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Re: Does anyone here have or can design a roller shutter forming mac

Hallo Muriuki, Kindly pass me your contacts and we can share some ideas. Nice day. Vincent.
vincentmutunge
Jan 15
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20504

DIY hydraulic press

Really interesting video *HERE * of Tuomas Soikkeli's home made hydraulic press.  It's about 9 minutes. ... You cannot help the
NHEngineer
Jan 9
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20503

Re: DIY lathe

Well, you're a good sport about it. :-)  You tell some folks that you think them to be wrong and you need to be careful where you park your car. Speaking of
NHEngineer
Dec 26, 2017
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20502

Re: DIY lathe

WRONG ??? !!!  cant be , i am a professionally trained  Machinist !! 2 yr course,now 40 yrs of experience, taking all maner of subjects,(exepct
louis richardson
Dec 26, 2017
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20501

Re: DIY lathe

I believe, Mr. Richardson, that you are wrong. I'll build a similar lathe and fill the tubing cores with concrete to insure stability, accuracy and add mass. 
NHEngineer
Dec 26, 2017
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20500

Re: DIY lathe

yes it was me,, like i said, a WELDED lathe is barely useable, the lathe in pic is not that.. most of the welds are tack welds ,plenty of bolts holding that
louis richardson
Dec 26, 2017
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20499

Re: DIY lathe

I believe it was Louis Richardson.  See below. louis richardson,Nov 20 well not really, a barely usable machine can be made by welding, Dave Gingery found
NHEngineer
Dec 26, 2017
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20498

Re: DIY lathe

Don't know who said that!
mwmkravchenko
Dec 26, 2017
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20497

DIY lathe

So then, a welded DIY lathe won't work eh? http://www.homemadetools.net/forum/attachments/metal-turning-lathe-100_1825.jpg-13297d1471950697 Click *HERE
NHEngineer
Dec 26, 2017
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20496

DIY Re-Bar Clamp

This is quite interesting.  I'm not sure how strong it would be but it could serve as a light duty clamp I guess.  Especially interesting because it can be
NHEngineer
Dec 26, 2017
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20495

NEO Yahoo

Everyone, If you are using an old link to access Yahoo Groups, it may not work for you. Yahoo has stopped redirecting links from the old format. The correct
Shannon DeWolfe
Dec 1, 2017
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20494

Re: "Mini" Mill Based on Small Engine Blocks?

Good input guys.  I'm looking to avoid getting involved in casting - thus my interest in something using already cast, precision blocks.  I'm taking a look
Arthur Coe
Nov 20, 2017
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20493

Re: "Mini" Mill Based on Small Engine Blocks?

... Welding gets things in place, but the concrete is what makes it stable. Aluminum is quite flexible (not to mention light) compared to concrete.
David Lang
Nov 20, 2017
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20492

Re: "Mini" Mill Based on Small Engine Blocks?

Perhaps Louis but he never tried concrete.  I do not subscribe to the Dave Gingery fan club or should I have written "religion". David Lee ... On 2017-11-20
NHEngineer
Nov 20, 2017
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20491

Re: "Mini" Mill Based on Small Engine Blocks?

well not really, a barely usable machine can be made by welding, Dave Gingery found that out, thats why he came up with Aluminum castings for his machine
louis richardson
Nov 20, 2017
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