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General
This forum reserved for general machining discussion. Off topic threads are allowed, but will be closed if they go too far off track or become too numerous. Please add “OT” to the title of any off topic thread. Discussions on religion, politics, or “For Sale” posts are not allowed.
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Digital Machinist
A place for CNC projects and discussion. "For Sale” posts are not allowed.
Topics: 568 Posts: 6,087
Last Post: Bits & Pieces
568 6,087
garyhlucas
Gunsmithing
Discuss gunsmith projects and techniques here. Political, gun control, or "For Sale" posts will not be allowed.
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1,112 11,415
Networking
Need to brainstorm? Feeling isolated? Here's another forum for you to connect with other hobby machinists who share your specific interest. Fill in the information slots and add a brief statement about your interest and whom you would like to hear from. You can remove your listing at any time. "For Sale” posts are not allowed.
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Last Post: Western SC/NE Ga
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toolsrul
Third Hand
This forum is for seeking and finding help in a variety of ways. You may be seeking advice on a way of solving a problem you have in your shop. Or possibly you just bought a used lathe or some other machine tool, but the seller didn't have an owner's manual, parts list or operating instructions, so you are in need of one. Perhaps you want to contact a manufacturer, but don't have any information about their address or phone. In other words, any help you need can be solicited here. One thing we insist upon, however; this is not a place to sell something. Also, out of courtesy to the helper, the offer of payment for photocopies and postage is certainly in order.
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  • challenger
    OT-"geared" rubber rollers.
    by challenger
    I'm trying make a device for squeezing honey out wax comb. For years I've had this shop rag roller sitting around that HF used to sell. It came with 2...
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    PM motor with field winding
    by darryl
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    by davidwdyer
    Freewheeling, po’ boy, hobbing.

    I have never cut a gear before. This is my first try in aluminum. Although I bought a few sets of
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    Deleting the lathe compound
    by challenger
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