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Dennis Bohlke not doing well ...

In case some of you have not heard, Dennis who wrote SuperCam and runs the Super-Tech is currently battling cancer and loosing. One can monitor his progress on
Lester Caine
5:36 AM
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45516

Re: Taig Lathe for sale (St. Louis, MO)

Guys, take the lathe apart and pack the pieces in as small a box as possible. At some point, UPS, USPS, and FedEx Ground start charging a premium for "over
campgems
Sep 16
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45515

Re: Taig Lathe for sale (St. Louis, MO)

fyi, last time i shipped a lathe, ups charged 70$ (fully insured)
juangelt
Sep 16
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45514

Re: Taig Lathe for sale (St. Louis, MO)

Hi Pat, Where are you located? I can ship it but it won't necessarily be cheap. I won't charge any extra for packaging/shipping. I can get you a quote if
cmpyle@ymail.com
Sep 16
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45513

Re: Taig Lathe for sale (St. Louis, MO)

Will you ship it? My granddaughter's school is starting a makerspace, might be a good addition! Sent from my iPad
Pat Goodyear
Sep 15
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45512

Re: lathe motor swap

Greetings, A dedicated pivot polishing lathe in my clock shop was powered with a sewing machine motor. It was strong enough to polish and file pivots, but too
Stan Stocker
Sep 15
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45511

Re: lathe motor swap

It would be less than ideal but again it depends, If all you do is collet work with light cuts it might give passable results. It also depends upon the
David Frantz
Sep 15
#45511
 
45510

Re: lathe motor swap

Not it's not - posted this earlier: http://www.ajawamnet.com/ajawam3/swarf/maxnc.html
WAM
Sep 15
#45510
 
45509

Re: lathe motor swap

just use a motor out of an old electric wheelchair, 24V dc, and made to be abused whole day long, enough strenght, I am using one for over 10 years Van:
Mark P-..-
Sep 15
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45508

lathe motor swap

         all this talk has me thinking some , has anyone used a regular sewing machine motor using the sewing machine controller ? can't be too
mike
Sep 15
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45507

Taig Lathe for sale (St. Louis, MO)

If anyone is interested in an almost new Taig lathe, purchased from Nick Carter with a sizeable discount, please reach out. Here's the information of what was
cmpyle@ymail.com
Sep 15
#45507
 
45506

Re: Microlathe Motor Issue (new user)

Gary; It sounds like you need a new and proper motor, you actually have lottos choices here depending upon what you want to get out of the machine. Here are
David Frantz
Sep 15
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45505

Re: Consew CS1000 and CSM1000 Motor Info

Gaston is a very good source of info the these motors. Two numbers stick in my head as to the motor voltage. 350 and 500. The motor is wound with a three
campgems
Sep 14
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45504

Re: Microlathe Motor Issue (new user)

The torque spec is stalled torque, and the 825 rpm is NL = no-load speed. Unlike regular AC motors it doesn't have a more or less fixed speed that it tries to
David Beierl
Sep 14
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45503

Re: CAD/CAM fun ...

I would highly recommend Autodesk Fusion 360
Adrian Hicks
Sep 14
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