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  1. Thread: IR Pyrometer

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    Was watching a dirt bike race and the riders had...

    Was watching a dirt bike race and the riders had the go-pro camera things on their helmets and the videos were very clear.

    This got me thinking... we could mount a small camera onto the threaded...
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    You might want to look at "twist Clamp" or...

    You might want to look at "twist Clamp" or "Rotary Clamp" or "Swing Clamp" cylinders. There are folks out there making relatively inexpensive clamping cylinders that swing out of the way when...
  3. Thread: IR Pyrometer

    by RWOLFEJR
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    IR Pyrometer

    Hi All,
    Can anyone offer any direction on an IR device capable of measuring up to 2,300F that can be tied into a laptop to verify temperature of a work piece?

    We currently have a two color IR...
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    Reversible air drill? My compliments to your...

    Reversible air drill?
    My compliments to your tapping after bends... Many would just horse the screw into the skewed threaded hole.
  5. Hop onto the auction website of your choosing and...

    Hop onto the auction website of your choosing and find a cheap used die set to use for this. You'll likely find something close enough that's already built for less than you'd spend on your plate and...
  6. Oil impregnated Nylon? McMaster has it on the...

    Oil impregnated Nylon?
    McMaster has it on the shelf in a variety of shapes and sizes.
  7. So you're either very tall or plan on a ladder to...

    So you're either very tall or plan on a ladder to load your dryer? (kidding but it does seem pretty high?)

    How about instead of relying on the wall studs alone... is there room in front / back /...
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    The 6 x 36 will be a little more flexible....

    The 6 x 36 will be a little more flexible.
    Advice... Don't go cheap on this. Make certain that the cable is intended and certified for use on a crane of your lifting capacity. Get the cert's with...
  9. Hi Bobos, Here's my guess on your situation......

    Hi Bobos,
    Here's my guess on your situation...
    You mention the 1050 being easy to hand form. I'm guessing you cracked the 60 series material before you even applied any pressure to the part /...
  10. You might want to look into a "linear slide rail"...

    You might want to look into a "linear slide rail" set-up. They are relatively inexpensive and have mounts for your feet and bolt holes in the sliding member to mount your moving rest. That would...
  11. Consider eliminating the grease and o-ring....

    Consider eliminating the grease and o-ring. Substitute a wave spring washer or light bellville for your tension. The nylon or similar running on smooth hard metal will slip wonderfully without...
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    Might want to do an internet search "swimming...

    Might want to do an internet search "swimming pool." :)
    Building a pool out of 6061 aluminum would be quite expensive compared to a swimming pool? You'll also need to be careful about what you sit...
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    Oh yeah... Did you know the pyramids were...

    Oh yeah... Did you know the pyramids were actually a mistake? :)

    But yes... Very useful... not "EVERY" industry but a lot of them.
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    Could blowing a puff of air in the mandrel at...

    Could blowing a puff of air in the mandrel at some point help lift the dried tube off of the mandrel? Are the cut pieces always in the same spot or same length? Maybe slight grooves in the mandrel at...
  15. Oh and welcome to the forum megoetts... ...

    Oh and welcome to the forum megoetts...

    Nothing personal about your debate... just agree that it's all about how a person's bent... What they're into.


    Good luck,
    Bob
  16. Couldn't have answered that any better... :)

    Couldn't have answered that any better... :)
  17. What manufacturing software do you use for your business?

    Was wondering if anyone has any thoughts on the ... best bang for the buck... in the world of manufacturing software to run a business. Our current system seems mighty expensive and we'd like to...
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    Good luck...!! Bob

    Good luck...!!
    Bob
  19. Thread: Laser Cutting

    by RWOLFEJR
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    Laser Cutting

    Hi,
    Need some help figuring the best way to cut tiny Stainless tubing. I'm considering a "laser" (Dr. Evil... humor) but know nothing about them... at all.

    Here's what I need to accomplish......
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    Water is indeed compressable... Not much... but...

    Water is indeed compressable... Not much... but it is compressable. The empty container that is open will be fine on its trip down but once closed and it begins to rise you will lose pressure on the...
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    I'm pretty sure the snap is the dolly or punch...

    I'm pretty sure the snap is the dolly or punch used to shape the end of the rivet where it pokes through the things needing joined. Like a flat ended punch but a little dome shaped pocket in it. You...
  22. You need to incorporate an overrunning clutch...

    You need to incorporate an overrunning clutch drive like what is found on pretty much all bicyles... at both stations. You ought to be able to round up some scrap bikes for parts donors pretty easily...
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    Your first screws that worked well were most...

    Your first screws that worked well were most likely made from one of the 400 series stainless steels... A martensitic grade that is heat treatable.
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    Pictured that too. Like a washerless faucet seal....

    Pictured that too. Like a washerless faucet seal.
    Other issue that comes to mind is now you need to guide this cone from somewhere further back or out ahead of it somehow?

    You said... "My belief...
  25. Hose clamp. (ugly but easy) Lock collar. (pretty...

    Hose clamp. (ugly but easy)
    Lock collar. (pretty but little more $$)
    Shallow Groove machined in tube for collar etc. (Better mechanical certainty but machining costs)
    Second tube slid over the...
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