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this video is seriously fail: 1: there are no explosives, only deflagrants, expl

osives detonate dumbass. 2: trying to put out a fuel/oxidant mixture with a fire
extinguisher, KNO3 provides oxygen so a CO2 fire extinguisher will do nothing.
3: a 5 year old could have told you that blowpipe is to short, have you never sh
ot spitballs from a straw?
be smart
f you have TMBR#3, at pages 167-8 you may have noticed an item headed "Possibili
ties with a Twist," that tells a little about a shop-made rifling machine built
by Bill Webb, of Kansas City, MO. Bill was a retired mechanical engineer, and a
master benchrest riflesmith of some 40+ years experience. His machine will drill
, ream and rifle a barrel, starting from the solid bar.
Many people expressed interest in having details of this machine, so I visited B
ill in May of 1995 and made a video about his rifling machine.

why will this not satisfy the scribd upload i do not understand but if i can add
some bs perhaps it will accept the content and give me the free download. this
is aboout gaining access to info that is free elsewhere but here is demanding pa
yment. ok so here is my payment.
Purchased Busy Bee 10"X18" B2227L-metal lathe for my garage shop.After few month
s I find out a lot of backlash on the carriage perpendicular to bed ways,about 3
/16 inch.
Can't find in manual any help how to eliminate this play of the carriage.
I am new too this forum,and if anybody can help me fine the way to fix this prob
lem,I will be very appreciate.
I have that lathe, and have not experienced what you are talking about. When you
say 3/16" of backlash PERPENDICULAR to the ways, that doesn't compute. What is
moving?--The saddle (which sets directly on the ways), or the cross slide,(which
sets directly on top of the saddle) or the compound rest which is the very topm
ost part which supports the tool holder? I just dug my owners manual out of my d
esk---there is an exploded view of the carriage on page 16
There's three areas where that play can exist- one is the fit between the lead s
crew and the nut, another is the nut mounting to the slide, and the third is the
lead screw being able to move back and forth. Not sure on that lathe, but there
's usually something to take up the backlash between the screw and the nut. It c
ould be a split in the nut, and you somehow wedge that open or closed to tighten
the fit.
The nut should mount firmly to the slide so it doesn't move relative to the slid
e. On my lathe there's a screw from the top of the slide that tightens the nut a
gainst the slide.
I have seen some poor fits where the lead screw mates with the fixed part of the
carriage. Sometimes you'd have to machine up a suitable washer or some thing si
milar to give a good shoulder on the lead screw to bear against the mating face
on the carriage. Usually there's a means of taking this play out by adjusting th
e position of the dial. I think what's fairly common here is to get the play dow
n to 15 thou or less, which is the loose play you will see on the dial markings.
I've had mine down to about 7 thou, which does increase of course the more you
use it. Normally there's just bushings here- often it's just the cast iron faces
on the carriage that the shoulder on the lead screw can bear against- same for
the dial wheel on the outside. On my mill I got rid of that by adding needle thr
ust bearings, but I haven't yet done that on the lathe.
3/16 is a lot of play in that area- there's something loose or poorly adjusted,

or just plain wrong. That lathe has not likely received any TLC as it comes to y
ou already assembled, so you would want to check out all these areas. I'm sure y
ou'll find the main source fairly easi

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Manual transmissions often can also improve acceleration, sometimes significantl
y. That can be a welcome benefit with a smaller engine. And many drivers find dr
iving with a stick more engaging and fun.
We have bought several sets of test cars of different types with both manual tra
nsmission and automatic transmissions and run them through our fuel-economy and
acceleration tests. In most, we found the manual delivered better mpg overall. I
n a few cases, however, the latest automatic-transmission designs, including six
-speed automatics, actually surpass their manual counterparts.
For example, the Mazda3 i gets one more mpg with its six-speed automatic than it
s six-speed manual, largely because the automatic has taller gearing, so the eng
ine revs slower on the highway, using less gas.
We saw the same effect with the Ford Fiesta with its basic 1.6-liter, four-cylin
der engine.
On the other hand, the Chevrolet Sonic got better mileage with its six-speed man
ual transmission, even with its turbocharged engine, than it did with the base e
ngine and six-speed automatic transmission. (The basic Sonic we tested was a sed
an; the turbocharged, manual-transmission LTZ was a hatchback.) Cheaper cars, su
ch as the Hyundai Accent and Mazda2, all got better mileage with a stick shift.
Of course, there are other disadvantages to buying a stick:
Manual transmissions are available on only a relatively few models, which na
rrows your choices. They are found mainly on small cars and sports cars.
Manuals require more skill and experience to operate well. For example, a ca
r with a manual transmission is harder to get under way when stopped on an uphil
l (although many these days come with a helpful hill-holder feature).
We found that in some cars, having to depress the clutch pedal fully made an
already bad driving position worse.
Congested traffic conditions can require a lot of shifting and working the c
lutch pedal.
Because relatively few buyers are choosing manual transmissions, the car cou
ld be harder to sell later.
Bottom line
Most manual transmissions can deliver better fuel economy and acceleration. But
shift quality and fuel economy vary, so check our ratings and try before you buy
.
Model
Price (as tested)
Fuel economy
(overall mpg)

Acceleration, sec.
(0-60 mph)

Manual
Automatic
Manual
Automatic
Manual
Automatic
Chevrolet Sonic LTZ/LT
$19,870
$17,290
30
28
8.9
9.3
Ford Fiesta SES/SE
17,795
16,595
32
33
10.7

10.9
Hyundai Accent SE/GLS
16,695
16,050
32
31
8.5
10.3
Mazda 3 i Grand Touring/ i Touring
24,040
21,740
32
33
8.2
8.3
Mazda2 Sport/Touring
14,770
17,075
33
30
10.3

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Below we list numerous sets of detailed working drawings which you can order dir
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the set. For example, 13/6 is a 6-sheet set detailing Project #13, the Benjamin
Frankllin Clock.
US Prices are in US dollars and are postpaid.
Note: Canadian dollar prices for each of the items below are postpaid and inclu
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The first Cdn price quoted is for AB, SK, MB, QC, YT, NT, and NU (5% GST include
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The second price is for BC (12% HST included)
The third price is for NB, NL and ON (13% HST included)
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Plans for Clockmakers' Tools
01/1 DIVIDING HEAD for cutting pinions on a vertical slide on the lathe. Could a
lso be used in the milling machine. Uses a 1/4" or 3/8" capacity Jacobs chuck to
hold the workpiece, and shop-made dividing plates about 2-?". (US$8.00/Cdn$8.00,
$8.53, $8.61, $8.76)
08/1 CLOCKMAKER S TURNS. Although rudimentary compared to a modern metalworking la
the, this is the sort of tool clockmakers used hundreds of years ago. It is usef
ul even today for pivot dressing, poising, etc. (US$8.00/ Cdn$8.00, $8.53, $8.61
, $8.76)
02/4 CLOCKMAKER S LATHE, or "THROW". A small dead center lathe with accessories. T
he best tool for turning pivots, truing up worn pivots and "re-pivoting", and tu
rning small items with hand gravers. The bed is made from a 9" length of 1/2" x
3/4" CRS bar. Center height is just under 2". (Could be scaled up somewhat, if y
ou wished.) Several accessories are detailed, as well as the basic lathe. This l
ittle lathe is intended to be powered with a sewing machine motor, Foredom tool
motor, or similar. US$16.45/Cdn16.45, $17.55, $17.71, $18.02)