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  • Steved
    replied to Murray pushmower
    From my experience with all sorts of adhesives, just like anything, I have found that if the prep work is not done correctly the job will be poor.

    If the bond strength of JB to cast aluminum and JB to JB is stronger than the tensile strength of cast aluminum then the fix could be done...
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  • Steved
    replied to Murray pushmower
    I hate to suggest this on a welding forum.....

    how about some JB?
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  • Agreed this would work for parts that you are fitting together.

    What about a bearing that does not want to press out?

    Heat the outside and place dry ice on the inside?
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  • Thanks again guys, I will use heat in moderation.

    From the posts, it seems better to let the knuckle soak in penetrating oil overnight and then have at it with my press.

    As for the 'other' part, I found out what it is, another seal in a totally different place.
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  • Thanks for your input guys.

    I did apply a nice coating of anti-seize that promptly squeezed out.

    I guess that is why they call it press fit, no room for anything else.

    Now I just have to figure out where this one remaining part goes....

    Not...
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  • Steved
    started a topic Pressing in front wheel bearings

    Pressing in front wheel bearings

    Hi there.

    Thought that you guys would know.

    I have a 2001 Honda Forman 450ES quad. (Not that this really matters)

    Any how, I've determined that mud is no substitute for grease in front wheel bearings so I am replacing them.

    It was somewhat...
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  • Steved
    replied to Autocad 2006
    If you are attempting to learn a CAD program, may I suggest SolidWorks?

    It can read and edit all ACAD files, it can work just like ACAD BUT......

    It is FAR easier to use. You actually build items in 3D and then transfer them to 2D if required.

    WAY better...
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  • I have attached a simple diagram showing simple relationships on triangles. It is a zipped file.

    I hope that this helps. If you require more help let me know, I am always willing to help people who are interested.

    Cheers,

    Steve...
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  • Steved
    replied to New Toy
    Obviously this guy sold it because it did not work.

    He probably said that it did work and that it was brand new.

    I really hope that you got a steal of a deal and moreso that he is reading the post.

    I have purchased "brand new" items on Ebay only...
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  • Hi Fun:

    I am a contract electronics engineer and meet many people who have great ideas, some of which I have to help and make sure that they are working.

    The problem with ALL of them is that people do not realize the money that it takes to market it. From the past 100 or...
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  • Steved
    replied to National Welders Survey
    I got it as well and deleted it.

    I hope that it is not linked to this site. I really hate spam.
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  • I keep forgetting why you need to keep below 15 or 12psi for acetelyne.

    Anyone know?
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  • Steved
    replied to Soldering tinyparts ??
    No problem, any time for the help.

    The metcal does do variable heat indirectly as you have to replace the tips to vary the temperature.

    That being said I work at my office with a Metcal and have never changed the temperature settings by changing the tips.

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  • Steved
    replied to Soldering tinyparts ??
    About the temperature setting.

    The metcal's temerature is set by the tips themselves. I like to solder at 350C. I use that setting for everything, when the part gets bigger and requires more heat I use a bigger tip.

    Too hot will cause the traces to lift off of the PCB,...
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  • Steved
    replied to Soldering tinyparts ??
    In general.

    I find that the Metcal stations are better because the iron is easier to manipulate (better more flexible wire) and more importantly, the very tip of the soldering iron stays hot. This is really important for small intricate work.

    If this is something that you...
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