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  • darryl's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:40 PM
    darryl replied to a thread flea market find in General
    I did find some positive responses to the thing, along with the many negative responses. Looking at it scientifically, sure it's possible for the...
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  • A.K. Boomer's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:25 PM
    A.K. Boomer replied to a thread flea market find in General
    it's true JT the more the gap in voltage the faster you can dump the amps in, but geeze what a risk if it is cable connection instead of dead...
    12 replies | 392 view(s)
  • QSIMDO's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:14 PM
    I worked at an aircraft seat company that formed components using just that method. Wow, 45 years ago.
    8 replies | 245 view(s)
  • J Tiers's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:10 PM
    J Tiers replied to a thread flea market find in General
    Surprisingly, that thing might actually work. It takes very little real battery capacity to start a car. If you figure out what it takes in...
    12 replies | 392 view(s)
  • uscra112's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:08 PM
    uscra112 replied to a thread Powder solvent in Gunsmithing
    I use it for almost everything on my guns. External cleanup, penetrating oil, and of course bore cleaner. Since I am almost 100% a cast bullet...
    8 replies | 329 view(s)
  • engineerd3d's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:07 PM
    engineerd3d replied to a thread Bench Grinder Setup. in General
    I did notice that the wheel actually pumps the dust out the back on its own, sort of like a single disk Tesla turbine. With that said I will...
    4 replies | 327 view(s)
  • A.K. Boomer's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:05 PM
    Don't get any idea's Andy, you already kinda gave this a shot on a gas tank and it did not pan out so well remember?
    8 replies | 245 view(s)
  • Picoprecision's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:01 PM
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A66iw8P5NQ4
    8 replies | 245 view(s)
  • sasquatch's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:33 PM
    Agree, very interesting a bit difficult to follow. However i still have to admire the amount of production comming out of that country, and container...
    5 replies | 364 view(s)
  • JRouche's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:57 PM
    Very cool. Mythbusters did some hydroforming with pressure washers I think. JR
    8 replies | 245 view(s)
  • oxford's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:54 PM
    I wonder what the depth limit on parts is with that method? They were using 2 thick rubber do you think a 4 or 6 piece would double or triple how...
    8 replies | 245 view(s)
  • JoeLee's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:47 PM
    That was interesting and looks easy enough to do in the home shop. I just can't think of anything I need to make using that process...... yet !!! ...
    8 replies | 245 view(s)
  • tom_d's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:46 PM
    tom_d replied to a thread flea market find in General
    Motor homes and other types of RV vehicles often use two separate batteries, one to start the vehicle, and one to run the many "house" 12 volt lights...
    12 replies | 392 view(s)
  • brian Rupnow's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:55 PM
    The "fins" in the cylinder were all plunge cut with HSS. It squealed and chattered, but the fins are quite shallow. The boring and reaming of the...
    26 replies | 1507 view(s)
  • TGTool's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:50 PM
    TGTool replied to a thread flea market find in General
    How do the low rider guys manage the battery banks in the trunk? I realize I've no idea if they're charged from the alternator or if the guys charge...
    12 replies | 392 view(s)
  • A.K. Boomer's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:42 PM
    A.K. Boomer replied to a thread flea market find in General
    there ya go right there, and lots of people would think dead battery so try the gadget first before checking the connections... I would think a...
    12 replies | 392 view(s)
  • darryl's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:38 PM
    darryl replied to a thread flea market find in General
    Yes it could be that way- I haven't followed the circuit path very well. The literature I've read on the net seems to suggest that there is 30 volts...
    12 replies | 392 view(s)
  • A.K. Boomer's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:32 PM
    A.K. Boomer replied to a thread flea market find in General
    Still - can't be totally in series or it would blow up car computers, must be side by side parallel but ran in series - this would give you 15...
    12 replies | 392 view(s)
  • darryl's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:13 PM
    darryl replied to a thread flea market find in General
    Bert, this thing is a bit of a joke. It doesn't warrant doing anything with, especially now that I've discovered that it doesn't even charge the...
    12 replies | 392 view(s)
  • vpt's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:08 PM
    vpt replied to a thread Hydroforming In The Home Shop in General
    Thats pretty cool! Thanks for sharing this! Hopefully I can remember this when I need it.
    8 replies | 245 view(s)
  • oxford's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:05 PM
    Very interesting, was not quite what I was expecting.
    8 replies | 245 view(s)
  • darryl's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:57 PM
    darryl replied to a thread flea market find in General
    The instructions say don't leave it plugged into the car- now I know why. It doesn't receive a charge from the car, but there is a load on the...
    12 replies | 392 view(s)
  • vpt's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:50 PM
    vpt replied to a thread Brian does Ridders flame eater in General
    Plunging stainless with a cutoff tool isn't fun. More curiosity, did you use HSS or a carbide? Sorry for all the questions all the time. I love...
    26 replies | 1507 view(s)
  • Willy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:40 PM
    Just finished reading an article about hydroforming in one of the trade publications I receive. After reading the article my curiosity had me looking...
    8 replies | 245 view(s)
  • mygrizzly1022's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:37 PM
    mygrizzly1022 replied to a thread flea market find in General
    Hi ...Good find! IMHO I think it would be best to change out all the batteries rather than mix the old with new. The older ones will drag...
    12 replies | 392 view(s)
  • A.K. Boomer's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:17 PM
    A.K. Boomer replied to a thread flea market find in General
    good on you for being that curious about everything - that's how you increase your data base,,, toss in some ni-cads and come up with a charging...
    12 replies | 392 view(s)
  • Mcgyver's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:05 PM
    yes that is the correct name, but it should be Shanghai PI. imo its close to a scam with such a misleading name in that there is nothing Swiss about...
    9 replies | 485 view(s)
  • doctor demo's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:32 PM
    I am hoping that you have him confused with "airsmith" who thought he was a "air gun " gunsmith with very similar writing skills. Steve
    17 replies | 1414 view(s)
  • darryl's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:12 PM
    darryl started a thread flea market find in General
    Haven't been around the circuit lately, but yesterday I picked up something called Mighty Jump. It's a battery pack with interface to a cigarette...
    12 replies | 392 view(s)
  • RB211's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:57 PM
    RB211 replied to a thread New toy coming, PM-1236 in General
    Removed the cross slide so I could drill and tap it 5mm x .80 at 150mm centers for the nice mounting bracket that came with the Precision Mathews...
    60 replies | 3067 view(s)
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