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  • BadDog
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    P&W I think...

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  • quasi
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    that is a beauty in the acme video, I think it is a Hendy or a Sidney?

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  • .RC.
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    I had to download quicktime player to get it to play...Nice lathe in that acme video..Brand new by the looks of it..

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  • sconisbee
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    would love to have that lathe, such a nice looking machine, so simple for threading too. Would have helped on last weeks job of cutting a 4 tpi 2 start acme. having said that my import 12x36 handled it just fine (after making a gear for the .5 lead) but still turning a 2tpi thread at even 75 rpm gets a bit hairy lol

    Thanks for the vids

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  • aboard_epsilon
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    this is the one

    http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...kage_id=245753

    it's the cccp "combined community codec package" media player classic with combined codec package ...

    plays the lot ..

    if it does not ...you may have to install quick time player.

    all the best.mark

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  • lazlo
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    Media Player Classic (SourceForge -- OpenSource) is free and has all the codecs you need:

    http://www.free-codecs.com/download_...p?d=4253&s=134

    These are great videos -- basically the video version of South Bends "How To Run a Lathe". The videos where the "boy" gets a job from his frumpy foreman is hilarious

    By the way, each month Paul's page exceeds it's bandwidth limit and is shut down for the remainder of the month, so if right-click and save the videos locally, it'll save him a lot of headaches.

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  • Alan Lindsey
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    I got the Video to come up without trouble but I am using an Apple and not Microsoft's player. I note this is playable with MPEG4 (microsoft) and Quick Time (Available in all operating systems, I think, but definately what Apple uses)
    Looks like a nice video.

    al

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  • BobC
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    The Acme thread video worked fine for me including audio. I used the Quik Time player.

    Thanks for the link to the video files.
    Bob

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  • John Stevenson
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    I had audio, I download the classic player on the top of the first link ringer put up.
    There is also a video on cutting a vee thread.
    .

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  • Lew Hartswick
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    Just finished watching it. That is a good visual description. No audio,
    at least I couldn't get any. Covered picking up thread after removing
    the bit, removing from ctrs. and replacing, setting up the bit,
    (that mark on the tailstock ram for vertical centering is slick) with
    the center already occupied, and the white lead lub for the center. :-)
    Anyone know what lathe that was? Nice slow spindle and threading
    down to 2 TPI. After the first two passes I was wondering if it had
    threading dial but then on the next pass he engaged it.
    That (with some audio commentary) would be good for the
    beginner, should realy be done for 60 deg threads first though.
    ...lew...

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  • ptjw7uk
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    Tried downloading twice but each time the server cut the connection I think there maybe too many trying to get it!!!
    If you can download it to your own machine then try to play it!!!

    Peter

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  • .RC.
    started a topic Anyone get this video to play..

    Anyone get this video to play..

    I found some old WW2 lathe instruction videos and have downloaded three from here http://www.shinyobjectdesign.com/staff/paul/sbvideo/

    Two play properly but with the cutting an external acme thread one (link below) all I get is a green screen lasting for 17 seconds.. Is the problem at my end or is the file corrupted (I downloaded it twice with the same results both times)

    http://video.lepton.com.s3.amazonaws...cme_thread.mp4

    any ideas??? It could be a codec problem..
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