Here is a list of all the postings anthony smith 4 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Close call today.|
HI FEEDING PETER THREE TWIN AND EARTH CABLES RUNNING THROUGH ANY FITTING IS NOT ON
THE BALLAST WILL REQUIRE AIR SPACE AROUND IT AS IT WILL GENERATE 15 TO 20 WATTS OF HEAT
I HAVE SEEN THIS BEFORE WHEN THE CABLES ARE RUN NEXT TO THE BALLAST AND SIDE OF FITTING
|Thread: Round belting|
HI JOHN LATHES .CO.UK KEEP BELT YOU WANT
|Thread: Milling Table "fault"|
HI ROGER LOOKING AT YOUR PHOTO OF MILL THE HEAD IS TILTING TO FRONT OF THE MACHINE I WOULD SHIM THE FRONT OF THE COLUMN WITH A FOUR THOU SHIM MOUNT THE DTI IN THE CHUCK
AND CHECK AGAIN THIS WILL TELL YOU IF YOU HAVE TO INCREASE THE SHIM OR SHIM THE REAR OF THE COLUMN CASTING
|Thread: Suspected stuck piston rings|
REDEX in the bore will free the rings some years ago i had a 2000cc petrol engine had not run for two years one ege cup in each bore left a day tried this for five days on the fifth day engin ran for 65000 miles till the body fell to bits due to rust engine was ok when it went too the dump
|Thread: warco lathes.|
THIS IS CLEARLEY A FAULT EXTERNAL TO THE LATHE WHAT TYPE OF SUPPLY DO YOU HAVE
|Thread: Myford super7 spindle lock|
LOCKTITE WILL DO THE JOB USED LOCHTITE ON A ML7 AND SUPER 7 ABOUT TWENTY YEARS AGO
|Thread: Consumer units -how do they work?|
IF THE FAN HAS NOT BEEN USED FOR SOME TIME MOTOR WINDINGS MAY BE DAMP DRY WITH HAIR DRYER
|Thread: dore westbury mk2|
BUY THE MILL AND SELL IT TO ME FOR TWICE THE PRICE
|Thread: ML7 Topslide limitations|
RE MR BEECROFTS DRAWING THIS DOES NOT APPEAR TO PREVENT THE TOP SLIDE FEED DIAL FOWLING THE CROSS SLIDE DIAL.THE SUB BASE OF 3/8 THICKNESS WILL PREVENT THIS .THE PLATE SHOULD BE 4.75" SQUARE AND NOT 4.5" AS I SUGGESTED
TO ALLOW GREATER ROTATION OF TOP SLIDE MAKE A SUB BASE OF 3/8 THICK PLATE ABOUT 4.5INS SQUARE WITH A HOLE BORED TO SUITE TOP SLIDE SPIGGET. FIXED TO CROSS SLIDE WITH COUNTERSUNK SOCKET SCREWS MILL CURVED SLOTS TO SUITE TOP SLIDE FIXINGS.IT WILL THEN BE NECESSARY TO USE SMALLER TOOLS
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