Here is a list of all the postings Buffer has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Last Night's Astro Image|
I see Venus is in the Severn Sisters tonight. Are you planning to get an image?
|Thread: Good reading from DYSON.|
Didn't he move all his manufacturing to Singapore or Malaysia just after supporting brexit. If so I wonder who's going to make them.
|Thread: Last Night's Astro Image|
Well not quite at Neil's level but last night my 11 year old and I went out to take a photo of Venus and the crescent moon with an SLR and a 50mm lens. It wasn't that spectacular but what we did get was a busy night for satellites. Just about every other photo we took had one or more satellites on it. On the first two they show satellites moving close together and on a parallel track. Do you think this could be space junk? Maybe a satellite and nose cone for instance. Top right corner in the first photo.
|Thread: Record no 1 vice jaws seized - removal?|
I got the stuck screws out of my number 1 with heat on the casting and a hammer impact screwdriver.
|Thread: Any ideas please|
I bend the spike on the trap over slightly so it's a little bit hooked. Then push a nice raisin or sultana on there for them. The mice round here love them and they can't slip it off carefully.
|Thread: What are you reading?|
Pace yourself Pete. At that rate your going to run out!
I have just finished Les Miserables. You certainly need to skim some of it as its not relevant to the plot. Otherwise its a brilliant story.
Also last year I really enjoyed reading all the Sharpe stories by Bernard Cornwell. They are based on the Napoleonic Wars but Mr Cornwell drops his character in to take all the glory! They can be found very cheaply on ebay or amazon.
|Thread: Tech Support|
If anyone is thinking of getting into CNC conversions I have just had some great tech support from CNC4you when my home switches just wouldn't work. You don't get that when you buy bits from China.
|Thread: Sieg SX3 Mill Oiling the Z axis Nut|
Has any SX3 mill owners worked out a way of oiling the z nut? It seems to me you have to take the black electronics box off the back just to get at the nut. Is there any clever mod' anyone has done to be able to lubricate this easily.
|Thread: What sort of things DO NOT inspire you|
|Thread: What sort of things inspire you?|
Neil you will like what's on my drawing board at the moment then.
|Thread: camlock back plate|
Nice job. How about filming that big shaper you have.
Edited By Buffer on 21/02/2020 07:20:14
|Thread: Did i make the right choice buying an old banger Myford lathe.|
The stupid plain bronze bearing as you put it is actually really good as you will always be able to adjust its fit with the two nuts on the other end.
|Thread: What is This?|
Do a search for Pat Pend get her email and ask her. It's an unusual name you might get lucky.
|Thread: New Nimrods arriving|
Yes and if nicola sturgeon manages to winge her way out of the UK we can have another massive bill to move them down to England.
|Thread: The Workshop Progress Thread 2020|
I suppose you could use the torque setting to measure if you cant find your ruler.
Finally got the coal doors fitted to my tender
|Thread: Milling machine & Shaper query|
Mine shoots swarf across the garage that leaves a very satisfying trail of smoke lingering in the air like shooting stars. Apart from this its a bit of a pain to set up as I find it much quicker and easier to use a spinning edge finder on the mill. And a decent fly cutter on my mill using a lathe tool seems to make a flat surface just as well but in a fraction of the time.
|Thread: Scraping a magbase|
Are you scraping away all the blue? I think you need to start breaking the blue up into smaller pieces each time. Do a rub on the plate and put up a picture.
|Thread: Fly press weights.|
Float from a toilet valve in sand then pour in molten lead.
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