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Member postings for Brian Rice 1

Here is a list of all the postings Brian Rice 1 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: Seeking someone to make a component (spacer)
07/05/2015 14:01:49

Here's the deal £10 each that takes into account the cost of my time plus cost of machines and tooling ,why have a workshop just get someone to do the work for you. A few plastic or fibre washers will do this little job .

Thread: Dismantling Sieg SX2 Plus Mini Mill
19/04/2015 09:41:00

I to had the same problem my two sons soon sorted it,carried it up stairs and on to stand in one move,I lived in Gods country too Noth Yorks.

Thread: Taper turning
13/04/2015 11:43:21

To be honest unless you really want to turn a m0 taper just buy a blank end M 0 taper,only a few pound.

Thread: LED Lighting
02/04/2015 20:06:58

Come on Neil where you been I've had some of these LEDs about 3 years now never go back to flash. Have a look on 7dayshop.

Thread: Stainless steel
31/03/2015 19:06:58

Thank you people

Thread: DRO on lathe cross slide accuracy/resolution
31/03/2015 15:37:58

Would not do with out mine on mini lathe my accuracy as Improved 100 percent no more guessing.

Thread: What did you do today (2015)
31/03/2015 15:33:08

Got peppered with hale stones more like golf balls hoch

Thread: Stainless steel
31/03/2015 15:29:56

how do I stop stainless steel work hardening when turning in lathe?

Thread: Stainless steel
31/03/2015 14:55:54

how do I stop stainless steel work hardening when turning in lathe?

Thread: Life as a left hander
21/03/2015 20:28:04

What about left handed screwdriver to go with your glass hammer coloured in asbeinred collected by Jim Crow on his wat for a long wait.

Thread: Lathe rusting
21/03/2015 20:17:50

I think I posted before a couple of Tilley lamps and plenty of insulation on thr floor I had palettes with carpet on top

Thread: ARCEUROTRADE
10/03/2015 07:47:07

had a problem with one of my DRO's ,I want to thank Ian from ARKEUROTRADE for his help ,first he rang back when they said he would wich a lot of company's don't do ,second after a two minute chat he is sending me a new unit out with out any quibbling true customers service. Thank you IAN. smiley

Thread: Slate slab to mount Myford ML10
08/03/2015 17:16:40

Just don't drop anything heavy on it I use one for marking out chipped it a few times.

Thread: Keeeping Machines Clean, New idea or Old?
08/03/2015 07:53:20

I have a lady that does wink

Thread: Woodwork Router Advice
07/03/2015 14:12:04

How far from top and bottom do hinges go?

07/03/2015 14:11:19

Posted by Phil Whitley on 07/03/2015 12:16:46:

Hi All, Excuse me, but that seems like a ridiculously complex way to cut the hinges into a door frame. this is the method I use, and which is always used by all the pro joiners I have ever seen fit a door,

Fold hinge to 90 deg and place on edge of door, pencil round and mark thickness of hinge on face of door, Chisel out and fit hinge to door, repeat for number of hinges till all are cut. Offer door up to frame, pack up with hardboard/cardboard to obtain correct clearance at top of door, mark hinges on to door frame, mark thickness of hinge on frame and chisel out.

Fit Door.

Twenty minutes tops and I am an Electrical engineer, A real joiner does it in less than half that time

Phil

Thread: Brushed or brushless?
06/03/2015 16:09:39

My mill is brushless got bags of torque where's the lathe whith is brushed struggles at low speed.

Thread: Self ejecting drawbar M1
06/03/2015 12:44:16

My mill is R8 and you still have to give it a tap to get the tooling out. I have been looking at this from SPG.

http://spgtools.com/viewtool.php?pid=105

Thread: Woodwork Router Advice
06/03/2015 12:37:00

I have this book if you are interested,make me a offer plus p&p

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Thread: Tip identification
05/03/2015 19:20:23
Posted by JasonB on 05/03/2015 17:38:57:

Brian how did you come up with that code? There is a boxed set on ebay with that code but not teh same shape as Johns?

Yes it was flebay

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