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Tue, 31 Aug 2021 13:57:22 GMT
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Reply:I like it! What would you charge for something like that?
Reply:Slick.  I wonder if this Master Lock steel sleeved cable could be adapted to this use.  I'll have to find one and take a closer look at the steel sleeves. http://www.masterlock.com/product_de...eLocks/8218DPS"USMCPOP" First-born son: KIA  Iraq 1/26/05Syncrowave 250 w/ Coolmate 3Dialarc 250, Idealarc 250SP-175 +Firepower TIG 160S (gave the TA 161 STL to the son)Lincwelder AC180C (1952)Victor & Smith O/A torchesMiller spot welder
Reply:Thats pretty damn slick.If you cant fix it with a hammer, it must be an electrical problem."Boy, everyone starts with a full bag of luck and an empty bag of experience. The trick is to fill the bag of experience before the bag of luck is empty."-Grandad circa 1990ish
ReplyThird handude, you need to market that thing.  Nice...
Reply:A quick, easy and CHEAP third hand that I built up several years ago.  Just a Harbor Freight Magnetic dial indicator base ($10 or less on sale) and a spring clamp from the same purveyor of quality imports.  Total cost $11 USD.  The "snake" dial indicator fixtures flex a LOT!RogerOld, Tired, and GRUMPYSalesman will call, Batteries not included, Assembly is required, and FREE ADVICE IS WORTH EXACTLY WHAT YOU PAY FOR IT!Dial Arc 250HFThunderbolt 225 AC/DCAssorted A/O torches
Reply:I would buy one. That thing is cool! A Real timesaver!I hate being bi-polar it's awsomeMy Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys
Reply:I didn't make it but I posted a link to what I THINK is the source. I sent them a video to see if this guy was using their arm.One way or another I'll have a couple on my bench before the month is over !!These aren't cheap but ya know what they say............It'll go good with my bubble gum and bungee cords !http://www.flexbar.com/shop/pc/FLEXB...g-Arms-c69.htmBubble gumTooth pixDuct tapeBlack glueGBMF hammerScrew gun --bad battery (see above)
Reply:It looks like a flexible indicator arm.
Reply:http://www.use-enco.com/CGI/INSRIT?P...PMAKA=625-0925
Reply:I doubt that'll do us any good. Check the specs on this.  http://www.flexbar.com/shop/pc/LONG-...GE-69p7103.htmBubble gumTooth pixDuct tapeBlack glueGBMF hammerScrew gun --bad battery (see above)
Reply:I would buy one."Where's Stick man????????" - 7A749"SHHHHHH!! I sent him over to snag that MIC-4 while tbone wasn't looking!" - duaneb55"I have bought a few of Tbone's things unlike Stick-Man who helps himself" - TozziWelding"Stick-man"
Reply:This man deserves a reward!Lincoln pro core 125 14''chop saw7 inch grinder,2-4.5 inch grinders,electric die grinder.Half inch drillAnd alot of hand tools
ReplyThird hand240 USD for the magnetic base model and all the website says is "Call For Quote" for the one in the video.  No thanks.  I'll just use my home made and handy, roll your own versions.RogerOld, Tired, and GRUMPYSalesman will call, Batteries not included, Assembly is required, and FREE ADVICE IS WORTH EXACTLY WHAT YOU PAY FOR IT!Dial Arc 250HFThunderbolt 225 AC/DCAssorted A/O torches
Reply:The one on the website is nothing like the tinkertoy in the video( I don't think----that's why I sent an email0 and I'd drop $100 for the one in the video in a Pentagon Heartbeat !Bubble gumTooth pixDuct tapeBlack glueGBMF hammerScrew gun --bad battery (see above)
Reply:Hehe.Guess what I found tucked away in the back of my machine shop cabinet today? If you cant fix it with a hammer, it must be an electrical problem."Boy, everyone starts with a full bag of luck and an empty bag of experience. The trick is to fill the bag of experience before the bag of luck is empty."-Grandad circa 1990ish
Reply:do want.
Reply:Originally Posted by larpheadGuess what I found tucked away in the back of my machine shop cabinet today?
Reply:Originally Posted by forhireDo these have a cable that runs up the center of drilled balls and sleeves or is the clamping done via rods like a rigid arm? Can you take it apart and snap a photo? I want to know how they work and I don't have one to take apart. I'd like to build a larger one.
Reply:Haven't used it yet, but, this thing is awesome!!First the disassemble pics for forhire.This is all the pieces. The threaded end of the cable that goes into the knob. You can also see how the links are made. Simple ball and socket with a hole in the middle.The knob, Has internal threads to match the cable end. And as you can see flats on both sides.The flats mate into this piece to keep it from just spinning the cable. Also the blue washer is like a little roller bearing. Not sure if that is essential. The other end of the cable is just a ball retainer.Now for the build. Not much to it.Bit of 3/4" round stock, 1/2" hole bored, 3/8" hole drilled and nut welded for cinch bolt. That welded to a piece of 1/8"x1" flat stock. Bolted to the arm with two 1/4x20 bolt so it is removable if i need the arm for something else. The stand itself is just a 4"x6" 1/4" chunk of plate with a 1/2" bar plug welded .Strong little sucker. Not sure where the clamp came from, but its pretty stout. It is bolted to the end with a 1/4x20 bolt also.Shop boss is not nearly as impressed as I am. If you cant fix it with a hammer, it must be an electrical problem."Boy, everyone starts with a full bag of luck and an empty bag of experience. The trick is to fill the bag of experience before the bag of luck is empty."-Grandad circa 1990ish
Reply:Yep, I'm jealous....Dave J.Dave J.Beware of false knowledge; it is more dangerous than ignorance. ~George Bernard Shaw~ Syncro 350Invertec v250-sThermal Arc 161 and 300MM210DialarcTried being normal once, didn't take....I think it was a Tuesday.
Reply:I was going to make one but could not figure where to get the cable with a threaded end on it.  There was this big light and a booming voice said “E” brake cable dummy.  Off to the bone yards in the morning.
Reply:I'm thinking some wire rope fittings. McMaster lists them as requiring a roller swage (expensive) but if you have a press it would be trivial to make a swage.http://www.mcmaster.com/#wire-rope-end-fittings/=ovr0w8I found this video showing some hand tool options from Suncor Stainless.
Reply:Randy if you know some one who is into homebuilt aircraft ask them if they have the swage tools or know some one who does.  I have a set I made several years ago thet work with a porta power so I can guage the pressure applied to assure the cold flow of the fittings ( critical for quality assurance on aircraft cables, not so much for this type of project).  Terminating ball fittings and threaded fitting can be had from homebuilt aircraft suppliers (stainless steel) but the sticker shock might be terminal.  You might also see if any supply houses in your area do custom "Morse Cables".  They might be able to fix you up with the required fittings.RogerOld, Tired, and GRUMPYSalesman will call, Batteries not included, Assembly is required, and FREE ADVICE IS WORTH EXACTLY WHAT YOU PAY FOR IT!Dial Arc 250HFThunderbolt 225 AC/DCAssorted A/O torches
Reply:anyone find a maker of these?Boring BurpeeFour minutes of watching your roachclip is kinda boring. :Yawn: . No offense but, I was hoping to catch a glimpse of your girlfriends in their purple trucks in :Costa Rica: .
Reply:Originally Posted by Rog02Randy if you know some one who is into homebuilt aircraft ask them if they have the swage tools or know some one who does.  I have a set I made several years ago thet work with a porta power so I can guage the pressure applied to assure the cold flow of the fittings ( critical for quality assurance on aircraft cables, not so much for this type of project).  Terminating ball fittings and threaded fitting can be had from homebuilt aircraft suppliers (stainless steel) but the sticker shock might be terminal.  You might also see if any supply houses in your area do custom "Morse Cables".  They might be able to fix you up with the required fittings.
ReplyThird handretty cool tool, like to idea of making your own too.Bruce The Welding ChefLincoln Weld-Pack 3200 NORWELD StickStanford Hill Farm
Reply:Originally Posted by InsanerideBoring BurpeeFour minutes of watching your roachclip is kinda boring. :Yawn: . No offense but, I was hoping to catch a glimpse of your girlfriends in their purple trucks in :Costa Rica: .
Reply:Out with the old/in with the new !  Yup. It's tough.Bubble gumTooth pixDuct tapeBlack glueGBMF hammerScrew gun --bad battery (see above)
Reply:Empanada's!! They look great ...Bruce The Welding ChefLincoln Weld-Pack 3200 NORWELD StickStanford Hill Farm

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