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Member postings for Brian Sweeting

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Thread: Tube Notching
04/03/2019 13:39:14

AJ 1, very many years ago I worked for a firm that made tubular steel trolleys and the tubes were notched on a machine providing a similar method to the one that you are proposing.

If memory serves, it had a rotating cutter like a milling tool but mounted horizontally The tube was clamped into a movable vise and pushed onto the cutter.

Maybe make a sliding plug to go inside your tube so that a spare(?) drill chuck could be used to hold the non cutting end of the tube and improve your grip.

Thread: E bay
24/02/2019 12:27:43

Seems fine to me using Chrome on a tablet.

Have you tried clearing your computer cache? Sometimes helps.

Thread: Modern equivellent idea's please
14/02/2019 17:23:22

If you need new mounts for that motor try Remco......

**LINK**

Thread: lathe wanted
10/02/2019 22:20:09

Whereabouts are you located, roughly.

Thread: How do I adjust the quill?
10/02/2019 12:54:59

Thank you for the update, always good to know when a resolution is acheived.

Thread: J&S 540 Manual PDF
09/02/2019 14:27:30

Have you tried lathes.co.uk ?

Thread: Overload trip
08/02/2019 19:41:55

Right, 8amps and 230vac would be a suitable size for a regular motor overload device however a temperature sensing motor protection thermistor might be a better solution.

This link is to an American source but gives a good insight into the device.

**LINK**

08/02/2019 19:36:56
Posted by Michael Gilligan on 08/02/2019 19:34:19:

Brian,

The thread subtitle declares:

"8 watt 250 volt AC motor / gearbox."

MichaelG.

Thank you MichaelG, I hadn't read or adsorbed that bit of the title, I'll sit in the corner quietly for a bit.

08/02/2019 19:25:52

May I ask what the voltage of the motor is and is it ac or dc?

Thread: Very soft stretchy rubber grommets, where from?
06/02/2019 22:10:30

I think I know the type of thing you are looking for but for the life of me I can't name them.

In the meantime is there anything suitable from this grommet company....

**LINK**

Thread: Copper Round Head Rivets
01/02/2019 23:48:39

The power of Google ....

**LINK**

Thread: nylon gib strip grub screws?
15/01/2019 00:11:44

Try "self locking grub screws" to get started.

Some similar here - **LINK**

Thread: Piston rings
14/01/2019 14:05:55

Why not use what is specified, worst price I've seen was £4 a metre.

Thread: Yet more confusion!
12/01/2019 18:13:33
Posted by Brian H on 12/01/2019 15:12:20:

It didn't take long for someone to jump on the "it must be climate change" bandwagon.

Brian

Who jumped and where?

Thread: Unimat 3 - lost my variable speed.
04/01/2019 21:19:18

A bridge rectifier does not control voltage only ensures DC voltage.

Thread: Nylon for axle boxes ?
04/01/2019 21:14:54

Try looking at Acetal.

Thread: Jan Ridders Pressure Controlled 2 stroke Engine
04/01/2019 21:07:49

Congratulations, well deserved.

Thread: Workshop headphones
02/01/2019 17:29:26

If you search the net for "wireless ear defenders" you will find quite a range.

Thread: 1.5 hp dc motor
29/12/2018 18:25:17

What machine did it come from, this might gives clues to the controller ?

Thread: Merry Christmas from Australia
24/12/2018 12:46:58

Thank you and the seasons greetings to you and yours.

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