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    JEEZ you're only just over the hill old age be...

    JEEZ you're only just over the hill old age be blowed.
    Kryn
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    Some welding masks have an on - off switch or one...

    Some welding masks have an on - off switch or one that switches between "weld and grind"
    Switching to grind when finished welding for the day or more helps with the life of the battery. Mine lasts...
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    If you haven't gotten someone by the end of the...

    If you haven't gotten someone by the end of the weekend, I'll make them up for you, have plenty of Galv. sheet offcuts here. So send me a PM with your address.
    Regards,
    Kryn
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    Same as listing your location as Australia, I...

    Same as listing your location as Australia, I don't even bother reading your post.
    Kryn
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    Thanks for the report. There's a real art in...

    Thanks for the report. There's a real art in using manual machines, as you say "perfection on a manual machine is just so much more satisfying." Like laying down the perfect stick weld, when the...
  6. I for one wouldn't mind seeing the difference on...

    I for one wouldn't mind seeing the difference on a "better" quality tip that Elan offered you.
    The price on Bangood is nearly half that of flea bay!!!!
    What's a TV, haven't seen one for nearly 2...
  7. Thanks for the report, on both the microscope and...

    Thanks for the report, on both the microscope and the carbide tips. Interesting reading.
    Just had a quick look on flea bay and not to badly priced either.
    Kryn
  8. Greg and others, if you get really stuck for one,...

    Greg and others, if you get really stuck for one, you could make your own by Rotary Broaching. Here's a link to You Tube for How To Do It...
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    AutoCAD 2020 does a free "student" version, good...

    AutoCAD 2020 does a free "student" version, good for 3 years I think it is.
    I've down loaded it but can't seem to get my head around it so I go back to my 2000 virgin.
    Kryn
  10. Bit hard to tell from the pic, but is the cutting...

    Bit hard to tell from the pic, but is the cutting edge ground back a thou or so, or is it the periphery of the cutter ground???
    Kryn
  11. All I've ever done, is given the metal a good...

    All I've ever done, is given the metal a good clean with turps or similar, make sure it dries off, then give it 2 good coat of a red oxide primer, I think my last one was with the Kilrust brand.
    I...
  12. What I meant by that comment, was that the...

    What I meant by that comment, was that the drawbar is directly connected to the spring hanger. This idea came in some time ago as it was found that chassis were cracking between the drawbar and...
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    It is legal to have the accelerator pedal on the...

    It is legal to have the accelerator pedal on the left hand side, there are plenty of amputees that have no right foot.
    Steve is NOT wanting to swap or move the brake pedal, just move the...
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    Will it be too hard to swap the pedal from side...

    Will it be too hard to swap the pedal from side to side??
    If it is, what you're wanting to achieve is that the pedal swings up through 180 degrees or thereabouts to get it out of the way for your...
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    Any chance of a pic of your pedal assy please,...

    Any chance of a pic of your pedal assy please, would make it easier to come up with proper ideas. I presume that the DBW controller is away from the pedal assy?
    If it's in the one unit, would it be...
  16. Sorry I should have mentioned this in my earlier...

    Sorry I should have mentioned this in my earlier post.
    Instead of using 3 mm for the side sheeting of the mudguard, I'd go 1.6 or similar, helps keep the weight down. Make the whole mudguard out of...
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    Quite possibly a hard spot in there, drilling the...

    Quite possibly a hard spot in there, drilling the holes around the edge just allowed the teeth to do there job and cut through it.
    Sometimes a bit of "swarf" and lubricant combined is enough to...
  18. Your ideas are OK. Your chassis rails and drawbar...

    Your ideas are OK. Your chassis rails and drawbar could be made from 3 mm, which would be sufficient, otherwise your trailer will be overloaded before you put anything on it. We use 3 mm for the main...
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    You could also use PVC pipe, if it's too small...

    You could also use PVC pipe, if it's too small cut a slit down the side, and if it's too large cut a piece out of the sides and use 2-3 hose clamps to hold it in place while you run a heat gun over...
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    Hi Neevo, just thought I'd let you know the Good...

    Hi Neevo, just thought I'd let you know the Good news and the Bad news. Good news I got the chuck today, the bad news is that I fixed it in about 1.5 hours and you're not getting it back:D.
    I think...
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    The jig gets used quite often, 3 holes per plate....

    The jig gets used quite often, 3 holes per plate. It's used for making the clearance light plates on trailers. Recently did 22 plates for the one trailer, some take only 6 but on average about 10 per...
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    Thanks Adam, I'm getting Michael to make up some...

    Thanks Adam, I'm getting Michael to make up some for me.
    Thanks again.
    Kryn
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    I suppose it would do, just a matter of finding...

    I suppose it would do, just a matter of finding some that size. 4.85 mm or .191" could be a tricky thing to find. Will speak to the bearing blokes tomorrow.
    Thanks,
    Kryn
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    What size tap handle do you use to get a twist...

    What size tap handle do you use to get a twist like that in it????
    Kryn
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    Hardened Drill Guides

    Wanting to buy 3 drill guides, size number 11 for the pop rivets, if anyone has a few laying around. Preferably with a collar to stop them falling through.
    Can't seem to find them on Fleabuy, either...
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    Thanks for letting us know how you got on with...

    Thanks for letting us know how you got on with the job.:2tsup:
    Kryn
  27. Thanks for the interesting how you did it report...

    Thanks for the interesting how you did it report and pics.:2tsup:
    I think the design choice was "we're out of counter sunk's but a cap screw will still do the same job".:doh:Makes you wonder about...
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    Hi Crocy, I presume that the handles will be made...

    Hi Crocy, I presume that the handles will be made from wood??
    The way that I'd do the drilling part is to first drill a pilot hole then use the tapered drill to bring it to size. As you haven't...
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    They would mount to a wall so that you don't have...

    They would mount to a wall so that you don't have the inlet airline flopping around, instead of using saddles and the like.
    The double one would be handy by the lathe, to run your mister while you...
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    Nice one Steve. One thing I forgot to mention,...

    Nice one Steve. One thing I forgot to mention, was that I welded a nut (for a length of 12mm rod as a stopper) on the end of the angle piece away from the blade to allow me to cut multiple pieces the...
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    Thanks Dave. Have reloaded the pics, so if...

    Thanks Dave. Have reloaded the pics, so if someone could let me know if they came through OK, PLEASE. Haven't had trouble before loading pics??
    Kryn
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    Trent Buddle has shifted a few things for us,...

    Trent Buddle has shifted a few things for us, mainly Guilos and Brake press. He's based in Murray Bridge and has several trucks and a Franna Crane to help move machinery, and basically will go...
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    I googled pipe welding roller stands, and came up...

    I googled pipe welding roller stands, and came up with a lot of information/pics
    HTH
    Kryn
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    A Couple of mods for the Bandsaw

    Happened to see this idea in an email from somewhere and thought I'd share it here.

    Have used milling clamps in H/V for years... Some set-ups are impossible to clamp with the original clamp. The...
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    Sorry Steve just saw your question. The angle...

    Sorry Steve just saw your question. The angle plate butts up to the fixed jaw but has a stop that catches on the fixed jaw at the blade end. If you try it without the stop, the angle plate just...
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    Manuals Galore

    Found this in an email that was from another forum. There are a LOT of manuals on this site, it's his own personal collection that he scanned and set up.
    Igor's index of metalworking and electrical...
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    If you have a tow bar manufacturer near by, they...

    If you have a tow bar manufacturer near by, they may have the seamless stuff, otherwise it's file and die grinder type of work to remove the seam.
    Kryn
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    That's OK if you know how to use/set up CNC:?...

    That's OK if you know how to use/set up CNC:?
    Kryn
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    Sorry can't help you with the Ball Oiler sizes,...

    Sorry can't help you with the Ball Oiler sizes, but your pics didn't come out.
    Suggest that you use the Forums insertion of pics.
    Kryn
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    Thanks for that. We have something similar under...

    Thanks for that. We have something similar under our verandah over the kitchen window, a pair of nesting doves. So far raised about a dozen sets of little ones. They tried to nest in SWMBO's little...
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    Nice score. I think it belongs to my Horizontal...

    Nice score.
    I think it belongs to my Horizontal Mill, because that doesn't have a name on it either:D
    Kryn
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    Thanks neevo, what would it weigh approx, to...

    Thanks neevo, what would it weigh approx, to roughly work out postage.
    Is it an independant jaw one? Would it be possible to email me some pics please, will PM my email address.
    Thanks again.
    Kryn
  43. Thanks for asking Michael and the reply Grahame,...

    Thanks for asking Michael and the reply Grahame, I've been contemplating which idea was best.
    Kryn
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    3 jaw chuck

    Wanting to buy a 3 jaw chuck that's beyond use for turning, prefer a face plate type of mount. Looking for something with about 30 mm bore, to use on a welding rotator.
    Thanks,
    Kryn
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    That thing reminds me of my first wife, except...

    That thing reminds me of my first wife, except when you shut it down, it stops whining!!!:D
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    Hi Bob, happened to see this on You tube, and...

    Hi Bob, happened to see this on You tube, and thought it could be a start for you.
    A home made lifting table, made from wood, but could be made from metal also....
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    That would put a whole new meaning to the word...

    That would put a whole new meaning to the word JET ski:D
    Kryn
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    Certainly made a mess in there!!!! Kryn

    Certainly made a mess in there!!!!
    Kryn
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    Line Boring Video

    Happened to come across this 22 minute video on YouTube, on line boring and repairing a bore for an excavator pin. I found it quite interesting to watch how the bore is built up by automatic MIG...
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