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    I guess my question was, did he download the Iris...

    I guess my question was, did he download the Iris Dome .STL file from OnShape site and printed it (after registering with OnShape) or did he re-draw the Iris Dome with his own modeling software...
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    I assume you friend Ray is using OnShape.

    I assume you friend Ray is using OnShape.
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    ... I'd like to see pics of the mod if possible

    ... I'd like to see pics of the mod if possible
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    Nice job, I've had my printer for about three...

    Nice job, I've had my printer for about three years now. Very useful that's for sure. Just curios, what printer did you use to make the print and what slicer?

    -JW:
  5. Still haven't fixed the lathe. I thought we had...

    Still haven't fixed the lathe. I thought we had it figured out and we did somewhat. It now appears that both shear pins are history, the lead screw and the hex. :rolleyes: Sorry I don't know much...
  6. https://imgur.com/nBuaX1shttps://imgur.com/nBuaX1s

    https://imgur.com/nBuaX1shttps://imgur.com/nBuaX1s
  7. That was the problem, thanks VERY much. ;) BTW,...

    That was the problem, thanks VERY much. ;) BTW, you have a PM too.

    Regards,
    -JW:

    https://imgur.com/nBuaX1s
  8. ... as far as I can tell it has to be the shear...

    ... as far as I can tell it has to be the shear pin. As I showed in the video it makes no difference if the gear is engaged or not. Yes the threaded lead screw turns when the handle is rotated but...
  9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpdXY493q2w&t=6s

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpdXY493q2w&t=6s
  10. ... bummer, must be the shear pin. I was hoping...

    ... bummer, must be the shear pin. I was hoping it would be something simple. <duh> I own absolutely no spanner wrenches.
  11. Thanks, will check this out tomorrow and report...

    Thanks, will check this out tomorrow and report back.
  12. Any EMCO Maximat Mentor V10 owners out there?

    Assuming I have a V10. Just wondering why my carriage quit auto feeding when I flip the handle up or down? It used to work. I've never crashed the lathe. Is there something on the end that has to be...
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    I am "totally" new to CNC but this is what I was...

    I am "totally" new to CNC but this is what I was going by (command code wise).

    https://i.imgur.com/sjeJFkc.jpg

    -JW:
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    This one? ...

    This one?

    https://www.amazon.com/Programming-Handbook-Third-Peter-Smid/dp/0831133473/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=CNC+Programming+Peter+Smid&qid=1558207242&s=gateway&sr=8-1

    -JW:
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    CAMotics seems to work fine for the simulator. ...

    CAMotics seems to work fine for the simulator.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzIAQuBPhWk
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    I've never written g-code before and thought NC...

    I've never written g-code before and thought NC Viewer would be helpful visualizing and somewhat debugging my program. Yea my part is a simple part to g-code for those in the know but not for someone...
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    NC Viewer simulator

    Just wondering if anyone has any direct experience with this program. I'm trying to learn how to write some basic code for personal usage and have a few questions about the simulators actual output...
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    I've TIG welded quite a bit with silicon bronze...

    I've TIG welded quite a bit with silicon bronze rod, even some MIG. Just no experience welding cast iron. This was all welded with silicon bronze.

    https://pbase.com/smokedaddy/image/91623434
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    I have done a "lot" of of TIG, MIG and stick...

    I have done a "lot" of of TIG, MIG and stick welding but never welded Cast Iron. I've done a "lot" of brazing on Copper tube (silver solder and Sil-Fos). I've never welded or brazed Cast Iron. ...
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    Cast Iron (repair)

    Do you think JB Weld will work fine to use to put this leg back on the device (vintage Reflecting Goniometer)? I'm trying to avoid welding it if at all possible. The first image below is NOT what I...
  21. Thread: Robo calls:

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    I've been getting robo calls for years. They've...

    I've been getting robo calls for years. They've even used my own telephone number. Years ago I downloaded a program called JcBlock and installed it on Raspberry Pi (Linux). I also had it running on...
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    Here's what it would look like in ImageJ to take...

    Here's what it would look like in ImageJ to take a few measurements of a razor blade. The "results" box show the results of the measurements I took. I could have configured it to KEEP the RED lines...
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    ... you don't have to do any of that with ImageJ....

    ... you don't have to do any of that with ImageJ. <g>
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    I would suggest ImageJ. It's free too. I use it...

    I would suggest ImageJ. It's free too. I use it to measure things with my microscopes, such as diatoms. I also sharpen scalpel blades and figured out the angle of the grind with ImageJ. Pretty...
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    I've used SB for TIG for years, very nice.

    I've used SB for TIG for years, very nice.
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