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    weldsmart 2000ds parts- moved to Welding

    Attempting to post Kimf's 3 pics of his wire drive.

    Ok these are side mounts and the possible replacement is a bottom mount.

    Regarding the insulation ,what comes immediately to mind is a...
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    First things first. Hi Rob, Welcome to the...

    First things first.
    Hi Rob,
    Welcome to the Metalwork Forums.

    To help explore the areas of our forum here's a guide on to to navigate our Forum and find all the goodies.

    Goto the FORUM box in...
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    Hi Rusty, Welcome to the Metalwork Forum. Thanks...

    Hi Rusty,
    Welcome to the Metalwork Forum. Thanks for taking the time to introduce yourself and letting us know the metal work types you are interested in.

    To explore the other areas of our forum...
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    Hi GarageCowboy A big welcome to the...

    Hi GarageCowboy

    A big welcome to the forum.Please feel free to tell us about yourself and what you are interests in MetalWork wise.

    To help explore all the areas of our forum here's a guide on...
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    Hi Dastardly, Welcome to the Metalwork Forums. ...

    Hi Dastardly,
    Welcome to the Metalwork Forums.

    To help explore the areas of our forum here's a guide on to to navigate our Forum and find all the goodies.

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    This is what I should have posted. ...

    This is what I should have posted.

    https://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/publications/having-electrical-work-done

    Agree or disagree with it, it is the law.
  7. The electrodes are fine , what about the steel? ...

    The electrodes are fine , what about the steel?

    Who made that steel and the standards it was made to, may be a significant factor to the discussion. About a decade ago there was a lot of...
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    I think the problem is with your computer rather...

    I think the problem is with your computer rather than a fault in the forum.

    Try researching this link to fix Error 403.
    ...
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    I was trying to furnish a reference re legality...

    I was trying to furnish a reference re legality of diy wiring wiring for steves home state. .Even though it has a mining reference it still reads pretty clearly.
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    Hi Steve, We are a funny lot here. Don't take...

    Hi Steve,
    We are a funny lot here. Don't take our comments the wrong way.

    We have an aversion to seeing other members becoming fatalities or badly injuring themselves or burning down their house....
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    Disclaimer

    DISCLAIMER

    No liability is accepted by UBeaut or the MetalWork Forum's administrators
    or moderators for advice offered by members posting replies
    or asking questions regarding...
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    Hi Halifax614 Welcome to our MetalWork Forums....

    Hi Halifax614

    Welcome to our MetalWork Forums.

    To help explore the areas of our forum here's a guide on to to navigate our Forum and find the rest of the sub forums and help pages that make up...
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    Hi Ernie Hatt Welcome to the MetalWork forums....

    Hi Ernie Hatt
    Welcome to the MetalWork forums.

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  14. Gday Tris Welcome to the Metalwork Forums. ...

    Gday Tris

    Welcome to the Metalwork Forums.

    It is good to have another traditional pocket knife bloke here on the MetalWork Forums. I am sure there are more traditional pocket knife blokes...
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    Hi Stu, Welcome to the MetalWork forums. In...

    Hi Stu,

    Welcome to the MetalWork forums.

    In case you weren't aware of the extent of the current Forum here is a guide to exploring it.

    If you click on the down arrow in the FORUM box -Top...
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    Get used to your lathe, and work out what you...

    Get used to your lathe, and work out what you actually do with it before you spend a bunch of $ on tools that don't actually work for the jobs you do.

    I would go with the HSS tools first. There's...
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    Hi betchernOt, Welcome to the MetalWork...

    Hi betchernOt,

    Welcome to the MetalWork Forums,

    The following is a guide to getting started on the forum.

    If you click on the down arrow in the FORUM box -Top LH corner

    A pull down menu...
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    Hi Bernmc Welcome to the MetalWork forums ...

    Hi Bernmc

    Welcome to the MetalWork forums


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    Hi Johhny 808 We have a great bunch of members...

    Hi Johhny 808

    We have a great bunch of members who are always ready to help a fellow member.

    There plenty to look at by going to FORUM in the left top CNR and click FORUM HOME.

    The page...
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    Hi, Great job! Well worth the effort you put...

    Hi,
    Great job!

    Well worth the effort you put into it and something that shall be accurate and reliable for a very long time.

    Grahame
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    Hi Steve, Welcome to the Metalwork Forums. To...

    Hi Steve,
    Welcome to the Metalwork Forums.

    To help explore the areas of our forum here's a guide on to to navigate our Forum and find all the goodies.

    Goto the FORUM box in the top left hand...
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    Hi Caddy, Welcome to the Metalwork Forums. ...

    Hi Caddy,

    Welcome to the Metalwork Forums.

    To help explore the areas of our forum here's a guide on to to navigate our Forum and find all the goodies.

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    Hi Wombatventures, Welcome to the Metalwork...

    Hi Wombatventures,

    Welcome to the Metalwork Forums.

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    Would the Mig be a 125 amp ESAB unit? Made in...

    Would the Mig be a 125 amp ESAB unit?

    Made in UK ? Perhaps the wiring was done by Lucas, the Prince of Darkness:D:D:D.
    If ya need something to put the smoke back in the wiring.


    387178

    ...
  25. Hi Craig. Well sort of. The program has a built...

    Hi Craig.
    Well sort of. The program has a built in moderation which operates a bit quirky at times.It was supposed to prevent someone from joining and posting spam. It was first set up so a poster...
  26. Another one of these "how did we do emails" from...

    Another one of these "how did we do emails" from Auspost.

    Well I tried to tell them that they left a $350 item on my front porch when it was specifically stated that I would need to be home to to...
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    Hi Peter, Are we are talking about the outboard...

    Hi Peter,
    Are we are talking about the outboard side.? The interchangeable gear train area ,maybe?

    Thats where I would reckon a key way would likely be found? The end of one of the shafts or...
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    Sad news indeed. Thanks for letting the forum...

    Sad news indeed.

    Thanks for letting the forum know.

    Vale Spiros
  29. Guys , This discussion has been moved over here...

    Guys ,
    This discussion has been moved over here to Off Topic.OK?

    I agree this topic really is important .Important for AUSTRALIA.
    Normally I would put the damper on such discussion, but for...
  30. Remainder of the GMF posts moved to MetalWork Projects sub forum

    Find the GMF posts in MetalWork Projects
  31. Hi Barry What about using the base to make up...

    Hi Barry

    What about using the base to make up a portable shop stand. Chop the rest up into bits the wheely bin can take.

    I had one that I removed the castors from and used it as a out feed...
  32. Good job on the GMF history. That will make it...

    Good job on the GMF history.

    That will make it easier for the many who own a GMF or are seeking looking one, to identify them.

    Well done!

    Grahame
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    Hi Matthew Thank goodness you are OK. After...

    Hi Matthew

    Thank goodness you are OK. After not hearing from you for a while, we were beginning to worry.

    Nice to have you back.

    Grahame
  34. Hi Barry, What is it? A gas lift chair/stool...

    Hi Barry,

    What is it? A gas lift chair/stool or a piece of exercise equipment maybe?? I can't imagine it would attach to a Triton product.:?

    The close ups are great but I can't identify the...
  35. Shades of Misson Impossible , the code may have...

    Shades of Misson Impossible , the code may have said :

    "If you have have problems in dealing with your governmemt ,we shall disavow all knowledge of you" :(

    Grahame
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    I like them as well.Top idea. Grahame

    I like them as well.Top idea.

    Grahame
  37. Hi Leaner, What year is your AS 1554.1 If it...

    Hi Leaner,

    What year is your AS 1554.1
    If it is an older one there is every chance that the problem has been queried already and acted upon.To me it sounds very much like a printers error.
    ...
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    Hi Leaner, First up welcome to the Metalwork...

    Hi Leaner,
    First up welcome to the Metalwork forum

    What you have posted suggests that you may be undertaking some welders certification weld self practice testing.

    Are you referring to steel...
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    Hi electroseam, Could it be from the lathe...

    Hi electroseam,

    Could it be from the lathe sitting inactive in the cold weather for a time?

    The belts, like the tires of a car that has sat around for a while, take on a shape and its...
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    Hi Christo74 Welcome to our MetalWork Forums....

    Hi Christo74

    Welcome to our MetalWork Forums.
    With your expertise in machining plastics, hopefully we as members can gain the benefit of your knowledge in this area.

    We have a great bunch of...
  41. Hi Michael, Heres a link to a Morton page that...

    Hi Michael,

    Heres a link to a Morton page that Shedhappens mentioned , that has the address of the manufacturer - I think?

    The Frejoth address has an email.It is right at the bottom of the...
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    No that's not practical. Relate steel making...

    No that's not practical.

    Relate steel making as to how a cake would be made.

    Once the ingredients are mixed in there and baked, that is it. Impossible to remove them without destroying the...
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    I do like this idea and shall try it, just for...

    I do like this idea and shall try it, just for Shitz and Giggles as the yanks say.

    Thanks

    Grahame
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    Hi Azzrock Yes machine out the damaged or...

    Hi Azzrock

    Yes machine out the damaged or corroded bits.

    The term undercut was used by the fitters and turners I worked with when a shaft was cut or turned below its original diameter.

    The...
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    I am reminded of an old saying my Uncle had. ...

    I am reminded of an old saying my Uncle had.

    When something or someone was slow to appear.

    "Its on a slow boat from China". It seems to fit the current times quite well.

    Grahame
  46. Michael Welcome to the MetalWork forums. ...

    Michael

    Welcome to the MetalWork forums.

    You have found a great bunch of blokes who are more than willing to help. We are mainly Australians but have a good measure of people from all over the...
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    A point to consider, is that Commander Keen is...

    A point to consider, is that Commander Keen is limited 1.2 SQMs of wall area, available.

    Using shadow board only, means that only a certain amount of tools can be shadow boarded in that small...
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    CO2? A typo perhaps Do you mean carbon % ? If...

    CO2? A typo perhaps

    Do you mean carbon % ? If you do,and in relation to increasing knife blade hardness, the answer is, not effectively. Reducing carbon % in steel, no,idea.

    I believe...
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    Hi Mr GS
    Welcome to the MetalWork Forum.


    The following is a guide to getting started on the navigation of the forum.

    Click on the down arrow in the FORUM box -Top LH corner of the page.
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    Hi Commander Keen I tended to use a lot of...

    Hi Commander Keen

    I tended to use a lot of steel and ali materials that I had on hand and screwed them to the plywood sheets on the wall of my steel shed.
    Bunnings metal hooks, clip and...
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