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Member postings for Mark P.

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: WARCO WM-250 lathe family and WM16 mill - 001
16/08/2018 18:25:55
I don't suppose that anyone has a spare set of WM250 change wheels they would like to sell please.
Thanks Mark P.
Thread: Centre punch
04/07/2018 17:13:47
They are the dogs doofers Vic, had this years much better than the automatic ones.

Mark P.
04/07/2018 15:05:20
Thanks Chris, that's the boy I've been looking for.
Mark P.
04/07/2018 13:19:38
Thank you Michael.No Brian I'm not after an eclipse type of punch I've got one of those but prefer the one in the link but I can't remember where I got it from.
Mark P.
04/07/2018 10:11:27
Morning all, does anyone know where I can get another one of these spring punches?
Mark P.

Edited By Mark P. on 04/07/2018 10:12:04

Thread: New shed- bedding material
12/06/2018 17:07:23
John, how about conveyer belting?
Mark P
Thread: What did you do Today 2018
28/03/2018 08:45:53
Hi Mike, had the same trouble with my local B&Q, I reckon it is the way they store their timber.Either that or the way the wood is dried.
Mark P.
Thread: Any other out of touch members ?
27/02/2018 18:45:07
We've not had a telly for years. We have an old DELL laptop (2nd hand) I do have an old smartphone, well a fairly clever phone I wouldn't call it smart.I really don't need all the so called mod-cons.
Mark P.
Thread: What did you do Today 2018
06/02/2018 11:53:24
I took out all the electric storage heaters out of my bungalow,ready for central heating instalation.Found out the bricks stay hot for a long time!
Mark P.
Thread: R8 chuck problem
10/01/2018 18:57:25
Hi Richard, I hold the front pulley on my VMC to tighten my er chuck.
Mark P.
Thread: What's the strangest project you've ever seen in an old ME or MEW?
19/12/2017 17:05:38
Not MEW or ME, I have a set of The Amateur Mechanic dating from around 1920/1930 which has a build your own Xray machine! Harmless fun it says amaze your freinds and relatives!

Mark P.
Thread: Best Parting off tool
06/12/2017 11:47:56
I've been using a T shaped parting blade from Chronos, made my own holder myself, best parting blade I've ever had!
Mark P.
Thread: Chester or Warco.
21/11/2017 16:58:46
Don't know about Chester but I can't fault WARCO had 3 machines from them and their aftersales service is great.
Mark P.
Thread: Sketch/Drawing holder
16/11/2017 12:38:58
I use one of those plastic coathangers with the clips at the ends, clip your A4 drawing on and hang it up.
Mark P
Thread: New chinese lathe or old Myford lathe
18/10/2017 19:06:31
I've had a Warco WM250 for about 10 years and has done everything and more I have asked of it. Apart from fitting a VFD and motor I've had no real trouble with it.
Mark P.
Thread: Trouble at Mill!
16/10/2017 12:12:00
Says a lot doesn't it Rod!
M. P
15/10/2017 18:26:57
Can I keep this thread going, because if it is the company I think it is myself and another person have a vested interest in it. Ie we are owed money.
13/10/2017 22:02:21
Pm for you Geoff.
Thread: WM250 thread cutting
23/09/2017 17:57:52
Dave, same you I think I've only screwcut on my lathe a small handfull of times in 10 years I normally use a tailstock die holder. I only needed to cut the 20TPI 1"dia thread to make a puller to remove the clutch hub on my 57 Triumph Thunderbird.
Mark P.
23/09/2017 16:39:04
John,I know exactly what you mean about not having enough hands! I am thinking about making a new shorter banjo when I have a bit of spare time.
Mark P.
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