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Jerry Durand
9:28 AM
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Re: new article: An Improved Gib Retainer for a RF-30 mill/drill

Ralph, That would certainly do the trick. Thanks, Rick From: MILL_DRILL@yahoogroups.com [mailto:MILL_DRILL@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Sunday, August 30, 2015 2:32
Rick - yahoo
Aug 31
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Re: Loctite Thread Restorer

Stan, Yes, I can feel some wear but in the recent past have gotten a backlash of 1.4 over the full range. Wish I knew how I did that! Rick ... From:
Rick - yahoo
Aug 31
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Re: Loctite Thread Restorer

It did seem a bit odd ;-) Rick
Rick Sparber
Aug 31
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Re: Loctite Thread Restorer

sorry rick that should have been on the new article post not this one (the one with the gibs fix)
markknx
Aug 31
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Re: Loctite Thread Restorer

Mark, That sure would make it easier to retain! Rick
Rick Sparber
Aug 31
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Re: Loctite Thread Restorer

Rick nice fix. I have a tapered gib with a set up like that only the gib dog legs and has a hole for the bolt to pass through. Mark
markknx
Aug 31
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Re: Loctite Thread Restorer

Stan, I checked the OD and it was within 2 tenths over the length. Pitch is constant within 2 tenths over the area of interest. However, I need to measure the
Rick Sparber
Aug 31
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Re: Loctite Thread Restorer

Hi Rick, Perhaps there is some wear on the leadscrew as well as in the nut. Take care, Stan On 08/30/2015 09:53 PM, Rick Sparber rgsparber.ya@...
Stan Stocker
Aug 31
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Consew

I used one of those Consew motors on a project for a customer. Delivery was late because the main guy for the customer went out of town for three weeks
Jerry Durand
Aug 30
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Re: Loctite Thread Restorer

I just tested my restored bronze take up nut. I did get back all of the lost backlash but I'm still not happy. Although I got a minimum backlash of 1.3 thou
Rick Sparber
Aug 30
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Re: Loctite Thread Restorer

One of your larger paint stores would have bronze powder, it is often used to make a reflective paint similar to aluminum paint, that is popular for hydronic
Curt Wuollet
Aug 30
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Re: Loctite Thread Restorer

... And remember , if you think you have enough liquid but the mix is too stiff , adding fines will actually have a thinning effect on the mix . That may have
Terry Coombs
Aug 30
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Re: Loctite Thread Restorer

I think that an important point is using only enough epoxy to wet the aggregate. Good luck, Craig On Sun, 30 Aug 2015 11:49:15 -0700 "'Rick - yahoo'
Craig Counts
Aug 30
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Re: new article: An Improved Gib Retainer for a RF-30 mill/drill

Maybe a "Nyloc" nut would given better resolution, if it becomes a problem. Ralph ... Maybe a "Nyloc" nut would given better resolution, if it becomes a
Orologe
Aug 30
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