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    At least he has a guard fitted, pretty rare in...

    At least he has a guard fitted, pretty rare in that part of the world, no way I would put my fingers there though
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    Here's my silicone flux brush, it's rough and...

    Here's my silicone flux brush, it's rough and ready but does the job:2tsup:

    think I paid $1 from kmart or somewhere similar, has a steel handle and all silicone head.
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    I picked up an older hydraulic one a few months...

    I picked up an older hydraulic one a few months ago from market place for free, bloody handy workbench,
    It's covered in crap now of course:doh:

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    That's how our Bemato is set up too, remove...

    That's how our Bemato is set up too, remove spindle bolt (or nut, can't remember) then screw in the supplied puller and remove spindle and stone as a unit, then tear it down on the bench
  5. Just needs a peanut hopper:2tsup:

    Just needs a peanut hopper:2tsup:
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    There are PDF's available, I easily found one. ...

    There are PDF's available, I easily found one.

    I would post a link but I'm not sure if the copyright has ended, the book is from 1955 so maybe okay..?
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    Sticky: That sounds interesting BobL, I've always had...

    That sounds interesting BobL,

    I've always had a bit of an interest with inorganic chem which is probably why I've been enjoying working under the metallurgists at work.

    What was the purpose of...
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    Sticky: Water Jet

    I've been playing around with the water jet at work in the afternoon when everyone goes home, the plan is to teach myself how to use it.

    I was curious if it would cut some gears so I went to...
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    I met a bloke at a TAFE CNC class on Monday who...

    I met a bloke at a TAFE CNC class on Monday who had 3rd degree burns to 75% of his body, he was welding a job at work when a fire started at waist height and quickly consumed his work uniform,...
  10. Thanks for the link! this is the stuff we do...

    Thanks for the link! this is the stuff we do where I work and we work with some of the same material e.g. inconel 718, I was facemilling some IN 945X yesterday, horrible stuff. I'll be watching his...
  11. We trepan a bit at work with custom made...

    We trepan a bit at work with custom made trepanning tools made by Sandvik, sometimes I grab the smaller trepanned slugs of 4140, 4130 etc from the scrap bin.

    This one is 400 long by 105, I won't...
  12. G'day Graham, I have a question, what are the...

    G'day Graham,

    I have a question, what are the common impurities found in scrap lead?

    Since you're looking to test for pure lead you may have two other options available, chemical testing for...
  13. Shout out if you need something referenced, I...

    Shout out if you need something referenced, I have access to vickers, rockwell and brinell testing gear.
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    I have the vertical head for it, a vice and...

    I have the vertical head for it, a vice and another horizontal arbor, but thatís all I could find
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    Yeah it's a decent size, I put it on the scales...

    Yeah it's a decent size, I put it on the scales and without the vertical head it weighed 3600kg, I was going to check the motor info plate today but forgot. maybe I should consider getting 3 phase...
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    Cugir FU 36 Milling Machine

    G'day

    Is anybody familiar with the Cugir FU 36 mill? one might follow me home soon, it appears to be in reasonable mechanical condition, electrically unknown but I can get the sparky at work to...
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    Well guess what turned up in the mail today, I...

    Well guess what turned up in the mail today, I had forgot I followed your link and filled out the form for a free wire feeder, I never actually thought I would receive one and I don't recall paying...
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    Sticky: Springs fitted, not exactly the springs I was...

    Springs fitted, not exactly the springs I was after but they'll do until I find something better. maybe someone here has a lead I can follow?
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  20. Thread: Theme change

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    Yeah it's different for me too, and the font...

    Yeah it's different for me too, and the font might be a bit smaller also
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    I wish!...

    I wish! https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Olympus-Innov-X-DS-2000-Delta-Standard-Alloy-XRF-Analyzer-DS2000/393002546861?epid=141152868&hash=item5b80c6f6ad:g:hS4AAOSwXwRfWnKQ&frcectupt=true
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    If you really want to know what it is I can Xray...

    If you really want to know what it is I can Xray a slice when I get back to work
  23. Sticky: I didn't think it would stay up long he was...

    I didn't think it would stay up long he was getting an ear bashing in the comment section and deleting them as quick as he could, good thing I downloaded it:D

    Skip to 4:50
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  24. Sticky: So this came up on my youtube list...

    So this came up on my youtube list https://youtu.be/murRjKHW8MY?t=290
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    Fly cutter challenge, wouldn't that be...

    Fly cutter challenge, wouldn't that be interesting!
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    When they cleaned out the water jet cutter tank...

    When they cleaned out the water jet cutter tank at work I took some of the fine, used garnet home and dried it out, I haven't cast anything with it yet but you can imagine how fine it is after going...
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    Sticky: Finally got around to making the anti-backlash...

    Finally got around to making the anti-backlash gears I needed for a project, now I just have to find or make a pair of extension springs to connect the two390177
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    Thanks for the good info Jekyll and Hyde &...

    Thanks for the good info Jekyll and Hyde & marcuschrist.

    I've attached some photos of what I'm dealing with, they aren't great pics but you can make out the wear tapering from front to back, it...
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    Should I scrape?

    My second hand 12x36 has a quiet badly worn cross slide with some scoring, worn to the point that it affect the cross slide travel and I want to fix it but the only time I have ever scraped something...
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    Sorry R.C, I just noticed your reply, I had...

    Sorry R.C, I just noticed your reply, I had supply issues with that particular seller, they claimed to have them available and then messaged to tell me they didn't have any stock and it could be a...
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    Excavator Auger

    I have no use for it but I think I'll buy an excavator auger, or perhaps two, how many would you like?:D
    ...
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    Looking forward to see the test run BobL:2tsup:

    Looking forward to see the test run BobL:2tsup:
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    Unfortunately I don't, I was hoping you had

    Unfortunately I don't, I was hoping you had
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    Where did you find the carding wheel, Brownells...

    Where did you find the carding wheel, Brownells AUS??
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    Does it need to be boiling water? what if you...

    Does it need to be boiling water? what if you pass steam through a capped and vented tube containing your steel rod for 20 minutes, would that still convert the Fe2O3 to the desired Fe3O4
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    Sticky: After waiting 4 months for an adjustable fuel...

    After waiting 4 months for an adjustable fuel mixture screw for the Kawasaki and receiving the wrong one, I soft soldered a tee handle to the original since I had it out of the carb anyway,

    I'm...
  37. Thread: Torque Wrench

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    Looks good Nev, very similar in design to the...

    Looks good Nev, very similar in design to the Sandvik but a lower torque range, hopefully I never need <3nm, I think 3-15nm covers most of the small jobs I need to do,

    The Sandvik does actually...
  38. Thread: Torque Wrench

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    I have an older 1/2" drive Warren & Brown unit,...

    I have an older 1/2" drive Warren & Brown unit, it'll be getting a workout soon since I've cooked a valve on my ute, I looked on eBay and I can purchase a new valved head for $460 delivered, at that...
  39. Thread: Torque Wrench

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    Torque Wrench

    We Use these 3-15nm Sandvik torque wrenches for our insert tooling at work and I thought it would be a good little wrench for doing up action screws, scope rings and mounts etc, plus other low torque...
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    They came up really nice, I'm curious if you...

    They came up really nice,

    I'm curious if you tried baking paper as a transfer medium? and maybe preparing the surface with a light etch might also help the print stick.

    they look a million...
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    This is my power supply setup. 5A CC/CV module...

    This is my power supply setup.

    5A CC/CV module...
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    We use Sutton Cobalt drill bits at work (purple...

    We use Sutton Cobalt drill bits at work (purple packet) to drill all grades of inconel, Rene41, 13-8 stainless and 41xx steel in various states of hardness, by far the best we've tried, even when...
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    Thought I'd put up a pic of the Craven we run in...

    Thought I'd put up a pic of the Craven we run in our machine shop, there's a second one with a shorter bed behind it.

    The biggest job I've seen turned in the Craven was a 17.5 tonne bucket wheel...
  44. Especially so in W.A where even spent brass is...

    Especially so in W.A where even spent brass is considered live ammunition and has to be kept under lock and key:?

    My advice either be extra diligent or extra discreet
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    Should turn up soon then, just spent $50 for a...

    Should turn up soon then, just spent $50 for a new one, I could have bought an entire rebuild kit for $70 and keep the spares, but it doesn't come with a needle jet:C
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    Keep an eye out for a small brass Keihin CVK34...

    Keep an eye out for a small brass Keihin CVK34 carburettor needle jet, bloody thing isn't anywhere on my shed floor where I dropped it
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    Blackwoods has 20mm carbide scrapers for $199...

    Blackwoods has 20mm carbide scrapers for $199...
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    I would like to know more about the controller, I...

    I would like to know more about the controller, I have a couple 180v treadmill motors in the 2hp range I would like to make proper use of and there's no shortage of them around
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    FIXED Thanks Neil !

    Thanks Neil !
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    Do you have a manual for it? ...

    Do you have a manual for it?

    https://metalworkforums.com/f160/t173921-manual-emf-cig-cigweld-transtig-250-a
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