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Member postings for David George 1

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Thread: angle plate
18/10/2019 20:36:54

Nice job they look sturdy.

David

Thread: Toolpost drill mill attachment
16/10/2019 19:20:31

Hi it's solid as a rock no vibration even with a grinding wheel that needs truing up. It has a flat belt with a 50mm pulley driving a 25mm pulley and I just like making tooling. The motor is offset to give me more room on the lathe.

David

16/10/2019 17:24:49

Hi I had a spindle and chuck given a few months ago and had a bit of spare time and made a useful bit of kit. I have tried drilling milling and grinding with it. It is a little bit slow for grinding at only 4000 rpm but it does work on all three operations.

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David

Thread: New Member from Suffolk England
16/10/2019 16:48:16

Hi David welcome to the forum. There seems a few David's around at the moment you are the second new member today called David. What lathe and mill do you have.

David

Thread: New member from North Wales
16/10/2019 16:44:14

Hi David welcome to the forum. What are your interests I am interested in tooling, repairing things and have just started to look at jewelry making, as well as looking at model steam engines. It all helps to keep one busy.

David

Thread: What are these pliers for
15/10/2019 09:15:40

They are two solid jaws like ordinary pliers, jaws rough hex shape and with a slot machined through. There is a PF logo in a triangle logo embossed on the handle.

David

Thread: Newall DRO
15/10/2019 07:32:56

In the past I have fitted these to many machines for 5 meter long boring machines to surface grinders just use the basic clamps and make your own brackets from pieces of ally angle and plate to suit machine. You can get a single ended mount scale but only if you have 12 inch or less movement. Have a look on Newell web site.

David

Edited By David George 1 on 15/10/2019 07:47:20

Thread: What grade
14/10/2019 18:34:57

You can get naval brass from M-machine metals.

David

Thread: What are these pliers for
14/10/2019 16:40:17

Can anyone say what these pliers used for a friend has them and asked what are they for.

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David

Thread: Newall DRO
14/10/2019 07:27:58

Hi John, can you use an extension perhaps an aluminium extrusion to move the scale backwards so that you can still get to the compound lock nuts. As long as the scale moves with the slide or the reader head moves it dosn' t mater that it is sticking out the back as long as it is sturdy.

David

Thread: Hello from Midlothian
13/10/2019 21:50:04

Hi Paul welcome to the forum. There are a few other navy types on here and any information you have may help others on here.

David

Thread: Saw
13/10/2019 19:24:58

That is funny I went to a jewellery makers exhibition the other week and bought one the same really easy to cut brass and ally plate and not a fortune £17.99 saw frame and 199 blades.

David

Thread: Faircut Lathe Owner
13/10/2019 12:12:26

Hi Brian, welcome to the forum. Any information on mods and help etc is welcome. What do you make on your machinery.

David

Thread: Tracy Tools Free replacement die.
12/10/2019 12:11:29

The piece I was making was this. About 15mm long.

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David

Edited By David George 1 on 12/10/2019 12:12:20

Thread: Hi all
10/10/2019 20:27:37

Hi Brian welcome to the forum. It sounds like you have a good selection of machinery. Where are you based as it sometimes helps to give local knowledge and supliers.

David

Thread: O ring sizes?
10/10/2019 17:09:36

I believe that 0.5 mm section is the smallest size have a look on simply bearings web site.

David

Thread: Tracy Tools Free replacement die.
10/10/2019 13:26:06

I have just received a replacement M3 x 0.6 Die. I ordered a carbon steel die on the internet on Sunday and it arrived on Tuesday but I was too busy till yesterday to try it. I only need one screw, in brass, for a small telescope on a walking stick so I thought that a carbon steel would be ok. I put it in my die holder and tried a cut but it was too small so I loosened the outer screws and tightened the centre wedge screw and there was a ping and the die broke. I called Tracy Tools and straight away they said they would send a replacement and today, the next day, it has arrived but the replacement is a HSS die not carbon steel and no charge. Absolutely magic and job done.

David

Edited By David George 1 on 10/10/2019 13:26:39

Thread: Tom Senior vertical guards
09/10/2019 22:54:18

This is my go-to polycarbonate guard. Magnetic base and knuckle to hold sheet.

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David

Thread: Bright EN24T steel vs Black EN24T for cutting gears
08/10/2019 22:11:30

The material of both bright and black steel are the same the hardness is the T which us the same in both products.

David

Thread: I am a metal sculptor and happy to be here!
08/10/2019 07:30:12

Hi Patrice, beautiful work. I had a look at your Instagram link and it was interesting what machinery and tools that you use to make your sculptures on. Where are you based I suspect not in the UK just interested. I recently dabbled in a rotary garden sculpture for S.W. M. B.O. but not on your level.

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David

 

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Edited By David George 1 on 08/10/2019 07:39:37

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