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    Re: Welding 5/8" shaft

    Where's the Blue?

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    Re: Welding 5/8" shaft

    Quote Originally Posted by 12V71 View Post
    Where's the Blue?
    Had a bit of teal in the one...

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    Re: Welding 5/8" shaft

    Teal. Teal? Really? Who are you and what have you done with ronsii???


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    Re: Welding 5/8" shaft

    Quote Originally Posted by Lis2323 View Post
    Teal. Teal? Really? Who are you and what have you done with ronsii???


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    HAha Still the same me

    see here I am fixing machine....
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    Re: Welding 5/8" shaft

    I vote for weld them however you like then straighten. Rather than use a press I'd use a torch and bring them to red heat to straighten.

    I think the sensitivity of your tool is amazing. But I don't understand how to use it. You slide it down the ways and look to see if the plumb bob moves? If so, I might grind the top of your plate flat (with a surface grinder) and then lay out and scribe crossing lines where the plumb bob hits when it's dead plumb. Then scribe circles calibrated to .001" out of plumb. That way you could plop it down on the lathe and read how out of plumb it is in thousandths of an inch directly.

    metalmagpie

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