I've done that a couple of times, i always rest the torch on a glove now when switching on the T220.
£45, thats cheap. I'd be adding another £100 or £200 if someone wanted me to make that.
It's what i was taught. Think maybe it's because the graphite gives it enough lube.
I always drill cast iron dry...no cutting fluids.
I use the hollow handle and hang them on a bit of round bar.
The media i mainly use gives a nice polished surface but takes longer to get rid of rough bits.
I also have some more aggresive media that gets...
This is the thread showing how i made it and a vid of it running.
I've built and use a vibratory tub.
It works well but needs time to get rid of burs and the right type of media.
I mainly use it for cleaning CDS...
That transformer is just to run 110v equipment.
The welder would be fine for the car stuff.
For aluminium you would need pure argon gas and a teflon torch liner. The 135 may struggle with...
I'm sure "rory1" does line boring.
I use a pair of chopped off overalls with holes cut out of the back.
If people aren't happy with farmers they could boycott their products.
They could put a set of wheels and drawbar on the generator and tow it behind.
Could you cut the concrete post off just below ground level.
Level it off a bit and use a base plate on the post to bolt it to the existing...
Cold vulcanising cement, usually a 2 part system, used on conveyor belts and lagged head drums.
When i touch the bench it was leaning on and my i-pod player at the same time i get a bit of an electrical tingly sort of thing..... could it be...
This is an aluminium fork leg that was leaning against a bit of steel in my workshop for a couple of years.
Lawson HIS in Southampton, if they allow stuff to be picked up and have it in stock.
I'm not sure if if it was the same on the 2.5 did.
I read about this when i had a shogun sport and was messing about with heads and belts.
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