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I've been using spindle/drum sanders on my drill press for many years. When using them, I always mount an auxiliary platform on the drill press table with a hole slightly larger than the drum I'm using. This allows me to use the full length of the drum.I also frequently clean the drum with a piece of crepe rubber. I got mine from a friend who owned a shoe repair shop (he gave me more than enough to last a lifetime), but you can buy cleaning sticks at Home Depot and other sources.
Many years ago (70's) I worked as a technician for Control Data Aerospace Division. Indoctrination included classroom instructions in soldering. Cleaning the coating off magnet wire by simply melting it when tinning the wire was one of the first things they taught us.
Perhaps somebody can answer this..Can a stylus lose its capacitive properties? I'm referring to the cheapie screen pens you find on Ebay.
Mail buoys and sea bats.. I came across those aboard the Midway too. But that was 51 years ago and I'd forgotten all about them.Parachute Rigger, Helicopter Combat Support Squadron One (1962 - '66).
If you're on Facebook, feel free to look me up.Steve Rutkowski Savage, MN
photocopied s/b photoshopped.
Nope.. not photocopied. I saw one of these at Menards yesterday, but due to the packaging I was only able to see one side of it.. the SAE side. The link I posted comes from Gempler.com
I can die happy..http://m.gemplers.com/images/items/223436-lrg.jpg
Wouldn't a wrench from Australia be upside-down here in the States? Does Sidchrome have an outlet in Canada where the metric Crescent wrenches would be right side up?
I forgot to use <facetious> </facetious> tags..
You won't have this problem if you use a Crescent wrench.. unless the bolt you're trying to loosen is metric. I can't seem to find a metric Crescent wrench anywhere.
Couldn't you just use a left-handed Crescent wrench instead of flipping it?