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    I believe you have to isolate the house attic...

    I believe you have to isolate the house attic too. You can run the shared wall drywall to the peak or do the whole ceiling in the garage. At my house they did the whole ceiling and at my cabin they...
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    Something has to tell the encoder where the home...

    Something has to tell the encoder where the home position is. Then it starts counting revolutions and partial revolutions. If the encoder doesn't know where it is it will probably throw a fault and...
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    You blow in one layer as thick as you want. With...

    You blow in one layer as thick as you want. With bats you should put in two layers perpendicular to each other to avoid gaps. Don't forget to put "chutes" into the roof truss cavities for proper...
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    You can probably rent the machine and blow the...

    You can probably rent the machine and blow the insulation in yourself. When I built my cabin I put walkway down the middle of the attic, had my wife throw the bales of cellulose in the machine and I...
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    Is it possible that you need to rotate the motor...

    Is it possible that you need to rotate the motor shaft to change the relationship of the sprocket in the chain thus allowing the motor to fit in the mount?

    I hope I stated this in a way you can...
  6. I thought that's what lineman's pliers were for.

    I thought that's what lineman's pliers were for.
  7. I made a prybar from a screwdriver once.:D

    I made a prybar from a screwdriver once.:D
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    For making true old fashioned blueprints. The...

    For making true old fashioned blueprints. The prints you see today are different, they're ink printed on a white background. A true blueprint is a blue background and white lines.

    Make sure that...
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    Induction Cookware

    Question for all the induction stove aficionados, which brand of cookware did you choose? We're getting along on the kitchen remodel and I don't think the loving bride will be happy if we don't have...
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    If you're going to tear a machine apart don't...

    If you're going to tear a machine apart don't clean and repack the bearings, replace them. You already have them out why not finish the job, looking at the pictures you posted you can use SKF...
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    Thanks for the reply Steve. Do you reheat the...

    Thanks for the reply Steve. Do you reheat the mixture when you use it?
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    Oil/Wax Finish

    I'd like to make a beeswax/mineral oil finish for some kids toys I'm making. What's the ratio and how do you mix the two together?
  13. I would remove anything that has ammonia in it...

    I would remove anything that has ammonia in it also. Years ago the flexible gas lines for appliances were made from copper or brass and now they're made from stainless. The copper/brass lines would...
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    Can you get any other pictures from where you got...

    Can you get any other pictures from where you got the one you posted? Obviously they used SKF bearings, from the picture they look like double row ball bearings. They could be self aligning or just a...
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    All the hydraulic hoses I've dealt with were made...

    All the hydraulic hoses I've dealt with were made of 3 layers. The inside layer was some type of what appeared to be plastic, possibly PVC. The next, middle, layer was the reinforcing wire and the...
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    How many RPM's does the cutter head turn at? You...

    How many RPM's does the cutter head turn at? You may not need any high speed spindle grease. We had machines where I used to work that turned at 3600 RPM and they were greased with Mobil EP2.

    If...
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    Ranges come with cameras too. The ETA on the Cafe...

    Ranges come with cameras too. The ETA on the Cafe range we wanted is Jan. 2023, kitchen will be done in August. So the range we ordered has all the bells and whistles and a camera. I can't picture...
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    Router Bits

    Does anyone here touch up their router bits when they might start to get dull?

    What do you use? and I assume you do it to the face of the carbide only.

    Will it eventually affect the diameter of...
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    Metal Lathes I think most pic rails are made from aluminum,...

    I think most pic rails are made from aluminum, then anodized.
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    Metal Lathes It might be overkill but you could use 4140 for...

    It might be overkill but you could use 4140 for both parts. It's strong machines well and will take bluing. It's what the barrel of your M1 is probably made from.
  21. Do you have a manual for the machine? Would...

    Do you have a manual for the machine? Would coupling replacement be covered in the manual?

    Looking at your pictures I think you could remove the motor and then remove the drum coupling half...
  22. Sorry I've not responded sooner, busy with...

    Sorry I've not responded sooner, busy with remodeling a laundry room and kitchen.

    I would pry the two hubs apart, take the spider out and count the legs, looks to be three. While the spider is out...
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    Minwax Wood Hardener

    Does anyone know what the chemical composition of this stuff is? Is it an epoxy or vinyl?

    Is it 100% waterproof? I'd like to use it to treat the edges of some laminate counter top to make it...
  24. Do think you could post some pictures of the...

    Do think you could post some pictures of the coupling hubs and the spider and provide some approximate measurements? If you can do that I'll help you chose which spider you need from McMaster.
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  25. Out of stock where? Grainger and McMaster-Carr...

    Out of stock where? Grainger and McMaster-Carr both sell that type of coupling, along with any industrial supply house. If you have a local Motion Industries or Kaman bring it to them and you can buy...
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