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OT- Covel/Craftsman Power hacksaw-Needs help Hi Guys Wonder anyone out there owns a Craftsman power hacksaw? I need some close-ups photos and dimensions. Now busy drafting and planning raw parts to make a
wansteve@ymail.com
6:09 AM
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new bottom part I saw a youtube video of Ed Maisey were he explains how he converted his top slide to a much better system, made a little comment about it that I even had the
pe3hmp
Apr 12
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New file uploaded to TAIGTOOLS Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the TAIGTOOLS group. File : /Luc pics/T5
TAIGTOOLS@yahoogroups.com
Apr 7
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New file uploaded to TAIGTOOLS Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the TAIGTOOLS group. File : /Luc
TAIGTOOLS@yahoogroups.com
Apr 7
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New file uploaded to TAIGTOOLS Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the TAIGTOOLS group. File : /Luc
TAIGTOOLS@yahoogroups.com
Apr 7
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New file uploaded to TAIGTOOLS Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the TAIGTOOLS group. File : /Luc
TAIGTOOLS@yahoogroups.com
Apr 7
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Re: antique hand crank drill/grinder Yep sounds very similar I just posted up several other pics of old tools including a picture showing the details of the two speed conical gears making it very
retrosurfer1959
Apr 6
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Re: TAIGTOOLS Hi Shawn Possible to pte email photos of the bench grinder? See your collections, very keen to view it. Steve Wan stewan@...
Steve Wan
Apr 6
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Re: antique hand crank drill/grinder Hi Don I'm a forum member of Universal Pillartool. The design is very different. The one I have in mind is run by bevel gears at 2 speeds without electricity.
Steve Wan
Apr 6
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Re: antique hand crank drill/grinder A couple years back, I acquired some kits and books from the estate of a gentleman who spent some time in the UK. One book, alas no parts, was the "Building
Don Rogers
Apr 6
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Re: TAIGTOOLS Yep it might be confusing the photos already there show the Best Grinder black with bronze label it's a very simple looking bring but very strong and versatile
retrosurfer1959
Apr 6
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Re: antique hand crank drill/grinder Hi Schmit Hand crank machines mignt be of the past. But yet they do perform well for small drill bits and light grinding which electrical bench grinder don't.
Steve Wan
Apr 6
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Re: antique hand crank drill/grinder If your talking about the photos in the photo folder here that has 6 photos and under the name Retrosurfer 1959 That's me I have three drills and three of four
retrosurfer1959
Apr 6
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Re: antique hand crank drill/grinder Steve, I wasn't the one that posted, but I had one of them as a boy.  It was useful, but had sloppy gears, and was designed backwards. You had to hold the
Will Schmit
Apr 6
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antique hand crank drill/grinder Hi Guys May I reach the person that posted a few nice vintage hand powered bench drill and grinder? I like to study more in details the design aspect as I may
wansteve@ymail.com
Apr 6
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Re: Hal sensor, tachometer Nicely done, Unrelated to the tach, I like the Dremel mount method. Gerrit From: TAIGTOOLS@yahoogroups.com [mailto:TAIGTOOLS@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of
Gerrit Visser
Apr 6
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Re: Hal sensor, tachometer I have posted a schematic and some information about my mill and lathe tachs. I will add some pictures of the mill sensor mount when I return to the US in a
gebowes
Apr 6
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Re: Hal sensor, tachometer Oops, That should be I can't build it for that price :-) I can build it for that price Gerrit From: TAIGTOOLS@yahoogroups.com
Gerrit Visser
Apr 4
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Re: Hal sensor, tachometer Thanks Graham, I can build it for that price. Will order when I get back home…. Gerrit From: TAIGTOOLS@yahoogroups.com [mailto:TAIGTOOLS@yahoogroups.com] On
Gerrit Visser
Apr 4
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Re: Hal sensor, tachometer I would like to see your photos and circuit. Looks like a very versatile and inexpensive piece of electronics. Don
Don Rogers
Apr 4
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Re: Hal sensor, tachometer I used an import similar to this one
gebowes
Apr 3
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Re: 3d printed Y endstops ... Handy, that.
Paul J. Ste. Marie
Apr 2
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Re: square nuts ... http://www.microfasteners.com/nqk0440-4-40-square-nuts-in-steel-with-black-oxide.html Cool, thanks!
Paul J. Ste. Marie
Apr 2
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Re: t ... That depends entirely on how the sensor is set up and the amplification electronics. The sensor itself is quite simple and totally symmetric: a simple
Paul J. Ste. Marie
Apr 2
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Re: 3d printed Y endstops ... Plain old snap switches mounted on 1/16" 6061 brackets (X), a MicroRAX rail (Y), and a piece of servo tape (Z). Repeatability is quite good for X and Y, a
Paul J. Ste. Marie
Apr 2
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Re: Help choosing stepper motors ... Plus going up to 400 steps per rev means you have to double the frequency going into the motor, meaning all your speeds will be cut in half even before
Paul J. Ste. Marie
Apr 2
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Re: Hal sensor, tachometer For the 'what RPM is it running" mode. One of the hand held tachs is like the laser one below is probably a very cost effective option. I've used my model
Don Rogers
Apr 1
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Re: Hal sensor, tachometer Hi Pat The printer thingie is already being designed into a DRO (the disc has 1200/inch I think). Not home yet, won't see my stuff for another 3 weeks.. Gerrit
Gerrit Visser
Apr 1
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Re: Hal sensor, tachometer Thanks, for now I am only in the 'what RPM is it running' mode. I would likely add a separate index spot /sensor for ELS threading use. Gerrit From:
Gerrit Visser
Apr 1
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Re: Hal sensor, tachometer Be careful if you use this idea with a lathe head.  The speed sensor needs to have only one reference, so it knows where to start the threads.
Will Schmit
Apr 1
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