  47. Thread: Tool ID

    by KBs PensNmore
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    They are sheet metal stakes, used for forming...

    They are sheet metal stakes, used for forming different features in the metal. The ones with a sharp edge are for folding the metal, usually tin plate, so that you can fit wire to the edge as in a...
  48. Hi Bryan, Your choice of 100X50X3 for the main...

    Hi Bryan, Your choice of 100X50X3 for the main frame will be OK as it's a single axle.
    For the Springs, I'd look at their capacity first, that then eliminates the likes of 7 leaf slippers and the...
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    VIC Dunno about a hatchback, but they'll fit in the...

    Dunno about a hatchback, but they'll fit in the Triton:D
    Kryn
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    I know fuel is expensive, but I gotta GETAWAY....

    I know fuel is expensive, but I gotta GETAWAY. Figured I might as well help a few members out along the way, plus put names and faces to the handles.
    Kryn
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