Here is a list of all the postings Grizzly bear has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: New in the Forum from Germany|
Welcome Werner, you will fit in nicely.
German engineering is world famous.
Sunbeam S8 etc.
Edited By Grizzly bear on 18/02/2020 19:26:24
|Thread: Desoldering how to?|
Congratulations, very satisfying I'm sure.
My interest has been hobby oriented, I too enjoyed the electronic magazines, especially 'Television' the follow-on from Practical Television.
Now, the www. is so useful for gathering information.
Ian, Have you sorted your desoldering?
If you are still pondering, I could do it. Cost? Postage only.
The only downside, it could get lost on its' journey
|Thread: why does my makita go pop occasionally ?|
Regarding the 'search' duckduckgo, "Makita mains noise suppressor."
It gives you some insight to suppressors in general.
Interesting comment from Andrew, regarding earth (Ground) connection.
Is this any good?
Hi Gerry, Can you take a close-up photo of your yellow whatsit .
I would imagine it's a mains filter.
Good luck, Bear..
|Thread: Clockwork steam roller search.|
Good luck, Bear..
|Thread: How to update my email address for MEW|
Thank you Jason, it's for the forum.
How to update my email address for MEW.
Any help would be appreciated.
Edited By Grizzly bear on 05/12/2019 19:24:09
|Thread: Heavy Duty Castors|
Screwfix 39449 4pk £10.49 or 36084 £21.99 heavy duty rubber& steel castors.
|Thread: Diesel horn|
A clever daughter, missing her on another forum.
|Thread: My week in the workshop|
Thank you, very interesting.
I like your grass cutter.
|Thread: Water pump shaft clearance?|
Picture or link please.
|Thread: Collet Chucks out of true|
Why are you measuring at 110mm, that's ~ 4.25 inches?
|Thread: What do you use your lathe for?|
Some good and interesting answers.
Me, maintenance, all things indoors and outdoors.
Most recent, lawnmower and garden shredder.
Making mechanical parts for the electronics hobby.
Enjoy working with acetal & similar.
Thread turning is very rewarding and therapeutic.
If you are having a bad day, a burst of the lathe is a tonic.
|Thread: What Myford is this?|
Last picture, manual says: ML7-R.
Food for thought!
|Thread: Ebay 'photos'|
They were probably Estate Agents in a previous life!
|Thread: Mini lathe|
S-O-D wrote; " You have a thoroughly odd set of symptoms, my vote would be for a faulty motor except you've had it running off a 50V supply".
If its shorted, it could probably cope with low voltage. Just a thought!
|Thread: Drilling Ball bearing balls|
Would a ball out of a computer mouse do? Not very shiny.
+1 for Bikepete
I've lead a very sheltered life, the video was 'New' to me.
I was just sharing.
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