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Marty Escarcega
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Rotary head with a planetary geartrain instead of a worm?
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On Mon, 19 Jan 2004 02:05:38 GMT, Marty Escarcega brought forth from the murky depths:
Rotary indexer for a mill?
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Larry Jaques
I believe it is a cherrying head. I have one very similar but don't know exactly how it is used.
Don Young
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With all of the red on it - was it a cutting tool on a 'rock' turning machine ? e.g. turn spindles of Granite or Limestone... ?
Martin
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Martin H. Eastburn
Model 2 Hoedengragon. Used for indexing plenum bearings and Farely flanges.
Gunner
" ..The world has gone crazy. Guess I'm showing my age... I think it dates from when we started looking at virtues as funny. It's embarrassing to speak of honor, integrity, bravery, patriotism, 'doing the right thing', charity, fairness. You have Seinfeld making cowardice an acceptable choice; our politicians changing positions of honor with every poll; we laugh at servicemen and patriotic fervor; we accept corruption in our police and bias in our judges; we kill our children, and wonder why they have no respect for Life. We deny children their childhood and innocence- and then we denigrate being a Man, as opposed to a 'person'. We *assume* that anyone with a weapon will use it against his fellowman- if only he has the chance. Nah; in our agitation to keep the State out of the church business, we've destroyed our value system and replaced it with *nothing*. Turns my stomach- " Chas , rec.knives
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Gunner
Oh - Is that oil well pumping mud ?
Martin
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Martin H. Eastburn
Could well be. Though the well they drilled just across from me, Jameson 7 & 3/4 , came in a couple weeks ago. Pure mineral oil at 23,000'
The blow out preventer failed for a half hour before they got the pipe rams unsnarfed and now the entire area is just a slip slip sliding away.
Not a pretty sight when a couple hundred thousand barrels of pure low visc, high grade mineral oil blows though the top of the derrick at 2000 psi
I hear Johnson and Johnson capitalized the project. You can check
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Gunner
"As my father told me long ago, the objective is not to convince someone with your arguments but to provide the arguments with which he later convinces himself." David Friedman
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Gunner
Wow - finally hit the pipeline did they ? took a long time in slant drilling 23,000 feet - almost 4 miles. :-)
ex. SLB type myself.
Martin [hope you have the mineral rights ]
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Martin H. Eastburn
slippery when wet
Gunner
"As my father told me long ago, the objective is not to convince someone with your arguments but to provide the arguments with which he later convinces himself." David Friedman
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