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    It could be a handle for a repetitive and quick...

    It could be a handle for a repetitive and quick drilling operation o something like that, where the tailstock ram is moved forward and back ?? just a thought
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    To add to John Keeton’s reply which I do totally...

    To add to John Keeton’s reply which I do totally agree with, the groove on the spindle is to have the set screws go down into, and hold the chuck from unscrewing, the blue color showing has to be...
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    Thanks John, about the stalling of your lathe,...

    Thanks John, about the stalling of your lathe, that is where the shortcomings of a VFD comes into play, with the slower speed needed for very large heavy pieces you get les power from the VFD.

    Not...
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    The London Plane tree is a hybrid that was a...

    The London Plane tree is a hybrid that was a result of crossing the European Platanus and the North American Platanus, as neither tree was native to England, this was the result and is called London...
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    The Laguna manual states that the belt should be...

    The Laguna manual states that the belt should be tensioned with very little deflection, ⅛” to ” with moderate thumb pressure.

    I certainly would not worry about the bearings in the headstock, they...
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    Pat is this the 46-745 lathe, as that is the only...

    Pat is this the 46-745 lathe, as that is the only one I can find with the number mix ??

    I only can find a write-up from fine woodworking about that lathe, nothing from the New Delta Co., I assume...
  7. Thats an English way of doing it, nothing wrong...

    Thats an English way of doing it, nothing wrong with it, after all they drive on the lefthand side of the road as well ;).

    Certainly not a common way of doing this, but if there is no through hole...
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    Oneway Stronghold does fit the bill, high quality...

    Oneway Stronghold does fit the bill, high quality and all sizes of adaptors to fit any lathe you will ever get, holding power is the best there is IMO.
  9. Casey, yes first make sure both the lathe and the...

    Casey, yes first make sure both the lathe and the drive are clean, next I would make a heavier knockout bar, make it as thick as it can be and add weight on the end so you have more driving force to...
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    I don’t know which chucks those are for, but they...

    I don’t know which chucks those are for, but they are not Oneway jumbo jaw plates, the Oneway plates all have slots as well as the threaded holes, buttons are different as well.

    Oneway and Talon...
  11. 32 mm or 1.25 inch bore is an industrial standard...

    32 mm or 1.25 inch bore is an industrial standard bore size, (and larger) CBN wheels are sold with that size bore as well.
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    I wonder about someone burning down their house...

    I wonder about someone burning down their house because they left the candle burning on a wooden table or dresser, like using a match and holding it till you burn your finger, you know what I would...
  13. I’m sure it depends on what you are turning on...

    I’m sure it depends on what you are turning on your lathe, and the forces that are used to do that, I do know at least a few turners that did exchange the Banjo of their lathe for a Oneway Banjo.
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  14. I assume you never used a Oneway banjo, maybe you...

    I assume you never used a Oneway banjo, maybe you should try one or talk to those that do use one, and no not an easy DIY project, the reason some do buy a Oneway banjo for their lathe with some less...
  15. As usual you order parts at the manufacturer,...

    As usual you order parts at the manufacturer, Oneway, they have a 1-800 number.

    Are you able to machine the ledge in your banjo housing, the camlock needs that to work.
  16. What you guys are talking about is NOT a banjo...

    What you guys are talking about is NOT a banjo camlock, but just an excenter shaft that will deflect if not thick enough, actually most all of them will if clamping the banjo tight.

    A banjo like...
  17. Steve with very little effort, other than some...

    Steve with very little effort, other than some machining, you could get a MT with the drawbar thread in it and have the end machined to the ⅝” size, a old fit is needed and then a setscrew would hold...
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    Sorry to hear about that Bill, turning it in one...

    Sorry to hear about that Bill, turning it in one go is the way to go, than stick it in a brown paper bag and let it dry, also make sure there isn’t already a split in the wood before you start, it...
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    Bob as you indicated, you feel that the bearings...

    Bob as you indicated, you feel that the bearings are leaking, and more than you expected, and yes there is differences between different makes of bearings, however I would expect that the seals will...
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    Our grocery store uses Paper bags, the liqueur...

    Our grocery store uses Paper bags, the liqueur store also uses paper bags, but mine came mostly from the KFC outlet, and have been used over and over.

    As they will absorb the moisture that’s in...
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    I had the picture from the wood where it shows...

    I had the picture from the wood where it shows the cambium and the rest of a log buildup, but it was dropped by the software, so here is that picture.

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    Also I forgot to mention, that yes...
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    Bill lots of suggestions on how o do it already...

    Bill lots of suggestions on how o do it already offered, and I have some more :).

    I have made quite a few natural edge bowls over the years, and I have found that wood that has been down for a...
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    The combination of the dark and light can look...

    The combination of the dark and light can look real sharp Peter, Ive made many, as I will not waste the wood, look at Blackwood or Ebony, it has light streaks or sapwood, people do use that also.
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    Bill this is what is known now, and yes you can...

    Bill this is what is known now, and yes you can get blind from it over time.

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    just wondering what all this does to finding an answer to the question of the ID of wood that you asked...
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    I don’t think that is branch wood Peter, on a...

    I don’t think that is branch wood Peter, on a branch the pith would be out of center, with tension and compression wood and the dark part also out of center.

    I do believe that is from a very fast...
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