Here is a list of all the postings Mark P. has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Mag Base|
Would it be the same for magnetic chucks?
|Thread: Cleaning an old lathe|
If it was mine I would steam clean it.
|Thread: Clarke cl 500|
John, have a look on ebay, loads there and I think
that Machine Mart sell motors cheaper than £400.
|Thread: Honda Brake Cable|
How about buying a longer similar one and cutting it down? Worked for m
Thanks, looks like I'm stuck with W10 then.
As an aside, can you downgrade from W10 to W7 on a preinstalled laptop?
Happy Christmas to all. Mark P.
|Thread: Rake angle on Cutting Tools.....memory tips???|
I tend to grind all mine at about 10°, works for me.
|Thread: Rod Stewart's Model Railway|
Neil Young has quite a layout too.
|Thread: Warco milling machines|
Manny, I started with a WM16 it gave me good service, I traded up to a VMC
as it was more to my needs plus I'd moved house and had a bigger
workshop. I also have a Warco WM250 lathe they both do all I ask of them.
|Thread: Pendulum enquiry|
Don't suppose that it could be based on a metronome?
|Thread: Making from castings or scratch build.|
I'm currently building the Muncaster slipper head horizontal engine from scratch but with a piston valve instead of the slide valve. All parts have been machined from steel and cast bar rather than aluminium. The flywheel is a 5'' cast iron trolley wheel.
|Thread: Angle grinders - Dangerous or not|
Quite right Dusty, virtually all power tools can be dangerous without common sense.
|Thread: Tapping a thread|
Mick, personally I would have thought that a plug tap although not ideal should be ok
if you are careful.
|Thread: Hemswell Cliff, Lincs|
Adrian, every time I've been there's been nowt there.
|Thread: Making a Silicone Soldering Brush|
Just seen some silicone nail art brushes on ebay, various sizes and prices.
Edited By Mark P. on 01/06/2019 18:42:17
|Thread: Drill bits|
Loads on ebay.
|Thread: What do YOU call it?|
I call it bimbling.
|Thread: Threading 1/8 stainless steel|
Try opening your die up a smidge for the first pass.
|Thread: Small head metric hexagon bolts and nuts|
Thanks Brian, I did have a look at their website but couldn't see any.
I have heard about the German company but like you I can't remember the name.
I've tried ebay and EKP but no joy, EKP will make them but need to buy 1000+.
Regards Mark P.
Hello all, is there anywhere that sells smaller than standard head metric bolts and nuts in m5 m4 & m3 etc . I know that I can get one size smaller ba ones but I should like scale sized metric ones.
Regards Mark P.
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