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Member postings for Ian Skeldon 2

Here is a list of all the postings Ian Skeldon 2 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: The Workshop Progress Thread 2019
22/04/2019 20:08:29

But what a beauty she is, nice one Jason.

Thread: Bengs 'Karl' Hit & Miss engine.
22/04/2019 19:58:11

Nice engine Andy.

Thread: The Workshop Progress Thread 2019
22/04/2019 15:56:08

Duncan Thanks for the tip, will give that a go.

Jason I love that engine, just to give an idea of the size, what diameter is the fly wheel?

Thread: Workshop insurance
28/03/2019 15:13:31

Thanks to Harry for the link, I have emailed them and am awaiting their response, I will of course let you all know how it goes.

Thread: What Did You Do Today 2019
21/03/2019 12:27:10

Great day so far......

Day off from work smiley, MEW mag dropped through the letter box and shortly after that the Vertex rotary table I bought second hand from forum member David Corner arrived.

David I commend your packing sir and I can't thank you enough for being such a gent to deal with.

Many thanks,

Ian

Thread: Workshop insurance
17/03/2019 16:59:41

Do WM have a website? I have googled and come up with only one address that is actually Walker Midgely and that returns a bad page??

Thread: Soba rotary table
13/03/2019 20:04:58

I have seen lots of the things you have made, so in the right hands they're very useable.

Thanks Jason

13/03/2019 18:29:17

Does anyone here use a Soba roary table without any issues? As already covered it depends on the level of accuracy the user is trying to achieve but it would be interesting to hear from owners of such tooling.

12/03/2019 20:14:12

I don't think I will ever have to worry that a shaft or bearing face is one hundredth of a millimeter out, and if I did I am really sure I don't have the time, equipment or skill to improve it, so maybe that vertex would be a good item for me to buy.

Ketan, do you sell Vertex?

Ian

Thread: Slitting Saw Arbor
22/02/2019 21:37:18

Thanks for sharing, great video although I don't think it needed the music.

Thread: Threading a bar for 6ba
08/02/2019 20:45:23

Thank you Benjamin, IanT and Nick, I will check out both of those suggestions.

Ian

07/02/2019 19:25:43

Firstly my apologies is this post is considered to be hi-jacking the original thread (there's a pun in there somewhere).

What is considered to be the best way to create very small diameter threads ( 1mm for instance) both internal and external, can you buy taps and dies in that sort of size?

Thanks,

Ian

Thread: 3 cyl Pip engine
20/01/2019 17:03:32

David I bow to your ingenuity and machining skills, not to mention your patience.

Edited By Ian Skeldon 2 on 20/01/2019 17:04:33

Thread: For discussing the merits of alternative 3D CAD programs.
15/01/2019 20:36:35

Could be I am looking at the wrong thing, this is all I found **LINK**when looking for Onshape. As I am not a student or an educator it would seem that there is only the trial version available?

14/01/2019 21:14:51

Turbine Guy,

I have looked at Onshape a couple of times but unless your a student (or I have missed something), it seems pretty expensive $1500 a year.

Ian

14/01/2019 20:59:12

Hi Martin,

It does have some fine drawings in the gallery, like I said it would seem that you know your way around it pretty well.

ATB,

Ian

13/01/2019 16:42:59

Martin (or should it be Eddie ?) anyway, you do make it look easy with MOI, you certainly seem to know your way around that particular package, out of curiosity, what does it cost to buy?

Edited By Ian Skeldon 2 on 13/01/2019 16:43:31

Thread: Short technique, set-up and problem solving articles for MEW
01/01/2019 21:36:29

I don't think you can go wrong for a tenner as long as it's accurate enough for the intended use, I will have to take a look around for a Lidel, thanks Bazyle.

Thread: Completed Twin Inline IC Engine
01/01/2019 21:26:15

That's lovely mate, nice one.

Thread: Lathe crash!
01/01/2019 17:09:46

ChrisB I had a nightmare getting my lathe to cut the thread I wanted (internal and external imperial on my metric lathe).

Thankfully there was an answer and pretty much all of those involved in this thread helped me to sort it out, looks like your issue is going to be more difficult to resolve, maybe buy a load of bushes and hope you never need them wink

Ian

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