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    Hi Brady, Thanks for you explanation. I will...

    Hi Brady,
    Thanks for you explanation. I will check out some of the videos to learn more.
    David
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    Hi Brady, Very nice!! Could you please elaborate...

    Hi Brady,
    Very nice!! Could you please elaborate on the 3d scanning technique that you used for this project? I am very interested.
    Thanks,
    David
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    I actually have all of the Jorgensen bar clamps...

    I actually have all of the Jorgensen bar clamps that I purchased at Home Depot over 30 year ago. Made in USA with the wood handles. I've got sets ranging from 6" to 48" in length. I probably have 4...
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    I suspect that this is only a local thing - to...

    I suspect that this is only a local thing - to your area. We have several Lowes here in Tucson and I have not heard any negative rumors. Although, when I visited my favorite Lowes about a month ago -...
  5. Hi Bill, If funds allow, I would recommend going...

    Hi Bill,
    If funds allow, I would recommend going with the RPC. I would recommend American Rotary. I purchased one of their larger cnc rotary phase converters (30 hp) over 15 years ago to run the 3...
  6. Hi Dan, Basically the limit switches won't know...

    Hi Dan,
    Basically the limit switches won't know the difference whether the power source for the machine is 3 phase from the power company, 3 phase from a rotary phase converter, or 3 phase from a...
  7. Hi Gunter, Here are some photos of my Grizzly...

    Hi Gunter,
    Here are some photos of my Grizzly slider miter fence. I loosen the large knurled knobs (handles) to remove or adjust it. It does have several setscrews in the front of the miter bar, but...
  8. Hi Bill, I think he meant that the client...

    Hi Bill,
    I think he meant that the client specified 1/8" radius for some of the cuts. Perhaps the client supplied a sketch or drawing to Hillel indicating this request.
    David
  9. 10 HP VFD - $172.00 with free shipping. As I...

    10 HP VFD - $172.00 with free shipping. As I previously stated, I have been using the 5 HP version for several years with no complaints.
    If the piece of equipment in question has input terminals for...
  10. OK Bill, you are correct. But what does that have...

    OK Bill, you are correct. But what does that have to do with the problem at hand? We need more information about this particular machine in order to make an informed decision and/or recommendation....
  11. Hi Bill, The key question is: what is the HP...

    Hi Bill,
    The key question is: what is the HP rating of your motor, and what other parts of the machine (if any) need to run on single phase 120Vac?
    But I would suspect that if they were running on...
  12. I do not believe that the use of a VFD is...

    I do not believe that the use of a VFD is restricted to 3 HP and under. This one is rated for 10 HP. You can read the full description at the link below.
    David

    "This VFD can be used for constant...
  13. Hi Peter, Glad to hear that the Rust Reformer...

    Hi Peter,
    Glad to hear that the Rust Reformer worked out for you. I have been using it for many years and have always achieved great results.
    David
  14. Hi Bill, I have been running a 4 HP 3 phase belt...

    Hi Bill,
    I have been running a 4 HP 3 phase belt sander/grinder from 220V single phase for over 2 years with no problems using this VFD shown below.
    Here is a previous SMC thread discussing VFD...
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    Brian, Lots of good information here. I have...

    Brian,
    Lots of good information here. I have reread your column (more closely) and I do see the merit of your application with these instruments. I feel bad about some of my previous comments. Heat...
  16. Do you mean the setscrew in the miter bar?

    Do you mean the setscrew in the miter bar?
  17. Hi Gunter, I can't tell from the picture -...

    Hi Gunter,
    I can't tell from the picture - exactly what kind of saw it? Is it a slider or conventional?

    My Grizzly slider has no hex keys, only knurled handles.
    I don't take if off very much. I...
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    Hi Marlin, I like your vertical mounting setup....

    Hi Marlin,
    I like your vertical mounting setup. I have an Oneida Dust Deputy that I was going to use along with a Craftsman shop vac for my table saw (occasional use). So far I have just been using...
  19. Hi Gunter, The main reason I moved my slider...

    Hi Gunter,
    The main reason I moved my slider forward is so that I could stand in the traditional position when using the saw for conventional ripping of longer boards.
    David
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    General Metalworking Bill, As I have suggested above, McMaster Carr...

    Bill,
    As I have suggested above, McMaster Carr has these nuts in stock.
    I doubt that the OP will be back to read either or our suggestions.
    David
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    Which Eastwood buffer do you have? Maybe post the...

    Which Eastwood buffer do you have? Maybe post the part number and a photo.
    David
  22. Thanks Terence! I like my saw much better with...

    Thanks Terence! I like my saw much better with the slider moved forward. When I use the Incra miter 5000 - the stock miter bar is riding in the table saw miter slot to keep it aligned. My small rip...
  23. Hi Keith, Thanks for all the additional...

    Hi Keith,
    Thanks for all the additional information. You have definitely given me some ideas for family gifts for the coming holidays.
    David
  24. Thanks Keith, That is good to know for future...

    Thanks Keith,
    That is good to know for future reference.
    David
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    Yes - I did read your article. I do understand...

    Yes - I did read your article. I do understand that your apparent level of expertise far exceeds that of most of the members here - particularly with regard to your previous work as a machinist and...
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