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    Clay - I have no experience with that VFD, but...

    Clay - I have no experience with that VFD, but isn't it throwing an error code when it trips under load?

    Is this the drive that you have:...
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    Brian, kudos for taking that project on. I can't...

    Brian, kudos for taking that project on. I can't help with a duplicator, but this reminds me of a video by Ernie Conover on "Turning for Furniture" that I watched years ago. I can't recall exactly...
  3. David, sorry you're going through this. BTW, the...

    David, sorry you're going through this. BTW, the work on your website is beautiful. Are you a member of a woodturning club, or know of someone locally who is? Sounds like you could benefit from...
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    Well, I'm pretty much a stickler when it comes to...

    Well, I'm pretty much a stickler when it comes to production quality. I've kicked the tires on them all, and I couldn't disagree more with this. :)
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    Brice, with this thread title? Not a chance! ;) ...

    Brice, with this thread title? Not a chance! ;) I've yet to meet a fellow woodturner who isn't happy to help out with friendly advice.

    OP, here's another idea. Grizzly has a local referral...
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    Jenny, that lathe is a reliable workhorse, as...

    Jenny, that lathe is a reliable workhorse, as you've probably learned in your research. One of our local clubs uses one for its demos. The CL seller is asking too much, though, IMO. The current...
  7. Gary, got your PMs. Emails sent. Happy to...

    Gary, got your PMs. Emails sent.

    Happy to help. I think you'll really enjoy that lathe.
  8. Gary, I just saw your post and Roger's reply....

    Gary, I just saw your post and Roger's reply. Congratulations on your new lathe. As you've noted, it uses the Delta VFD-M series AC motor drive, which has 157 user-adjustable parameters. If you'll...
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    Tom, do a quick web search for "weatherproof...

    Tom, do a quick web search for "weatherproof in-use outlet cover". Several options available for under $10.
  10. Yes, and I'm just noticing that Glen joined SMC...

    Yes, and I'm just noticing that Glen joined SMC only last month. :)

    BTW, welcome to the Forum, Glen! (Leo is really a nice guy. ;) As well as an amazing turner who's helped many of us over the...
  11. Glen, oh no! You mean we have to wait another...

    Glen, oh no! You mean we have to wait another week to see how this ends? :D
  12. Tom, thanks for your comments. No doubt there...

    Tom, thanks for your comments. No doubt there are price points that would justify more sophistication in what the machinery vendors spec for their choices of VFDs. Just looking at the large line of...
  13. Mick, you are more than welcome. Glad the info...

    Mick, you are more than welcome. Glad the info was useful. Sounds like you're really enjoying the Revo 24/36, and giving it a good workout with 53kg blanks. Yikes! I'm guessing you're either 6'6"...
  14. Roger, thank you for your kind words!

    Roger, thank you for your kind words!
  15. I'm not a sparky or an EE, but I'll offer my...

    I'm not a sparky or an EE, but I'll offer my further thoughts on this.

    I'll disagree with Tom that there is a design flaw in the VFD on the Revo 18/36. That inverter is the Delta S1 (the VHD-S...
  16. Joe, I don't have that lathe, but I doubt there...

    Joe, I don't have that lathe, but I doubt there is anything wrong with it. Let us know, but I bet that turning the speed control (pot) down slowly to zero in order to stop, instead of just hitting...
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    Ah, but a journey of a thousand miles begins with...

    Ah, but a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. ;)
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    Guy, if you got personal satisfaction from the...

    Guy, if you got personal satisfaction from the project, that's all the justification you need. :) Nice job with the mods! Thanks for sharing, and welcome to the forum.
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    Mike, that's a production grinder, and nobody...

    Mike, that's a production grinder, and nobody makes a better one than Baldor! Just knowing you own the best there is can often improve the quality of life.

    But IMO it's not going to sharpen...
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    Doug Thompson famously uses a 3600 rpm grinder...

    Doug Thompson famously uses a 3600 rpm grinder with CBN wheels to put the profiles and finished edges on all the gouges he sell! :cool: But he cautions that he's had a lot of practice. :)
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    John, Aha! I'd been trying to picture you cutting...

    John, Aha! I'd been trying to picture you cutting circles on your sawmill!

    Now, if someone could design a jig for that... :)
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    John, I'm trying to picture how you cut bowl...

    John, I'm trying to picture how you cut bowl blanks on your WoodMizer. :confused: Or is it that you're splitting full rounds into half rounds?
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    Roger, thanks for posting this. I had totally...

    Roger, thanks for posting this. I had totally forgotten about that Woodturner's 3/8" 3TPI blade. Just ordered a couple to try with large green bowl blanks on a 17" saw. I like the thickness and...
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    Randy, sorry you're having so much trouble. FWIW,...

    Randy, sorry you're having so much trouble. FWIW, one of my lathes is a G0766 that I've had for three years. No trouble at all turning bowls from heavy green blanks that begin at quite close to the...
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    John, do you mean to include the Hurricane (HTC)...

    John, do you mean to include the Hurricane (HTC) chucks in your reference? They are similar in design to the Vicmarcs, but not clones, and unless something has changed in the last year or two, the...
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