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    I've been through a few squares, from el cheapo...

    I've been through a few squares, from el cheapo to Eclipse, Stanley etc, CHECK that they are square!!!!! I've had a few that were about 3mm out on the long side, also keep it in the centre of your...
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    I'm thrilled with them, have added them to my...

    I'm thrilled with them, have added them to my collection of gear, ready for when I can use them., which might be never but at least I'll have them. Slowly getting a nice collection of measuring...
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    Hi Matt, I've found that most of the magnetic...

    Hi Matt, I've found that most of the magnetic "clamps" are useless, they fill up with metal very easily, trying to use them on heavy material, they don't hold well. Mind you the ones I'm referring to...
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    A very nice collection that you managed to...

    A very nice collection that you managed to get.:2tsup:
    Kryn
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    Nice work, that should sort your bricks out,...

    Nice work, that should sort your bricks out, hopefully they won't fall through the tines.:2tsup:
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    Item number one could be from anything totally...

    Item number one could be from anything totally unrelated to your lathe, possibly gotten from the scrap pile to make something else out of.
    Number 2, appears to possibly be a locking block of some...
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    Thought I'd try here first, and thought someone...

    Thought I'd try here first, and thought someone on here may have cleaned up somewhere or bought an auction lot and found one in their stash.:D
    Never know what people are hoarding, stashing away for...
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    If it snaps the mudguards off, then it/they would...

    If it snaps the mudguards off, then it/they would have fallen off soon or later.
    Kryn
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    Brobo 350 Outer Guard.

    Wondering if anyone has an Outer guard and linkages for a Brobo 350 Cold Saw, or know where we could get one.
    Ours is missing, and Worksafe have prohibited its use till the guard is fitted.
    Thanks...
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    X2 Mini mill table width 93mm, 3 T slots, 12mm...

    X2 Mini mill table width 93mm, 3 T slots, 12mm wide with no mention of their centres.
    Kryn
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    Do you believe in that stuff?? Isn't that a part...

    Do you believe in that stuff?? Isn't that a part of Witchcraft, I wouldn't put a hex on it, it mightn't work ever.:D
    Kryn
  12. You should be in a position to be able to see the...

    You should be in a position to be able to see the end of the electrode, whilst welding. I've been known, as do some others, to bend the electrode to put it into a better more comfortable for the...
  13. Had a seniors moment where I couldn't think of...

    Had a seniors moment where I couldn't think of the word opposite to reduction!!! WELL that's my excuse anyway.
    Thanks Ralph and Bob.
    Kryn
  14. There's nothing wrong with the welds there. My...

    There's nothing wrong with the welds there. My only suggestion, from a strength point is that next time I'd start at the open end of the RHS, as it leaves a lump there, which is a bit of extra...
  15. That shouldn't be the case, altering the amps...

    That shouldn't be the case, altering the amps that amount, should be hardly noticeable.
    What welder are you using, is it one of the newer electronic types?
    Kryn
  16. Could someone tell me the ratio of the vertical...

    Could someone tell me the ratio of the vertical head to the horizontal drive, please?
    Asking as I've managed to pick up a vertical head for my unknown make, horizontal 3 speed flat belt drive mill,...
  17. Hi Gazza, thought we'd lost you, nice to see you...

    Hi Gazza, thought we'd lost you, nice to see you back on.:2tsup:
    That weld looks really nice, just a tad to hot. Your weld should preferably have a slight convex (raised) shape to it, your's has a...
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    Odd sized stuff that's not being used and people...

    Odd sized stuff that's not being used and people requiring the use of one but not wanting to outlay big bucks for one.
    Could be the start of a small business for you.:D
    Kryn
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    If you've stuff like that laying around, maybe...

    If you've stuff like that laying around, maybe you want to look at hiring them out.
    Never know there could be a market for that type of thing??:D
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    Great work Ray. Only problem is that the part is...

    Great work Ray. Only problem is that the part is so strong, what will she break next.:D
    Kryn
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    We do, it's called DCB, (Don't Come Back), as the...

    We do, it's called DCB, (Don't Come Back), as the Apprentice who had a REAL attitude problem found out. We wire buff the welds prior to cold galving, he'd run the wire brush up and down a couple of...
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    I thought I had a copy of the manuel, but it...

    I thought I had a copy of the manuel, but it turns out it was only one sheet with details of bearings wheels etc.
    Maybe Eric will come on and download the copy for all of us.
    Kryn
  23. Does it need to be that particular shape? I have...

    Does it need to be that particular shape? I have a couple of round over router bits that are approx 25mm radius (from memory), if they're of any help?
    Kryn
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    Aaron, Your Inbox is full, you'll need to delete...

    Aaron, Your Inbox is full, you'll need to delete some messages
    Kryn
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    OOPS forgot about that one:oo: Kryn

    OOPS forgot about that one:oo:
    Kryn
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    By taking the cover off, you could get a slap in...

    By taking the cover off, you could get a slap in the face, if a belt breaks.
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    Makes the 4" grinder look very small. Kryn

    Makes the 4" grinder look very small.
    Kryn
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    You're right Karl, some don't want to be told,...

    You're right Karl, some don't want to be told, they think they know better.
    Today was a good example, loading a sheep ramp onto the trailer, we make the ramp part separate, then load it onto its...
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    Hi Gavin,you've a nice problem there. When you...

    Hi Gavin,you've a nice problem there.
    When you tried belting the brass out, did you have the steel part supported in any way? Asking, as you may have set the brass enough that is jammed in there...
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    I'll take them, thanks Aaron. Could you PM me...

    I'll take them, thanks Aaron.
    Could you PM me the postage cost, PLEASE.
    Kryn
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    It might help if the sizes of the tool holders...

    It might help if the sizes of the tool holders was mentioned, please.
    Kryn
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    Thanks China, maybe I should get the boss to do...

    Thanks China, maybe I should get the boss to do the same, make them do several welding tests.
    As Karl mentioned having papers means nothing. I've had several jobs, where I said right up front that I...
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    If you can't get it off as a salvageable item,...

    If you can't get it off as a salvageable item, these can be bought from various places. I always get this sort of Item from UES International. They have branches in every state.
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    HTH
    Kryn
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    These "boily's" welds to me are atrocious, seen...

    These "boily's" welds to me are atrocious, seen better on here from someone with NO experience. When I weld the RHS into a "T" I can get nice neat almost flat welds, these blokes welds are very lumpy...
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    We have a couple of "Boily's" that make a large...

    We have a couple of "Boily's" that make a large production of making a 3 axis item. I made square jigs for them to clamp stuff to and they still manage to get it wrong. Trying to hold and tack seem...
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    Do you know what brand it is? If it's brand new,...

    Do you know what brand it is? If it's brand new, returning it would be the order of the day, as it would be unacceptable to use.
    Kryn
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    The contactor is the main switch gear for the...

    The contactor is the main switch gear for the internals. It supplies current to the gas solenoid, the wire feeder and the transformer to supply your welding current.
    When you squeeze the trigger,...
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    WELCOME to a TOP FORUM and thanks for the decent...

    WELCOME to a TOP FORUM and thanks for the decent intro. It's nice to know the background of the members.
    Look forward to seeing pics and WIP reports.
    Kryn
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    End mill sharpening device

    Got this in an email and thought the members on here might be interested.
    It's from Harold Hall, some of the members who have been on here a long time may have seen it before....
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    Looks like a chain tensioning device??

    Looks like a chain tensioning device??
  41. Looks like a modified Valve rocker as you'd find...

    Looks like a modified Valve rocker as you'd find in your car engine. Not sure but I think engines with OHC (Over Head Cam/s) might be a likely donor.
    HTH
    Kryn
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    3 axis welding clamp

    Had this emailed to me and thought I'd share it. We all know what it's like trying to hold and tack 3 pieces of metal all square to each other at once. Nigh on impossible, so hopefully this will...
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    Probably a thread into the placy fuel tank? Or...

    Probably a thread into the placy fuel tank? Or that the black thing may have some sort of "O" ring in it, that fits into the tank?
    If you get to pull it apart, let us know so that we'll all know....
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    Hi and Welcome to a TOP FORUM. It sounds as if...

    Hi and Welcome to a TOP FORUM. It sounds as if you have a problem in the Contactor.
    MigOMags rarely give any problems. I've had a similar situation where the wire feeder would only work when the...
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    I've had a similar problem, 2 different overall...

    I've had a similar problem, 2 different overall lengths and angles in a collet of the same size. Have located the article I did and pasted it here for your reference....
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    Can't help you with the material, but try your...

    Can't help you with the material, but try your local scrappy for a brass gate valve. Probably 50mm would be about the size you're looking for, as it's 60mm OD, which should machine the hex down to...
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    I've seen similar stuff that at first glance it...

    I've seen similar stuff that at first glance it looks the real deal, only upon closer inspection that a letter has been added or deleted. The biggest problem is that sometimes when looking on evil...
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    Welcome Gustavo. In your picture;...

    Welcome Gustavo. In your picture; https://metalworkforums.com/redirect-to/?redirect=http%3A%2F%2Fthumbs.subefotos.com%2F0a846fd8e37aef4f2d0b452186218f1eo.jpg, it appears that your tube/pipe is not...
  49. I can remember my first pay packet, $12.60 after...

    I can remember my first pay packet, $12.60 after tax. I can remember my bank details from 20+ years ago, but have trouble lately with passwords, so I write them down.
    Only trouble is trying to...
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    The bloke I work for bought similar to what you...

    The bloke I work for bought similar to what you had linked, supposed to be similar life span.
    He had 8 of which 6 lasted only 2-8 months. Not sure as to why they died.
    Kryn
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