Zero Fog mister


I just had about my 100th request to make a copy of my zero fog mister. its
a device to spray coolant without that annoying fog the cheap misters put
out. Anyway I looked up the links and thought I'd repost here also.
Karl
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Karl Townsend
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Interesting. I have dribble cooling in the lather, but the mill is a problem.
My shop looked like a fogbank after some hours of work, so I was using a mask. I stopped using the misters because of the fog, and need a better answer.
What is the number of the mentioned patent? I did a little searching, and came up with 5,390,854 from a picture on . I would suggest adding the patent number to the text file.
What application understands a .DWG file?
Joe Gwinn
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Joseph Gwinn
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AutoCAD, Rhino, and there are several others.
Besides that, you can get freeware .dwg "readers" all over. No CAD features, just display/print the file.
LLoyd
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Lloyd E. Sponenburgh
OK.
Which readers by name will do this?
Joe Gwinn
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This one doesn't print, but is completely free.
LLoyd
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Lloyd E. Sponenburgh
Truview is Autodesk's free viewer -- .dwg is the native autocad file format. It allows you to view, print, and take measurements from a drawing in .dwg or .dxf format.
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Ned Simmons
If you're interested. This fella just posted the unit on his web site:
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Karl Townsend
Hey Karl,
Thanks for that. The pix shows up much better there than it did in your original post. Much clearer to see the whole thing.
A question though.........what do you use as the "coolant"? I presently only use flood coolant of a soluble-oil type that is a 20:1 mix with tap water.
Take care.
Brian Lawson, Bothwell, Ontario.
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Brian Lawson
I use exactly the same. The fresh made goes to the CNC mill. I have a drain tube to a pail on the table. The recycle then goes into the saw. When running 304 SS, I up the concentration to 8 or 10% but normally 5%.
I used to use koolmist. But there's been no need for this more expensive material.
Karl
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Karl Townsend
Thanks.
Joe Gwinn
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Joseph Gwinn
Thanks,
Joe
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Joseph Gwinn
Hey Karl,
Thanks for the reply. I'll give it a try.
Brian. XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Brian Lawson
One more question. What kind of air pressure regulator are you using?
Joe Gwinn
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Joseph Gwinn

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