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Ok Thank I have work for the next mount Good desing and diagram Jacques savard Quebec city Hi Jack Try these
jacot
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Jul 2

A simple angle iron/concrete lathe (more detail)

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REALLY appreciate your efforts Keith! Could you take some close up pics? Pat
rigmatch
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Jul 1

George Ewen article

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Thanks Chris
rigmatch
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Jun 27

2.8 Billion small farmers both need and can afford this.

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Abe, Yes, but we are mixing projects: The pre-cast form would have all the fitments, channels, grooves cast in. I plan to use pre-cast, ready made concrete
Lance Eggleston
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Jun 23

100 buck (plus an engine block), simple, big lathe

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Thanks Keith The reason I used the 2 pieces of angle iron was to keep the height of the ways the same so that a piece of float glass could be used to level the
rigmatch
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Jun 21

nesting angle iron

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problem solved Just grind the taper out of the inner ends of the shoes and epoxy in thick wear strips. The wear strips will be the only part of the shoes in
rigmatch
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Jun 18

Very simple, low cost, screw cutting lathe

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Since the carriage could be simply lifted off (after releasing the lead screw) It would be simple to drop on another carriage that had a vertical, full size
rigmatch
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Jun 11

Just a thought

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Staring at Skip's KIA water pump, it seems it's uncommon for native pumps to have even have a shaft that is that long. I can't judge the overall dimensions of
Chris Tofu
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Jun 1

An accurate multimachine that can be built in primitive conditions.

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Thanks Ian On Sat, May 30, 2015 at 10:21 PM, Bill Wood steamingbill@gmail.com
Bill Wood
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May 31
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