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Ideas wanted for the design
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A (fairly) brief description
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1phase to 3 phase
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Roll a six to start at square one.
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Options for "converting" a three phase machine to a single phase
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local college course
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NOTES
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bit of advice please
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A very useful tool for the older members
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bought lathe
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What sequence of operations works best?
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Selection of gear ratios used for screw cutting
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How to correctly mount on a Swivelling milling slide?
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Getting goodies past a significant another half.
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any one know
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