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Member postings for Roger Williams 2

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Thread: Free To a Good Home
12/05/2022 17:50:51

Having a clearout of stuff that I will probably never use .

3 Swedish Oberg 300mm flat files , new.

Lovely Eclipse 101 Scribing Block.

2 Small Groz V blocks and clamps , new.

3 sets of Steel Number Stamps , 1mm , 2 x 3mm , some new.

Various calipers, toolmakers clamps (2) and probably some drills of various sizes.

Will be other things too probably . Suit someone localish because all collection only . Thanks.

First to PM me can have them. Teignmouth Devon .

Edited By Roger Williams 2 on 12/05/2022 17:52:27

Thread: Motorcycle General Discussion
10/05/2022 21:11:32

Happy birthday Windy !. I admire all you people that ride bikes at insane speeds , which has reminded me of another bloke I admire too, a picture of Danilo Petrucci breaking for the hairpin from over 190 mph at I think the Red Bull ring, Not much fork travel left surpriseProbably my all time favorite bike picture.

Edited By Roger Williams 2 on 10/05/2022 21:13:46

Thread: Swap Lamp videos.
30/04/2022 09:01:07

Hello all, been watching this Japanese machinist on Utube , lovely videos , well worth checking out !. Cheers.

Thread: Workshop warming
28/04/2022 18:31:38

Planar 5kw diesel heater like a few have mentioned , absolutely marvellous.

Thread: Question Re Camlock Chuck Fixings
28/04/2022 17:58:03

Hello, I purchased my D16 backplate from Chronos , excellent quality and 6 pins , for an E40 collet chuck adaption. Good service too.

Thread: In the murky world of Cookies
11/02/2022 16:59:25

Prefer the round ones with chocolate bits in ...

Thread: New Holbrook Lathe to replace my Boxford
12/01/2022 13:58:52

Holbrook H20, beautiful lathe !. Keep it somewhere !.

Thread: VFD - which is best please ?
31/12/2021 21:58:49

Bit lost with some of the answers , but in my case , I bought a seconhand Jaguar Cub off ebay many years ago, 2.2kw for my DSG, screwed it to the wall with an emergency stop on the headstock . Perhaps Ive done it wrong, but looks safe to me anyway.

Thread: Looking for engineers
27/11/2021 09:01:31

Get youself a Diamond Toolholder from Eccentric engineering , saves a lot of messing about grinding all the facets by hand . Clamp HSS bit in the jig provided in the kit, a few passes across the wheel, job done.

Thread: show us your workshop.
25/11/2021 15:40:40

Steviegtr, keep up the good work !. Have always loved pictures of peoples workshops , mainly for inspiration and the pleasure of seeing the equipment.

25/11/2021 15:34:53

Oily rag, why on earth do say you found U tube content extremely sad ?. Were you watching funerals ?. I know its all subjective, but in my opinion, theres everything imaginable on U tube, and most of the time a lot better than TV. Historical, machining, welding, woodwork, battleships, railways, motorcycles, cars, just about anything you can think of !!!.

Thread: David Wilks, Sheffield.
20/11/2021 08:35:34

Thanks for the replies . All we can do is hope hes fit and well. Might give that company a ring on Monday !.

19/11/2021 20:15:26

Hello all, I know this is a bit of a long shot, but does anyone know whats happened to David Wilks , a machinist from Sheffield. He used to do a lot of videos on U tube about trepanning , on hard steels like Inconel . Its been many months since his last video and am getting concerned, probably like a lot of people that something has happened to him !.

Do hope hes OK . Many thanks.

Thread: San Ou K72 - 200 4Jaw Chuck Sitrep
22/07/2021 08:47:58

Im lost !?. Must be missing something here, its an independant 4 jaw, so what you have written tell us nothing .....sorry. Unless you mean the chuck is a 4 jaw self centreing one ????.

Thread: Cheap Chinese 3jaw chuck.
14/07/2021 21:59:25

Hello all, bought a 4 inch self centreing Chinese 3jaw chuck (£43) off ebay, made a backplate and fitted it to a spin indexer. Chucked a piece of 3/4 inch ground bar and checked the runnout - 1 1/2 thousands of an inch !!!!.

Not bad at all. Incredible value.

As an aside, my friend asked me some time ago if I could repair a bottom guide runner of a VW Transporter sliding door , VW price about £110 . Got one off ebay , Chinese of course , for £8.90. Beautifully made too. Delivery included. Bloody hell !!.

Thread: What lathes have you had?
21/07/2019 17:48:35

Myford ML7, owned for 35years, excellent lathe, now sold.

Hardinge HLVH ( KL1), owned for 8 years, superb lathe, now sold unfortunately, needed some room.

DSG 13/30, owned for 6 years, see me out now, superb lathe in every respect.

Thread: Free MEW and ME mags.
13/06/2019 17:02:29

Hello all, having a clearout, 15 MEW mags and few ME mags, from approx 2010 to 2017 , Graham Meeks book too. Free to the first person who PM,s me. Collection ONLY from Teignmouth, Devon. I wiil recycle them otherwise. Cheers

Thread: Gender neutral ships.
25/04/2019 10:17:22

PC gone bleeding mad. Scottish Maritime museum removing all reference to ships being referred to as 'she', they must now be called 'it'. I hope its an April fools joke. Please someone tell me its a joke....

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Thread: Notre Dame
16/04/2019 13:57:04

Alan Waddington 2, well said. Makes me angry when I see people on street corners in the rain collecting money for cancer research, when they will now spend billions on a building which is just a monument to human stupidity.

Thread: Just desserts
10/04/2019 18:43:57

Plasma, well said !. The poacher would have died in agony, yes.

Reminds me of the picture of a certain prince kneeling by the side of a 1 ton water buffalo he had just shot, he didnt feel any pain though.

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