Here is a list of all the postings Gordon Smith 1 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Engineers blue alternatives|
The Prussian blue etching ink I got is manufactured by Cranfield and is oil based but washable with water. If you look at Tom Lipton's site on You tube he discusses the use of these type of spotting media.
I got my roller and water based colour from Amazon.
|Thread: Bookpress 5tpi Square thread help please!|
Why not lay it flat and use the lathe?
|Thread: Myfirst Myford Super 7 Mk1 Lathe - accessory identification|
Go to Halfords and get a bottle of ISO32 jack hydraulic oil.
Arc Euro also sell ISO 32 and 68 oils in 1 Litre bottles.
Edited By Gordon Smith 1 on 28/08/2018 17:27:47
|Thread: Boiler maker with initials DB|
Possibly David Bailey of Bracknell.
|Thread: Picador Type Drill Grinding Jig Modifications|
Graham Meek described some modifications in Engineering in Miniature March 2016
|Thread: Mitsubishi D720 Inverter Problem|
That's solved it. Swopped the jumper, which strained my ageing eyesight, and the remote now functions correctly. Many thanks.
I have set the control to remote and the potentiometer will control the speed but forward and reverse don't work.
I have a used Mitsubishi D720 inverter which is OK when operated from the front panel. With a remote control pad connected only the potentiometer works, the forward, reverse and jog functions are dead. I presume that some of my parameter settings are wrong. Can anyone help?
|Thread: Table 2 Query : The Missing 98%, ME4558|
Physician heal thyself.
|Thread: 'China freight train' in first trip to Barking England|
Who opens the doors?
|Thread: Pickling with Sulphuric|
Oleum is sulphuric acid with added sulphur trioxide.
|Thread: Windows 10 forced upgrade|
Here in sunny Bracknell the town was wired for cable TV back in the 1970's and operated by NTL. This was taken over by Virgin who run the fibre to cabinet. Interestingly when I moved here you wern't allowed to erect a TV aerial.
|Thread: Single phase reverse electrical genious required|
Presumably this motor is off a circular saw which only needs to run in one direction so may well be designed to be irreversible.
|Thread: Sieg SX2P|
I have one of these milling machines and generally find it satisfactory for milling mild steel. The biggest drawback in my opinion is the Z feed via a rack and pinion. With hindsight I would have bought one of the slightly larger mills with a screw fed Z axis. Looking at the AML16LV at £765.
|Thread: Oil gun|
Blackgates sell them.
|Thread: An Application to create dividing head tables|
Scanned with AVG and Malawares; all clear.
|Thread: Tool Height|
You need 8mm shank tools.
|Thread: 'Maybe'of interest to some. (pic heavy)|
Manual probably available on vintagemachinery.org
|Thread: Warco BH600G Modifications (clutch, gears, 3 phase)|
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