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  1. kevin.decelles

    Anybody still using Mach3?

    Linuxcnc with a 7176e Ethernet , I converted from mach3 to avoid obsolescence
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    Which bandsaw blade?

    Did you mean 7x12? I always run coolant, I use the same blade for everything ….. I’ll look up the tooth count
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    Hey....just retired. Interest in smallish live steam.

    Welcome! What is your experience level Dave? Do you have to negotiate stairs or is there a walk out? Describe the stairs if any!
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    Parts Washer Solvent

    Pretty good. I’ve used it with various solvents such as varsol, simple green and pine sol. Pine sol did a nice job on some carbs. The heater is ‘meh’ and takes an hour to heat, and then there is flashpoint to consider. Parts don’t come out spotless, it’s not a caustic bath.
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    Hello from Regina

    Welcome from eastern Sk! I think we have enough people now to plan a meet up in 2024
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    I’m running this torch on my longevity weldall 250i I burned up the original when I forgot to turn on the cooler. I had to change the gas/water connectors but the dinse connector was good.
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    Other Basic Electronics, Multimeters, & Oscilloscopes

    Unit has arrived, haven’t unboxed yet as I’m working on new shop. Soon!
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    Quick and dirty brass pour questions.

    Final note, if confined to a small space, low volume requirement etc. i would definitely buy a machine like you posted as any casting is better than no casting
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    Quick and dirty brass pour questions.

    My thoughts: Expensive for the limited capability. Build the gingery electric furnace for a fraction of that with larger capacity Melting shavings for me is a non starter , especially for aluminum. I tried many ways including pressing shavings into a beer can with the press . Dross...
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    Deck problem

    @Janger , I’ve got the same problem here at the new residence.