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    On a side note: Do the frame sizes of your...

    On a side note:

    Do the frame sizes of your motors match? If so, that will make it alot easier to mount the new motor.
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    Had another go today and got them out. It took...

    Had another go today and got them out. It took some doing. It looks like they got hot and slightly melted the surrounding plastic.

    The brushes are VERY short. Long over due for replacing. Will...
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    Yes, they look like they should come out. Both...

    Yes, they look like they should come out. Both are resisting the same.
    I have given them a few tugs, but no dice, yet.

    1. I don't want to reef too hard and break something...
    2. There is not...
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    How to remove brush holders?

    Hi Guys,
    Does anyone know how to remove the brush holders in a Ryobi Router model ERT241200?

    I have removed the top cover and the 2 screws holding each Holder in place ( I think thats what...
  5. Thread: Mystery lathe

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    I've had good luck, in the past, with cropping...

    I've had good luck, in the past, with cropping the pics so they are 'landscape' shaped. Seems to stop the trickery.
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    I might be flogging a dead horse yet.....lol...

    I might be flogging a dead horse yet.....lol...
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    Noted John. Will do some more research. Its a...

    Noted John. Will do some more research.
    Its a last resort except for paying exorbitant money for a new Controller. Not worth it just for a shed.
    Will see.
  8. Thread: Syncing carbs.

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    398348 398349

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    OOoooh, look. Looks like it will work, but its a...

    OOoooh, look. Looks like it will work, but its a bit of work. No Problem.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oQPl-GqB0E

    I searched again, but using words , instead of abreviations this time and...
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    Thanks John.....That helps alot. Maybe its worth...

    Thanks John.....That helps alot.
    Maybe its worth buying a small VSD to test, as I have not come across anyone who definitvely knows for sure, either way.
    I have a copy of Roseneburg, but could not...
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    Yep, looks similar. I guess the BLDC uses hall...

    Yep, looks similar.
    I guess the BLDC uses hall effect sensors for timing from the controller?
    Probably rules out using a vsd, unless someone knows for sure?
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    Apologises Sparksie.....I think I have 'oopsed' ...

    Apologises Sparksie.....I think I have 'oopsed'

    Yes, its a BLDC motor. I read 'star' and thought '3 phase motor'.
    I might be sunk.....
    ...
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    Nope...pretty sure. Will have to prove the...

    Nope...pretty sure. Will have to prove the concept before I get too deep.

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  14. Thread: Syncing carbs.

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    LOL...yep.You are old school...lol 398308

    LOL...yep.You are old school...lol

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    Late on the scene here, but: I ride BMW Twins...

    Late on the scene here, but:

    I ride BMW Twins and have tried a couple of different methods over the years.

    These are getting harder to find now, but, I use 2 economy gauges out of XD-XE Ford...
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    Yeah, have seen those. Mine is a little more...

    Yeah, have seen those. Mine is a little more involved.( not much )
    Need to let water in before the circ pump starts and open drain for a time after Fan stops. Also my motor is not a 2 speed like the...
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    Yes...that is the plan. Won't be small and neat...

    Yes...that is the plan. Won't be small and neat but should do the job.
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    Yes, simple electrical components, but the...

    Yes, simple electrical components, but the electronics PCB is very busy. Logic is pretty simple too. I just got a simulated circuit working.
    Start opens the inlet valve and float switch controls...
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    DIY Evap Aircon Controller for shed

    I am in the process in installing a S/H Breezair EXH Evap Aircon in to my shed. (I know is Autumn now, but it will get hot again eventually and I'll be ready! .lol )
    I accidently bought a 2nd one...
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    Thanks aaagh, Lots to think about..... Early...

    Thanks aaagh, Lots to think about.....
    Early days for me.
    Only experience I have is a chinese 6040 and that bed was horendous.....lol

    ali extrusion on Aust is super dear and importing is not...
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    Yes, the bed will ned upgrading. It seems to have...

    Yes, the bed will ned upgrading. It seems to have plastic strips over ali strips.
    Still looking into alternatives.
    Thought about using reconstituted stone, but not sure its machinable ( to get...
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    Yes, I did. I got it just after Christmas. The...

    Yes, I did. I got it just after Christmas.
    The business ended up importing 10, as the costs have sky rocketed since Covid, to make it worth their while.
    Five were spoken for but it didn't take long...
  23. Post some pics woodyo, if you can. We love pics...

    Post some pics woodyo, if you can.
    We love pics around here....lol

    Sent from my SM-G970F using Tapatalk
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    I have a BS-4 Band saw and I would not buy one of...

    I have a BS-4 Band saw and I would not buy one of those again.There is just too much to do to make it into a reasonable machine.
    I would spend more and get a better machine from the outset.

    Steve
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    Nice fix Bob. Well done.

    Nice fix Bob. Well done.
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    Maybe Soakwell components might work for you?

    Maybe Soakwell components might work for you?
  27. Thread: Storebro lathe

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    You might find it very handy to have a Lathe at...

    You might find it very handy to have a Lathe at home Erick.
    Looks ok, from what I can see. Suppose it depend on price, amongst other things.
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    LOL...Yeah, I have one of those. Not high enough...

    LOL...Yeah, I have one of those. Not high enough for what I want.

    I need something that will fold up to make using less of a chore.
    I gues the cheaper ones won't do that....will see.
    I can't...
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    Found a local tool shop that can supply a...

    Found a local tool shop that can supply a Baileys.

    $1235. Not cheap but if its good quality, it may be worth it.
    Guard Rail kit is another $680.

    Steve

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    Thanks Adam, I will have a look at Bailey's...

    Thanks Adam, I will have a look at Bailey's offering.
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    Thanks Bob. Know where he got them from?

    Thanks Bob.
    Know where he got them from?
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    Mobile Scaffolds

    Hi Guys,
    I'm interested in getting amobile scaffold to do work around the house.
    I'm an amputee and the Mrs doesn't like me using a ladder, now I'm 'older'....lol

    I can't find any to view in my...
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    Yeah, your right It is....I should have tried...

    Yeah, your right It is....I should have tried that. Didn't even cross my mind.
    I looked...still not much info or its all from 2014.

    I guess the structure is all there. Maybe it might just need a...
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    A stab in the dark.....tested the contractor...

    A stab in the dark.....tested the contractor coil? They can fail.

    I assume you have a schematic diagram for your machine?


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    Thanks Kryn, Sure you want rid of it?...Looks...

    Thanks Kryn,
    Sure you want rid of it?...Looks like your using it....lol

    I'm lending towards a small work bench on wheels. A local racking comparge sells these with wheels.
    Shortest is 1500mm...
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    Thanks Bob, I agree....its a worm hole....but...

    Thanks Bob,
    I agree....its a worm hole....but got nothing to lose except frustration....lol
    I found a pic and a video.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDylbvnDIPk
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    Knowing this guy, it...
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    Redback 2 Delta 3D Printer

    Anybody know anything about these?
    They seem to be cira 2014 and made in Australia.

    A mate has one he wants to offload.

    Not the best one to get as a first one, but 'gift horse' and all...
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    I might end up buying a plastic cart and then...

    I might end up buying a plastic cart and then 'tweaking' it. Will have a look on weekend.

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    Sorry Grahame, I am referring to the generic...

    Sorry Grahame,
    I am referring to the generic names given to cnc routers. A 6040 has a cutting area of 600 x 400mm. 9060 is 900 x 600mm. give or take.
    6040's are benchtop machines. 9060 can be...
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    6040 all-in-one trolley

    Gents,
    I've had a 6040 for a few years and always had it sitting on an old school desk.

    I've just got myself a floor standing 9060 which will sit it the 6040's place.

    Thinking I'll keep the...
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    Thanks Mugwelder... I should clarify that...

    Thanks Mugwelder...

    I should clarify that 'can't' is a shortened version of 'I can't be bothered stripping the bandsaw down completely to try and weld a small piece of cast back in place, assuming...
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    I've done just that. Without the paint....Its...

    I've done just that. Without the paint....Its behind a plate...lol
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    Slow progess as I had to wait for shoulder bolts...

    Slow progess as I had to wait for shoulder bolts and its so bleeding hot!
    Plate bolted to top of saw. Right Angle lower bracket 'modified' so its level .
    Top mounts made, bottom mounts in progress....
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    I can assure you, that I am not...lol Not the...

    I can assure you, that I am not...lol
    Not the 'easiest way' is very easy for me and the job. Don't think its worth it.
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    welding cast iron

    Hi guys,
    I made a stupid mistake the other day and I am wondering if these is a relative easy eascape?

    I have zero experience welding cast iron.

    Would it be possible to tack this piece back in...
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    Improvise, Adapt and Overcome.....lol

    Improvise, Adapt and Overcome.....lol
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    Nice.....

    Nice.....
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    Still collecting hardware for the install. I...

    Still collecting hardware for the install.
    I accidently bought another complete Breezair, cheap, off gumtree, locally that is supposed to have a fault. I promise not to buy any more.....really.......
  49. Thread: Ender 3 S1

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    Thanks Bob. Those sorts of things would probably...

    Thanks Bob.
    Those sorts of things would probably the sorts of things I'd make.
    Have some CAD experience, but not much 3D.

    Might have to wait for the the 'bad' things to come out on this printer...
  50. Thread: Ender 3 S1

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    Ender 3 S1

    I have not got a 3D Printer, but have been feverishly trying to justify buying one to tinker with. I just can't think of anything 'specific' I want to print.
    I'm sure I will think of something,...
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