Here is a list of all the postings John Gregson 1 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Aveling and Porter Steam roller TE 23|
Thanks for last post all sorted sarik are sending a copy £12.50
Aveling and Porter Steam roller TE 23 .
2” scale drawn by John Haining
i Making model TE 23 steam roller, as I just got the drawing from a model engineer and the sheet 3 is missing
Can you please help we’re I can locate a copy of drawing.
|Thread: Smart and brown lathe|
I have emco 8 lathe, can please help with the taper on the headstock as making a new backing plate for my 4 jaw chuck
|Thread: Making Square Nuts, 4 mm Spanner, 3 mm high in 8BA or M2|
Get them laser cut, and tap the holes after they been have cut. And ask for a sample before you place the order to see if it works out for you, good luck.
Edited By John Gregson 1 on 20/01/2018 09:49:42
|Thread: Chilled cast iron piston casting|
Re grind a tungsten carbide tip to a sharp point . Run at low revs and get under the chill, or buy diamond tip.
|Thread: Your recommendations to a total beginner looking to use CAD software?|
I still got auto cad 2000 running on very old laptop platform window me and newer laptop On Xp I find this easy to use.
|Thread: Most economical way to Countersink Stainless steel plate|
Countersink with three cutting edges slow speed 125 to 250 and slow feed if you have, plenty of cutting fluid . Try liquid soap and oil this as worked for me
|Thread: Bits of steel for small jobs|
Can you help as lost model engineer work shop no 226. Which was the magazine with the wiper motor speed control. Can you please tell me where I can get another copy or post the information of this we control online. As I have little milling machine from which I am making feed drive
|Thread: Your lathe bench|
i like your lathe work bench, is It able to move about the work shop great idea. You more photographs
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