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Member postings for roy entwistle

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Thread: 5BA / M3 - Interchangability
04/11/2019 10:50:03

Hex head grub screws ??? Don't you mean socket head ?

Roy

Thread: Cutter Advice for silver steel Micro machining
03/11/2019 21:13:40

These have been made by watchmakers using hand held gravers for more years than I care to think about. Many driven by a bow.

Roy

02/11/2019 11:00:16

Fairly easy with graver by hand

Roy

Thread: Moore and Wright Micrometer
02/11/2019 08:52:27

is it not the same as 0-1 ?

Roy

Thread: Tools of unknown types.
29/10/2019 09:49:22

Do the collets belong to what appears to be a milling chuck ? Are they metric or imperil or a mixture

Roy

Thread: MINNIE TRACTION - Steam link between Cylinder Block and Boiler
28/10/2019 11:18:24

Malcolm My 1971 copy is the same as Brian G's just mentions a cluster. I've just had a quick look at the drawings,doesn't appear to be anything on there either

Roy

Thread: Fly Tying Vice
28/10/2019 09:09:05

Are barbed hooks allowed for salmon ?

Roy

Thread: Thread gauge
27/10/2019 20:35:19

Thanks Jason

Roy

Edited By roy entwistle on 27/10/2019 20:45:12

27/10/2019 20:04:50

I have just cleaned up a thread gauge that I unearthed in my shed. It is marked Starrett No 7 there are 26 blades the finest marked 60-021, the coursest marked 4-320. there are 60 teeth on the finest and 4 on the course one.

Question what is it for ?

Roy

Thread: portable LED floodlight , power source ?
24/10/2019 21:30:03

What is the voltage of the rechargeable battery ? Or what is the rechargeable battery ?

Roy

Thread: Brass sheet
24/10/2019 20:38:06

Mike

I was just making sure that the OP new what he was asking for

Roy

24/10/2019 18:46:46

John

Clock makers usually use engraving brass, not suitable if you have to bend it

Roy

24/10/2019 16:36:04

John

If you you need to bend it, engraving brass is not suitable, it will crack

Roy

Thread: An interesting repair to an Hour Wheel
13/10/2019 14:21:37

I have seen a straight piece of brass shaped like a tooth soldered to the side of a wheel on a thirty hour long case

Roy

Thread: What is this called?
12/10/2019 11:36:39

I believe the good book says " Ask and ye shall receive "

Roy cheeky

Thread: Creating Heat for Hardening
08/10/2019 11:53:50

If you case hardened them I doubt that you could sharpen them after

Roy ( I could be wrong )

Thread: Oiling an old clock
06/10/2019 10:32:48

Clock oil to lubricate. Really should be dismantled to be cleaned properly. Could try washing the pivots with lighter fuel applied with a small paint brush ( But not really recommended )

Roy

Thread: Metal expansion
05/10/2019 20:48:01

Howard

It is a straight rod and contracts in warm weather and expands in winter ie the clock gains in summer and loses in winter . The pendulum bob is mild steel and is supported dead centre. As I said before I was told that it should have had heat treatment before I used it, and I believe that this would have been two days in a butchers fridge then left at room temperature for two days then repeated. This was from an RHS member who contacted me after I contacted them for advice

Roy

05/10/2019 11:00:35

old mart

my pendulum rod doesn't, see post above

Roy

04/10/2019 13:15:50

SOD

I have an invar pendulum rod that expands with cold and contracts with warming up

Roy

ps I have been told that it should have been heat treated before I used it

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