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    Hi thanks for the photo its spot on so now I'll...

    Hi thanks for the photo its spot on so now I'll crack on and get one made, I have made a drawing 10x size as well so am able to scale anything needed where there would be a heap of trig calculations...
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    Hi , thanks for the info, easiest way to get it...

    Hi , thanks for the info, easiest way to get it back is remove the spring tongs that hold the drills this allows you more room for fingers ! then insert the drill stop and hold it back, push in the...
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    Mcgiver, thanks and yes thats exactly what I...

    Mcgiver, thanks and yes thats exactly what I needed to confirm, logic said a flat on the end but I had nothing to compare to or a drawing.
    It probably is not critical but if you can measure the long...
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    Mcgyver, thank for the response it will be a...

    Mcgyver, thank for the response it will be a great help, as a matter of interest the machine I have was made for the Canadian market and is 110v so running of a transformer, somehow it crossed the...
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    Hi Dan, thanks I already have the manual but the...

    Hi Dan, thanks I already have the manual but the picture of the drill stop in there shows the reverse side hence the additional facets, the component is actually hexagonal. I have looked a lots of...
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    Christen drill grinder model 05-8

    Hi boys 'n girls, I purchase a Christen drill grinder some time ago and have been ib the process of re-building it, now I have a problem !

    Spare parts are eye waveringly expensive and the drill...
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    This is true and the replacement jaws available...

    This is true and the replacement jaws available now do not fit the original British made vices, however the ones sold now seem to be made to a standard rarther than a price ! I.e. the quality is good...
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    Peter S is spot on with the dimensions, I just...

    Peter S is spot on with the dimensions, I just measured mine c1975 there is one point the thread is 5/16 Whitworth
    John
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    https://www.amazon.ca/25mm-Metric-Right-0-75mm-Pit...

    https://www.amazon.ca/25mm-Metric-Right-0-75mm-Pitch/dp/B00KLB74TI
    Hi Smokedaddy, looks like it’s in Canada?
    Made by Merlin tools U.K. but sold by a Canadian company, Threadtools, in fact the item...
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    The very same thing has happened here in the UK...

    The very same thing has happened here in the UK earlier this month -- mindless vandals !!! What possess kids to do such things is beyond comprehension.
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    Anton, no its not revolutionary and I agree it's...

    Anton, no its not revolutionary and I agree it's still backing up BUT it does enable you to safely screw cut up to a shoulder without a possible crash. Many people do not know this method of making...
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    Ricky, I have seen this request many times and...

    Ricky, I have seen this request many times and the answer is yes you can use the chasing dial on an imperial machine when cutting metric threads; so made a document of a method I was shown as an...
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    I have a thread chasing dial on my Super 11, my...

    I have a thread chasing dial on my Super 11, my machine is imperial so use only one of the gears, the other two are for use on metric machines, would have to consult the manual to be sure. I also...
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    Jim, A pal refurbished an ageing Myford and...

    Jim, A pal refurbished an ageing Myford and wanted to re-grind the chuck jaws -- chuck was well past its sell by date so I suggested a reasonably priced Chinese one was a better option, his chuck was...
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    Joelee, Yes some bonkers legislation the...

    Joelee, Yes some bonkers legislation the politician's seem to think if there's a problem we'll band something and that will solve the problem and they can say "look what we have done" !!

    My set up...
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    Baz, No problem obtaining the materials its a...

    Baz, No problem obtaining the materials its a commercial product available form several suppliers, I buy 25kg tubs and they last several years or you can of course purchase the main chemicals needed...
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    Here's my set up, first photo is the old unit...

    Here's my set up, first photo is the old unit using gas, I now use electric induction hobs to heat the mix--much cleaner and vastly more efficient it heats up in a much shorter time and it easy to...
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    Well yesterday actually -- finally got around to...

    Well yesterday actually -- finally got around to making a Tangential Tool holder, "borrowed" a few ideas of the web then drew a basic plan and modified it as things developed -- result below !...
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    Joe Lee, yes 1" dia slitting saws are available...

    Joe Lee, yes 1" dia slitting saws are available see the link, its a UK company but I'm sure they must be available over the pond or you could order from Cromwell. Worth trying anyone selling kit for...
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    Joe, my three pen'neth ! Personally I would go...

    Joe, my three pen'neth ! Personally I would go with option 1 and make the 1/4 collet and if you want to split it before hardening insert a "keeper" in the collet say 1/4 + .005" MS during the heat...
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    Hi Plunger, as you say there seems to be only one...

    Hi Plunger, as you say there seems to be only one V -13 with a gap bed ! A few thoughts and a link that may be of use to you : --

    Have you contacted Emco in Austria and asked the question...
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    Made a new 12g Ejector Kicker for an Arrietta...

    Made a new 12g Ejector Kicker for an Arrietta sildelock, machined and filed from bar stock. All ready for heat treatment, polishing and final fitting !
    This is the finished item...
  23. Hi, a pal of mine bought one of these - see the...

    Hi, a pal of mine bought one of these - see the link, the brand is Sanou so I'm sure you will be able to find the same one your side of the pond on either the bay or ??? Its a long story but in...
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    From : - Machine Senior Member Not sure of...

    From : -

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    Not sure of the right answer. But one little gotcha with boiled linseed oil is that it can cause rags to catch fire. It gives off heat as it dries in air...
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    Gareth/Cennedd have a look here for EN24T about...

    Gareth/Cennedd have a look here for EN24T about page 23, I have used them and find them very helpful.
    Have not read the whole thread but guess you want to attach a ball end ? rather than threading...
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