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Old 05-07-2008, 01:30 PM   #11 (permalink)
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gah, drop 20 bucks and get it milled atleast!!! lol..

hell, a chainsaw file would clean it up better than a dremel..


Hey, ccmachinist, how do you get the pictures of your parts so perfect? it looks like your illuminating it from both left and right, then reflecting a sheet of brass on it?
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Old 05-07-2008, 03:08 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Wow, thats nice. Makes me want one, even though I already have Hvacman's dual-rod plate.
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Old 05-07-2008, 05:43 PM   #13 (permalink)
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gah, drop 20 bucks and get it milled atleast!!! lol..

hell, a chainsaw file would clean it up better than a dremel..


Hey, ccmachinist, how do you get the pictures of your parts so perfect? it looks like your illuminating it from both left and right, then reflecting a sheet of brass on it?
He normally uses a lightbox.
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its very pretty, I'll have to make me one of them
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How do you actually attach a dual guide rod to the back block? Once the two rods are screwed into the plate, how do you screw them both onto the back block?
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How do you actually attach a dual guide rod to the back block? Once the two rods are screwed into the plate, how do you screw them both onto the back block?
He told how in a previous post.

The right side back block hole isnt threaded. You put the rod thru the back block and screw it into the pump plate. The lock down a set screw in the back block to secure the rod.

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Another option is to turn down the OD on the rod between the threads. So you screw the threads thru the back block, then it slips thru until you threads both the back and front at the same time.
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Thats a fine Idea hvac man, but wouldn't that involve lots of really delicate lathe work? I have trouble getting a 4in section down to 1/8th inch.. I cant imagine a 7-8in peice..

maybe a little lock collet on the right side pumparm, that would act exactly like what your suggesting?
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Thats a fine Idea hvac man, but wouldn't that involve lots of really delicate lathe work? I have trouble getting a 4in section down to 1/8th inch.. I cant imagine a 7-8in peice..

maybe a little lock collet on the right side pumparm, that would act exactly like what your suggesting?

CCM has magic elves that could do it at night.
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gah, drop 20 bucks and get it milled atleast!!! lol..

hell, a chainsaw file would clean it up better than a dremel..


Hey, ccmachinist, how do you get the pictures of your parts so perfect? it looks like your illuminating it from both left and right, then reflecting a sheet of brass on it?
I am using a light box I got from wal-mart.the brass glow is just poor lightining.I do have lights on both sides.I really depends where I position it in the box as to how it looks.

ps.please don't dremel that body.Let TF do it he needs more mill time.
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