I agree with you, especially about the motors. The power units, I am
not so sure, although I would hate to scrap them. The motors are
great, there is a lot of multiples on them. Good for phase converters
Yes, here are the categories of things that I thought about
1) Electric motors
2) Copper wire
3) [possibly] hydraulic units, they look nice.
4) Hydraulic valves
5) Servo motors
6) Servo control by A-B
7) Hydraulic oil, I have someone who buys oil from me
8) Electrical controls
He's probably going to kill somebody one of these days soon; he's got zero
formal training and most of his "rigging" is junk that someone else has
discarded for safety issues.
IIRC, he's already come close at least once, while disassembling an overhead
You are correct. Someone else was doing the dismantling. Those people
are scrap metal gypsies (Romani).
I never buy overhead cranes, as a matter of fact, due to safety
concerns. Too heavy and too high for me to deal with. You need two
big telehandlers to remove them safely.
So much venom from this "precisionmachinist", all because I killfiled
him for off-topic posts. Doubtfully this is a successful , well adjusted
But in one way or another , we all milk RCM for personal gain.
===============================================There are soldiers, and mercenaries.
There are swinging doors, and ratchet-and-pawl turnstiles....
There's milking, and chewing off the nipple.
Ultimately, you are correct in some sense -- most here ARE getting something
out of this relatively one-way exchange.
But it reminds me of the super-great Yellow Pages ads, years back: You had
to guess the subject from the skit, in this case:
Oh, enough of me, let's talk about YOU, now, dear: What do YOU think
about my latest movie????
Subject: Vanity Cases.....
Look, ig, I'm sure, is a tax-paying patriot, who loves his kids.
I'm just sayin we should all get a tip, at Xmas.....
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