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    Start of a rotating table for painting items?...

    Start of a rotating table for painting items?
    Kryn
  2. The people who would know about that stuff would...

    The people who would know about that stuff would have done a University course, over several years, to gain that sort of knowledge. We do have a member on here that may offer assistance, when he logs...
  3. Do you realize that if/should someone get injured...

    Do you realize that if/should someone get injured from your design/toy/structure, that you could be liable for any/all costs related to it!!!!
    You haven't mentioned where you did a search, but I...
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    I only use REPCO as a LAST resort, when no one...

    I only use REPCO as a LAST resort, when no one else has or can get the part, we have 4 suppliers here.
    In case you didn't know, REPCO stands for Rip Every Poor Customer Off, or similar.
    Kryn
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    The offers there should you need them. Kryn

    The offers there should you need them.
    Kryn
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    Lathe Wipers

    Recently got my favourite workshop magazine, and saw that someone had made wipers for their metal lathe.
    Not sure if anyone thought of using the 3D printer for making something like this, but...
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    Hi Steve, you know what they say, there's no...

    Hi Steve, you know what they say, there's no proof, until we see the pics of it. :D
    Kryn
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    Hi Steve, what lengths of 100mm channel do you...

    Hi Steve, what lengths of 100mm channel do you think you'll need? Can bring some over when I come to pick up the Lathe mill.
    Kryn
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    Hi Stu, for your removable drawbar, have a look...

    Hi Stu, for your removable drawbar, have a look at some of the smaller boat trailers.394327
    Most have an "A" type frame that meets at the front, then joins onto a single pole drawbar, it is easy...
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    Like I said it was a wild thought, not having...

    Like I said it was a wild thought, not having used/seen one. I went the lazy way,:D and bought a Milwaukee cordless one, when you let go of the trigger, it winds back enough to release the pressure...
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    Just a wild thought, would it be possible to...

    Just a wild thought, would it be possible to mount a tyre inflator, (one that has an air release button), so that you press the release button as you release the trigger.
    Kryn
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    Have you tried using "Word" or "Paintbox" or...

    Have you tried using "Word" or "Paintbox" or whatever it's called?? I would have thought that either of the two should be able to do it?
    I'm not computer savvy, but that's a guess.
    Kryn
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    Hi Nev, just to let you know I received the...

    Hi Nev, just to let you know I received the Circlip Pliers today, happy as a pig in mud with them.
    Thanks Again,
    Kryn
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    Another alternative would be to countersink or...

    Another alternative would be to countersink or counter bore the offending bolthole.
    Kryn
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    Thanks for the reports on the Jolly Green Giant...

    Thanks for the reports on the Jolly Green Giant Steve:2tsup:
    That's a nice DOC, I wish I could get 0.4mm DOC without stalling:D
    Kryn
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    Hi Nev, I can't quite see what's on the the back...

    Hi Nev, I can't quite see what's on the the back of the SH bolts, are there nuts there or are the bolts threaded into the plate? If they're threaded, would it be possible to dismantle and then re...
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    Thanks for the pics Steve, have been looking for...

    Thanks for the pics Steve, have been looking for something similar for my 20 tonne air/hydraulic garage press. Good excuse to try my new lathe now.
    Kryn
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    Sticky: Nice support for the mask, looks like Darth Vader...

    Nice support for the mask, looks like Darth Vader came for a visit with nobody.:D
    I turned one up out of wood a few years back, all off centred turning. FUN, not.

    Kryn
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    Thanks for the information on the pliers, I'll...

    Thanks for the information on the pliers, I'll take them.
    PM to follow.
    Regards,
    Kryn
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    Hi Nev, What size are they and what is the pin...

    Hi Nev, What size are they and what is the pin size please? Total Tools don't like giving out to much info on them, just the overall size of the pouch I presume.
    Regards,
    Kryn
  21. [QUOTE=Zeth4500;1989212]Im finding nothing on...

    Zinc plating is an electrolysis process, whereby the zinc bar is attached to the negative of an electrical current, and the item to be coated is to the positive side, the whole thing is immersed in a...
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    Steve, shouldn't that have read, "My son in law...

    Steve, shouldn't that have read, "My son in law just bought a (well) abused Kanga mini digger,"? LOL
    Hope he got it REALLY cheap??
    Kryn
  23. I had the standard X3 for a while, it was the...

    I had the standard X3 for a while, it was the biggest POS I've ever come across.
    It had plastic gears inside, swapped to metal ones after about 3 sets.
    The column was almost impossible to keep in...
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    You can only stand suffering for so long, then...

    You can only stand suffering for so long, then something has to give. As you say, it's been warned, where would we be without the mighty gas axe.
    Would you be able to set up a line boring tool, to...
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    I had a similar issue a few weeks back, I had to...

    I had a similar issue a few weeks back, I had to replace all the pins on a roller rocker suspension, and they were seized in solid. The cause of the problem was when the trailer was made, the CLOWNS...
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    We've built several goosenecks, latest one is a...

    We've built several goosenecks, latest one is a toy hauler for a bloke with an off road racing buggy, another we did had aluminium stock crates so he could carry sheep to market. The first one we...
  27. What Voltage is it, please? Kryn

    What Voltage is it, please?
    Kryn
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    The biggest problem is that the tyres need to be...

    The biggest problem is that the tyres need to be able to clear under the chassis on the front deck.
    I once converted a tri axle caravan to a dog trailer with 4 axles. It was very high as the...
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    Sorry to go off topic a bit, but here's a...

    Sorry to go off topic a bit, but here's a challenge for someone.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qmybbVBD40
    Kryn
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    Thanks pipeclay, PM sent. Kryn

    Thanks pipeclay, PM sent.
    Kryn
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    Thanks for getting back to me pipeclay, I think...

    Thanks for getting back to me pipeclay, I think the bottoming tap would do, thanks. I have some sockets for hydraulics, that have a tapered thread in both ends, but need a parallel in one end.
    I...
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    1/2" BSPP Tap.

    Wondering if anyone has a 1/2" BSPP (British Standard Pipe Parallel) tap in reasonable condition, that they would be prepared to part with,
    Willing to pay a fair price for one, plus postage of...
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    Pass them on PLEASE. Kryn

    Pass them on PLEASE.
    Kryn
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    Hi Richard, did I put my name up for those???? :?...

    Hi Richard, did I put my name up for those???? :? Asking as I saw my name on one....
    Bloomin CRAFT disease!!!!!
    Kryn
  35. Nice to see that you're getting a bit of variety...

    Nice to see that you're getting a bit of variety in your work.:2tsup:
    Kryn
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    Thanks John, I'd certainly be interested in...

    Thanks John, I'd certainly be interested in looking at building a unit.:2tsup:
    Thanks again
    Kryn
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    If there's a bit of the tap protruding out of the...

    If there's a bit of the tap protruding out of the shaft, try plug welding a nut to it. (That is through the inside of the nut.) Sometimes the heat from welding is sufficient to shrink the tap enough...
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    Nice one Steve, how long before you need one the...

    Nice one Steve, how long before you need one the next size up?????
    Kryn
  39. Hi Ralph, how many Cleco pins would you be...

    Hi Ralph, how many Cleco pins would you be looking for? Asking as I've about 20 and only use about 8 at any one time. I can send them over with a tool for you to copy if you can't get one. Mine are...
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    I've had the small X3 mill, it was the biggest...

    I've had the small X3 mill, it was the biggest POS I've ever come across.
    One big bolt at the back to give you the option of doing an angled cut, virtually impossible to keep it in tram, the gears...
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    I have the Makita Die Grinder, and it gets used...

    I have the Makita Die Grinder, and it gets used virtually every week, either by myself or someone at work. If you're using it on Aluminium, you need a coarse bit, otherwise it'll block up, same with...
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    Hi and THANKS Richard, would you have a contact...

    Hi and THANKS Richard, would you have a contact number for them by any chance?
    Regards,
    Kryn
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    You can get proper rubber washers for them, but...

    You can get proper rubber washers for them, but if you don't want to spend the money, use some thick inner tube for the washers.
    Kryn
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    FJ/FX Holden Body rear end

    Looking for a FJ or FX rear end of the body, boot lid, guards and rear doors or bits for a project.
    Don't need the roof or back window.
    Can be rusty, burnt out or whatever, just need the basic...
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    I prefer the one where you have 2 pieces of 15NB...

    I prefer the one where you have 2 pieces of 15NB pipe about 50mm long and a piece 12 mm bar with a right angle bend on top. You can use a short section of light chain welded to the pin and to the...
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    How will you mount it to the flywheel??? I think...

    How will you mount it to the flywheel??? I think if it was welded to it, it could be a real problem.
    Kryn
  47. Hi Steve, wanting to send a PM, but your inbox is...

    Hi Steve, wanting to send a PM, but your inbox is FULL.
    Regards,
    Kryn
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    How hard was it to machine the Gudgeon Pin? Have...

    How hard was it to machine the Gudgeon Pin? Have been told that they are very hard on the outer casing. What tooling did you use HSS or Carbide?
    Thanks,
    Kryn
  49. Do what I'll be doing, bought it and picking it...

    Do what I'll be doing, bought it and picking it up when things settle down.:D
    Kryn
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    Can't think of any more suited for the job....

    Can't think of any more suited for the job. Congratulations.
    Kryn
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