Here is a list of all the postings larry phelan 1 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Electric motor and control|
Ah yes, but no adventure ????
|Thread: Screw cutting|
By the time you have worked your way through Sparey,s chapter on screwcutting, I think you should have a fairly good idea of how to proceed.
|Thread: A Couple of Questions about Pipe?|
Makes more sense than many other posts !
|Thread: Back to Imperial|
I buy butter in packs of 454 grams, have done for years.
Bring back Imperial ? That will be the day !!
|Thread: Post Office Deliveries|
Actually, I cannot find fault with my local Post Office, they are helpful to a fault.
Credit where credit is due.
I have no problem with my post, but then, I keep my postman well supplied with apple tarts !
Seems to help.
Just an idea !
|Thread: Leadscrews and other features of Asian milling machines|
For hobby use, or indeed most day-to-day use, I doubt if yo have anything to worry about.
As Tony say,s, no need to go wild for normal use.
Sounds like a nice machine, I like the idea of the two spindles, handy for gear cutting.
|Thread: A question about motor|
If it runs OK, what,s the problem ?
Let sleeping dogs lie.
|Thread: Woodmaster Table Saw|
Only useful for ripsawing
At 30 quid, I think you did OK. I would just fit a new switch and get it up and running.
Riving knife is not too important, I seldom use mine since it gets in the way while grooving or cutting joints.
You will do fine without it.
Nice find !
|Thread: Cutting Steel Plate.|
|Thread: Why do designers do this!!|
I think Chris has got it in one !!
|Thread: They see you coming|
You mean to say you have people like that over your way as well ???
|Thread: Disposal of swarf|
I recycle my scrap in my local centre, they take almost everything and all for 2 Euro !
No excuse to dump anything in The Sunny South East !
|Thread: Cleaning my lathe|
I clean off every scrap of dirt I can find, then I polish everything to a high finish before wrapping it all up nice and tidy and wishing it sweet dreams. !
Needless to say, I seldom switch it on No-N0-No, that,s not good for it, it,s only there to be looked at, not used !
However, in the real World, I use it to get the job done, then clean off the heavy muck before getting on with something else. I regard it as a machine to be used, not to be looked at. I can buy ornaments cheaper.
|Thread: Student switchgear|
Sad to say, Bernard, that kind of response seems to be quite common these days.
Hope you get sorted out OK, could be a nice machine when you get it running.
|Thread: A SIMPLE POINT !|
Nothing in life is simple, is it ?
|Thread: Build a Pallet Beehive|
And as Ady1 says "If it dont work, kill them" !
|Thread: Chipmaster motor wiring|
I dont think it,s the starter you should be looking at. Perhaps you should check the position of the links in the motor terminal box ? One way for star, other way for delta.
|Thread: Left hand thread on a Chester drill spindle|
That would seem to be very similar to the setup on a chopsaw, which has a left hand screw, or nut, clamping the blade in place. Nothing unusual there, I think. As Brian Woods said, a washer should sort it out.
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