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Member postings for Chris Shelton

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Thread: Feedscrews
22/07/2013 15:59:40

A wealth of information, and advice can be found on MYCNCUK and CNCzone.com in USA.

Hope this helps.

Thread: Rechargeable 24 v drill
21/03/2013 13:42:53

Have a look at AEG Lithium ion drills, I use the 12 volt drills and nut drivers on a daily basis, they are superb, battery life and recharging times.

HTH

Thread: Steam engine
10/03/2013 12:51:18

Ian and Steve, I cannot take credit for this, came across while searching for something else on youtube, and thought it would be interesting to other member's.

09/03/2013 13:23:53

Hi Ian, hope this helps

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03/03/2013 19:40:29

Hope this is OK to post a link for youtube

http://youtu.be/bybr-4OTxgA

Thread: Schedule of the TB6560-V2 stepper control card
21/02/2013 00:00:31

Here is a link to a website showing connection details.

http://whatisacnc.com/driver-board/tb6560/

HTH
Thread: Source of small quantities of spring steel
24/12/2012 14:56:27

Could use feeler gauge.

Thread: Swarf vaccum cleaner
06/12/2012 23:09:31

Lidl has hot ash vacuum cleaners on sale from Monday 10th December £29.99.

HTH

Thread: Myford / Dixon Toolpost limitation
03/10/2012 15:17:51

Hi Rod, this item on ebay may solve your problem, allows up to 12mm tooling to be used.

the item number is 370603937747

HTH

Thread: Can someone identify this collet please
24/08/2012 14:32:21

Thank you all for the replies, I looked under Erikson and I think they are TG100's.

23/08/2012 17:54:11

I won 10 x DK20 collets on an auction site and received these, can anyone identify them please, I would like to let the seller know what he has sent.

They are 60.5mm long and the major external daimeter is 35.00mm, a 1p coin is included to give some idea of the size.p1000141.jpg

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you

Thread: Air con pipes
25/05/2012 15:31:25

These pipes are made of thin wall aluminum, not the best stuff to weld, also the system works at very high pressure 250 PSi is often seen in hot weather and the car is in traffic.

I have had some expensive pipes repaired by a local hydraulic company replacing the flexible part of these pipes but not the solid aluminum ones.

If you do manage to repair the pipe the system will have to be evacuated and regassed, adding any oil that might have been lost when the pipe failed.

If the pipe has been damaged for some time, it will be necessary to replace the reciever/dryer in the system.

HTH

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