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  • dalee100's Avatar
    Today, 07:26 PM
    dalee100 replied to a thread LaBlond Regal Lathe in General
    Hi, Yep, bed way flat at tailstock end of lathe. Dalee
    2 replies | 103 view(s)
  • A.K. Boomer's Avatar
    Today, 07:10 PM
    Sweet Baby Jesus,,, that's an all time classic fuque up dude,,, that's one almost to be proud of - but not quite... for that you would have had...
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  • feets's Avatar
    Today, 07:04 PM
    A friend pointed me in the direction of a truck shop that was being auctioned off. They had a surprising amount of steel stock on hand. I ended up...
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  • goodscrap's Avatar
    Today, 07:03 PM
    So my set up is thus, chuck on the mill bed, clamped in position. I clocked the spindle true to the lathe chuck o/d as I'm drilling a set of 6...
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  • kendall's Avatar
    Today, 06:53 PM
    kendall replied to a thread OT on OT on OT in General
    That is why my current favorite bicycle is the 71 Azuki instead of my old 82 gitane. After riding the same old trail for years before it was even a...
    33 replies | 1156 view(s)
  • Paul Alciatore's Avatar
    Today, 06:39 PM
    I think there is some confusion here and a drawing may help to clear it up. A typical drill press uses TWO tapers to mount a chuck, one in the drill...
    15 replies | 1730 view(s)
  • iMisspell's Avatar
    Today, 06:22 PM
    iMisspell replied to a thread Jaws for a T de G Chuck in General
    If the bolt holes on your masters are the same (or maybe close enough) can you modify your masters to fit a standard jaw ? OR Make an adapter(s)...
    10 replies | 295 view(s)
  • Arthur.Marks's Avatar
    Today, 06:20 PM
    Haha :) I hear you on the cost element. I say go for it then! You've got the tools + heat treat resource to make them, and it will be a worthwhile...
    10 replies | 295 view(s)
  • Black Forest's Avatar
    Today, 06:17 PM
    What are the dimensions and I will check them against my metric jaws?
    10 replies | 295 view(s)
  • John Buffum's Avatar
    Today, 05:47 PM
    Surface grinder. Check. Made the one in, I think, Home Shop Machinist. I've used it to true chucks. Works wonderfully. Yes to hard jaws. Soft...
    10 replies | 295 view(s)
  • dp's Avatar
    Today, 05:41 PM
    dp replied to a thread maths question.? in General
    Not sure I understand your point. How many keystrokes did you enter? I count 16 but I don't have a Casio to try it on. In optimized RPN it is just 6...
    86 replies | 3902 view(s)
  • Forrest Addy's Avatar
    Today, 05:27 PM
    Interesting the way the host first treated the pretty face as a pretty face but as his respect for her obvious knowledge and experience increased he...
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  • Axkiker's Avatar
    Today, 05:08 PM
    Holy carp!!!! I havent seen these kind of lathes bring those numbers, but if thats the case im thrilled. I may look at upgrading sooner rather than...
    21 replies | 1167 view(s)
  • Arthur.Marks's Avatar
    Today, 05:03 PM
    John, From your previous thread, I gathered that they use a tongue + groove system, even if it does not match what you are finding. By far the vast...
    10 replies | 295 view(s)
  • martik's Avatar
    Today, 04:58 PM
    martik replied to a thread maths question.? in General
    Who started this imaginary number crap anyways??? This is an excellent windows 'freeform' calculator: Speaking...
    86 replies | 3902 view(s)
  • Paul Alciatore's Avatar
    Today, 04:47 PM
    This is a capital idea. It should be incorporated into standard dividing heads and RTs. But then, of course, there is the electronic thing too.
    19 replies | 1204 view(s)
  • theGallery's Avatar
    Today, 04:41 PM
    theGallery replied to a thread knurling:Chart/Formula in General
    When Knurling the circumference increases with the depth of the cut, unlike gear cutting where the circumference is constant. I have been knurling...
    21 replies | 1403 view(s)
  • Rich Carlstedt's Avatar
    Today, 04:27 PM
    Rich Carlstedt replied to a thread Protecting threads in General
    I believe the OP means for heat treating since he mentioned it. Stainless Steel wrap is good if you are furnace treating. You did not mention...
    7 replies | 376 view(s)
  • Rich Carlstedt's Avatar
    Today, 04:00 PM
    Rich Carlstedt replied to a thread LaBlond Regal Lathe in General
    Bill I had a 1943 LeBlond Regal and my memory says it was on top of the ways on the operator side of the tail stock nice lathe I did a complete...
    2 replies | 103 view(s)
  • aostling's Avatar
    Today, 03:47 PM
    aostling replied to a thread maths question.? in General
    Guilty as charged. I'm glad some of you not only have calculators which can handle complex numbers, but also remember the Euler relationship e^(iπ) =...
    86 replies | 3902 view(s)
  • martik's Avatar
    Today, 03:43 PM
    martik created an album test1
  • john hobdeclipe's Avatar
    Today, 03:40 PM
    john hobdeclipe replied to a thread maximat v10 mentor in General
    Perhaps this may help:
    2 replies | 82 view(s)
  • Paul Alciatore's Avatar
    Today, 03:36 PM
    Paul Alciatore replied to a thread maths question.? in General
    I think his point is that this is a lot harder on a calculator that uses RPN. On my Casio, which uses standard notation, I enter it exactly as it...
    86 replies | 3902 view(s)
  • daveo's Avatar
    Today, 03:35 PM
    daveo replied to a thread Gun bluing? in Gunsmithing
    I was looking at that set up.... I want to get into bluing as a service for money, so I dont want to experiment much. Thank you
    3 replies | 99 view(s)
  • Puckdropper's Avatar
    Today, 03:04 PM
    Puckdropper replied to a thread OT on OT on OT in General
    Is that why they tend to put flower beds and flag poles right in the middle of the walking path? Walk up the sidewalk towards the building, then...
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  • lakeside53's Avatar
    Today, 02:56 PM
    it is a consideration for sure, but modern vfd like the WJ200 will simply shut down if the heat sink gets too hot.
    9 replies | 290 view(s)
  • lakeside53's Avatar
    Today, 02:52 PM
    lakeside53 replied to a thread maximat v10 mentor in General
    The mentor wiring is a bit more complicated than the standard version as it's set up with all the early generation of European interlocks to stop...
    2 replies | 82 view(s)
  • dp's Avatar
    Today, 02:50 PM
    dp replied to a thread maths question.? in General
    Complex numbers are used in electronics quite a bit which is why I dealt with them. The two common notations are rectangular and polar and I expect...
    86 replies | 3902 view(s)
  • BigBoy1's Avatar
    Today, 02:44 PM
    BigBoy1 started a thread LaBlond Regal Lathe in General
    I've come across a 13 x 72" LaBlond Regal Lathe but its condition is not too good. It might be salvageable but not sure. Where is the serial number...
    2 replies | 103 view(s)
  • Bob Ford's Avatar
    Today, 02:37 PM
    Bob Ford replied to a thread O.T. electrical question. in General
    Boomer, Your thermostat is mechanical. If it is hot enough it is on. This would turn off the duct heater. During partly cloudy weather the heat...
    8 replies | 362 view(s)
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