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  • redboat219
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    How much are you reducing the 2mm motor shaft to accept the extension shaft?

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  • redboat219
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    Originally posted by He Who Shall Not Be Named
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    Are you using the nut as a die without any modifications?

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  • george
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    I think you cornered the market on 9grm servos! Wow

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  • SteveNeill
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    Originally posted by Rick Teskey View Post
    I wish more people learned that "its the right thing too do"
    Here's hoping Rick.

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  • Rick Teskey
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    I wish more people learned that "its the right thing too do"

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  • SteveNeill
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    What a lot of hard, but beautiful work.

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  • ffr2608
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    Wow! Some very nice words from 2 of my long time counterparts. The beautiful woman in the photo is my 20 year old daughter. We do many WWII veterans events and parades together in the Willys. It has been a great time together as we are both huge nerds.....

    Dave and I go back to 1994 when I was desperately trying to buy a Skipjack before I got married. (Every married man knows that play) Steve and I started trading work a few years after during the Pirate days. I have learned much from both of you and appreciate all the generous packages that show up at my house. Enough hugs and kisses....Its time for Dave to get back to work.

    DH
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  • SteveNeill
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    Everything you have said about Darrin is 100% true. Darrin is one of my favorite people! Here's the hansom guy
    to put a face to the legend. You guys go!
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    Last edited by SteveNeill; 06-03-2020, 12:23 PM.

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  • redboat219
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    Kidding aside, what's with the tongue on the seal cup?

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  • trout
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    Thank you, that helps.

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  • trout
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    David,
    you use CA around the cup seal? Does the tolerances require that? Does CA cause any issues with the seal?

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  • redboat219
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    Originally posted by He Who Shall Not Be Named


    Don't tell me you accidentally CA'ed your tongue to the shaft seal. Lol

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  • SteveNeill
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    You are so welcome Rob!

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  • SteveNeill
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    Originally posted by He Who Shall Not Be Named

    I'm with you there. Production work is a chore. But, the money is very good.

    Odd. The world as a whole is in an economic spiral downward. Yet guys like you and me are raking it in hand over fist.

    Life is good... cough, cough wheeze, wheeze!

    David
    Yes it is fascinating. All the makers I know are doing more than ever. Raking it in.

    See...art and engineering is as essential as groceries picking up trash after all.

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  • SteveNeill
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    Watching you do this volume of work is comforting. I'm also doing the same volume of work but it's more of a mixed bag for me. Between mask making, Customer builds and my own work. The mask making at age 68 now I'm starting to feel. Wrestling big plaster molds and heavy work isn't as easy as it use to be. I ache all over. But it feels good because it's telling me I'm still alive! And I have money.

    Carry on.

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