I still have Loctite thread lock from 40 years ago. It still works.
If I might refer you to post No. 17 ;)
That's unusual. Welcome to the forum :hug:
A picture of what you're doing would be more help.
They do. But what is an induction motor if not a reactive load?
Or a radio amateur...
Who'd be stupid enough to do that? :whistle:
If you submerge it in DCM, with a layer of water on top to prevent evaporation, you'll probably find that it's a lot more effective.
Of course you can. In my defence, I've been very busy today with my floor project and am completely knackered. It's like doing a 1000 yard hurdle...
Ignore the bit about turning the tool upside down for RH threads, I've just sat down and thought about what I'd said.
You'll need a largish resistor too, power wise. There's a lot of kinetic energy to lose.
Think laterally. Cut away from the shoulder. You obviously need to position the tool on a rear toolpost and upside down for a right hand thread....
Moving the head is easy. To raise it place block of wood under the chuck, lower the quill and lock. Loosen pinch bolt then, whilst pulling down on...
Make a kick bar that activates emergency stop.
Loose terminal screw[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] .
Is there such a thing? Aren't these specific to the timer manufacturer?
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