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CNC Auto Lathes The Facts

10th January 2011
In this information I would like to speak about CNC Auto Lathes. I'll be taking a look at what the lathe can easily do within the production procedure, just what material the lathe may be used with and some of the typical pieces created. These types of ma... Read >
Author: Wendy Scott

Discover How You Can Use The 5 Axis CNC

17th August 2010
Are you a machine shop that creates unusual parts? Parts that require multi-axis machining. Have you seen the 5 axis CNC? This is a new software that gives you increase machine accuracy and speed. To learn more about this software, read this article. 5... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Changing a Tap Washer

16th August 2010
Over time your bathroom or kitchen taps begins to leak. This is not a big issue. The most possible chance for this leak is that the washer has worn out. Water dripping from taps is certainly not acceptable; it also wastes a lot of water. It requires immed... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan

ToolPost’s VersaChuck Model T Woodturning Chuck: Perfect for the Smaller Lathe

05th August 2010
For woodturners who work with smaller lathes, The ToolPost's VersaChuck Model T woodturning chuck is just the job. Available for only £51.02 (ex VAT) at http://www.toolpost.co.uk/, this chuck has become one of The ToolPost's best selling items, enabling ... Read >
Author: Jumping Spider Media

Engraving Machine Uses: Deep Engraving in Stainless Steel

05th July 2010
A heavy duty engraving machine produces accurate, repeatable, cost-effective work in considerably less time than it takes to do the same work by hand. An engraving machine can handle applications such as milling, drilling, contouring, routing and engravin... Read >
Author: visionengravers

Don't Buy a Lathe Pattern Copier: Make Your Own

19th April 2010
Lathe pattern copiers are expensive and are not offered for many wood lathes. Pattern copiers are used to make copies of turned spindles from an original. Here's how to fabricate your own. You will need a segment of 1/2" aluminum tubing as long as your... Read >
Author: Bob Gillespie

Shimano Stella Reel Upgrades

10th September 2009
The fishing reel is perhaps the most important part of fishing tackle in a reel and rod system. The effectiveness of the tackle depends on the strength and smoothness of the reel and its ability to run freely without snags. A fishing reel essentially cons... Read >
Author: Julia Mattress

Motorcycle Trailers – The Advantages Of Independent Rubber Torsion Suspension

02nd August 2009
If you are looking to purchase a motorcycle trailer to tow behind your motorcycle, then you really should be looking to purchase a trailer that has independent rubber torsion suspension. The advantages of rubber torsion suspension are many and inc... Read >
Author: MarkAmes

Laptop Data Recovery from Seagate Momentus Hard Disks

08th July 2009
Seagate Momentus hard disks for laptops are available in 2.5-inch form factor and are able to provide high performance with low power consumption. The most common models are Momentus 7200.1, Momentus 7200.2, Momentus 5400.2, Momentus 5400.3 and Momentus 5... Read >
Author: Serves Best

The Lazy Way to Check Wheel Bearings on Your Car

04th June 2009
I have the laziness gene. I'll admit it. The idea of taking apart a section of my car just to see if there is a problem is not my idea of a good time, particularly when it is going to take some time. With this in mind, I offer you a lazy way to check whet... Read >
Author: Dirk Gibson

Bicycle Frame Geometry 101

18th February 2009
I was discussing frame geometry with a prominent coach last week and his perspective on frame geometry struck a nerve with me so I wanted to share this topic with you. The nature of my business at KGS Bikes is to provide a fitting data set that is so accu... Read >
Author: Kevin Saunders

Chocolate fountain chocolate: What and where to buy your chocolate fountain refills.

02nd February 2009
We are always getting asked about buying chocolate for your home or mini chocolate fountain, where on earth do you get it from and what sort of chocolate should you buy. Here are some answers that may help you in your search for your chocolate fountain re... Read >
Author: Ed A Hall

ATA vs SATA

12th January 2005
Hard Drives: ATA versus SATA The performance of computer systems has been steadily increasing as faster processors, memory, and video cards are continuously being developed. The one key component that is often neglected when looking at improving the pe... Read >
Author: Jason Kohrs
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