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Member postings for Brian H

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Thread: Which Milling machine and what is its footprint?
02/07/2020 07:48:43

Agree with Bayzyle and Jason, better to leave the head dead square and use a tilting vice or even a vertical rotating table.

Brian

Thread: Hi Folks!
01/07/2020 22:13:49

Hello Roger and welcome to this excellent forum. It sound like you will be setting up a workshop and, if so, there is plenty of help and advice available here, you have but to ask your questions.

Brian

Thread: New member as per
30/06/2020 17:56:43

Hello Sam and welcome to the forum. I believe that a couple of posts should do the trick so a reply to this should just about get you there.

Be aware that at is the moderators decide on this and if they are away on holiday it may take a little time.

Brian

Thread: Hiyas
30/06/2020 08:04:08

Hello Ady and welcome. There are a number of clockmakers on here who will doubtless be in touch later. I know that sometimes the colours are intended to identify the types of metal that the tools are intended for but in other cases it just depends on what colour the toolmaker uses!

Again, I'm sure that someone more knowledgable will be along soon.

Brian

Thread: Exploding Grinding Wheel
30/06/2020 07:53:55

I'm a stand asider also and I think it is also very important to check ANY wheel before mounting it using 'the ring test'.

If you don't know what that is then Google it.

Brian

Thread: Coronavirus, advice from ME
29/06/2020 17:46:32

It is not essential to be an expert to have an opinion about anything.

Brian

Thread: Hi everyone
29/06/2020 08:42:08

Hello Ian and welcome to the forum.

What sort of things are you hoping to make with your Super 7?

Brian

Thread: lead solder
26/06/2020 13:03:32

Thanks for that David, I will need some myself soon and I have always associated CuP as being silver solder suppliers.

Brian

Thread: As per above am introducing myself
26/06/2020 13:01:35

Hello Christopher and welcome. Not one myself but there are a few musical instrument makers on here who will, hopefully, be along soon.

Brian

Thread: North Yorkshire Logging In
23/06/2020 16:59:33

Hello Brian (that's a GOOD name) and welcome. It really doesn't matter if you have a workshop full of the latest equipment or if your workshop is the kitchen table, all are welcome.

I'm afraid that I cannot help with the Stirling engines but there are some on here who should be along soon and be able to help.

Brian

Thread: Henry Fords 1896 Quadricycle Model
23/06/2020 12:40:56

Earlier posts are listed under "Ford Quadricycle"

I'll keep any updates in this post which is "Henry Fords 1896 Quadricycle Model"

Brian

23/06/2020 10:07:49

Hello David, I see what you mean. I'll try to fix it, unless it needs a moderator.

Brian

22/06/2020 19:34:51

And a little more progress, the front axle and suspension.img_0288.jpg

Thread: Tom Senior Suds Tank
19/06/2020 13:24:25

No involvement with this company but this might do the trick, or, contact your coolant supplier.

Might be available in small qtys from a model engineers supplier.

Brian

**LINK**

Thread: Henry Fords 1896 Quadricycle Model
18/06/2020 20:18:45

A little more progress, the back axle, bearings and wheel hubs.

Brian

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Thread: Lollipop maybe?
18/06/2020 16:16:55

The gibs are adjusted by the 2 thumbscrews on the side.

I have an original sales leaflet so I'll have a look.

Brian

Edited By Brian H on 18/06/2020 16:18:02

Had a look but the inside of my box is different

Edited By Brian H on 18/06/2020 17:54:23

Thread: Pesky Government Announcement!
18/06/2020 08:27:44

I don't know how anyone can concentrate with music playing.

Brian

Thread: New member in Ireland
17/06/2020 15:05:54

Hello David and welcome to this excellent forum. If you've not found it already then you may be interested in this site.

**LINK**

Brian

Thread: New Here
16/06/2020 18:28:30

Hello Tim and welcome.What sorts of projects are you hoping to use your workshop for?

Brian

Thread: Hi from bucks
16/06/2020 18:03:42

Hello Rich and welcome. That's a different reason for wanting a lathe but I wonder if a cylindrical grinder might be more appropriate, especially for the cylinder itself.

If you see any machinery and want to know more about the make, just about the best site is:

www.lathes.co.uk

Don't be put off by the name, it's not just lathes nowadays.

Brian

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