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Member postings for Steviegtr

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Thread: Hello from East Northamptonshire
21/10/2021 22:26:46

Hi Michael & welcome to the Forum. Many members have the Myford lathe of different models etc. The super 7 has a gap bed so technically you could swing up to 10" if using a backplate or fixture. But as said above it is only a small lathe. Hope to see some projects from you in the near future.

I have not ventured into steam as yet, but never say never i guess. Some members have made some stunning machinery. So you will have no shortage of help at hand.

Steve.

Thread: Clattering Backgears
19/10/2021 15:01:51

Ah yes Michael, that's probably why he has not responded.

Steve.

19/10/2021 00:56:31

Make & model of Lathe. May help with answers.

Steve.

Thread: Bench grinder
14/10/2021 23:21:22

Many bench grinders do not have a centrifugal switch. They are just capacitor start & run. The capacitor being in circuit permanantly. Hopefully a cheap fix for you.

Steve.

Thread: Passing of a Fine Modeller and Engineer
14/10/2021 18:57:46

Hi Joseph. I did not know him , but always sad to loose someone. He had a good innings though. Commiserations to there close friends & family.

Steve.

Thread: Could you get away with this today
11/10/2021 15:16:11

Stiff upper lips. I P.M.S.L

Steve.

10/10/2021 22:57:13

Just came across this old sketch of Benny hill. Laughed from start to finish. Could they get away with it today though.

Steve.

Benny hill sketch

Thread: My mini introduction
10/10/2021 22:46:32

Welcome Guy. Hope you find plenty of advise on here as you need it.

Steve.

Thread: Paint stripper
07/10/2021 22:56:24

Good old Baking soda acts as a neutraliser.

Steve.

Thread: What was the purpose of these tools
07/10/2021 22:54:19

Brother in law spent many years doing that job. He says main sewers are 1-100

Steve.

07/10/2021 22:51:22
Posted by JasonB on 07/10/2021 16:22:13:

I think the "keyhole" was just the escution for another now broken vial so you could use it as a "level" on vertical or slightly inclined surfaces just like the bubble on the long edge is used for horizontal work.

yes

Steve.

Thread: Paint stripper
07/10/2021 22:45:48

I always used Nitromors paint stripper. Never failed , apart from with stove enamel.

Steve.

Thread: What was the purpose of these tools
07/10/2021 15:15:18

The keyhole type slot looks an important part of it, being solid brass.

Steve.

Thread: NHS Covid Passport Scam
06/10/2021 14:35:50
Posted by Anthony Knights on 05/10/2021 04:27:26:

How do you get a "passport" if you do not possess a smart phone.?????????????????

You could get the app for P.C or Tablet. Remember they only last a month. So if going away ,then you need to get one near your travel date.

Steve.

Thread: Chain Protection Sleeve
05/10/2021 19:28:04

I would have thought good old clear plastic tube would work. The type you would buy from local auto spares shop or hardware store.

Steve.

Thread: Tool Chest
04/10/2021 17:41:16
Posted by Oldiron on 02/10/2021 22:38:12:

Now this is a good recycling project. Tool Chest I like it a lot.

regards

Wow , very nice.

Steve.

Thread: NHS Covid Passport Scam
04/10/2021 17:36:48

We have just back from 2 weeks in the Canaries. Going out was show your vaccination pass from NHS. & fill in a passenger locator form on a Spain website. Qr code is then received to show on arrival at destination. 2 Covid tests are purchased before travel. 1 to do 2 days before return to UK. With a results QR code to show.

Then a passenger locator form has to be filled in on the UK website , showing the QR code from test.

Then 2 days after return , another covid test which has to be sent to a lab for checking.

I must say the whole thing was very stressful to do. Had i been much younger maybe i would have taken it in my stride.

To top it all , I broke the sump on a Fiat 500 rental , which cost me 500 euro's. Phew.

Glutton for punishment so we have booked for next year with the Family.

Steve.

Thread: Bassett Lowke "Eclipse"
02/10/2021 14:49:48

yes Great work Jason. Guess 3500 RPM

Steve.

Thread: Maplin Weather Station Repairs
30/09/2021 14:32:42

Most problems with external battery operated equipment is the Battery terminals becoming corroded. Worth a good look.

Steve.

Thread: Not enoughh CO2 ?
21/09/2021 23:16:57

Well over here in the Canary Islands it is a issue. The volcano in Las Palmas is spuing huge amounts out at the moment. Not good I guess. Not to mention that the earth is getting hollowed by the day.Steve.

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