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Started by Dave, July 10, 2017, 07:26:50 PM
Quote from: jumbojak on August 02, 2018, 05:31:23 AMWork oUT the dimensions of the part you need and I'll see if I can knock something together for you once my arm starts working properly again. We have an enormous junk pile that I'm sure could supply enough scrap pieces. I'll even try to make it look pretty...
Quote from: Dave on August 02, 2018, 06:24:43 AMQuote from: jumbojak on August 02, 2018, 05:31:23 AMWork oUT the dimensions of the part you need and I'll see if I can knock something together for you once my arm starts working properly again. We have an enormous junk pile that I'm sure could supply enough scrap pieces. I'll even try to make it look pretty...Many thanks for the offer, JJ, but I think buying a differently designed drill press or, definitely, the extension chuck might be cheaper than shipping bits both ways over the Pond in any decent time scale!I did a general Google search on "carbide tipped hacksaw blades gloucester" and have found we have a branch of "Tool Station" in an industrial estate way over on the other side of town that I did not know about, but they only do gritted blades for ceramic/stone cutting.
Quote from: Dave on August 02, 2018, 11:28:25 AMSorting out some camera stuff I came accross a front mounting extra-wide angle lense I had forgotten about. The camera focussed on one of the trusses about half way across and the shadow at the bottom front is partly the lens shadow with the built in flash.As I said, space is at a bit of a premium and you soon learn where to duck! It was hot up there so I did not play for long.
Quote from: Dave on August 02, 2018, 03:21:13 PMThey claim it is 180, the round stool top on the left would have been about a foot in front of the lens. There was slso a UV, a CPL and an adaptor between the two lenses and the only current lens I could mount it on was the 18-140mm job, need a new filter adaptor for new 18-55mm.And, yes, it does mount via the filter thread! It is not a high quality item. But I think the comparison info is wrong, it clains it is a bayonet fit with a 35mm focal length and 30x zoom! Though the spec looks about right. Wondering about the price, I paid £30 for mine 6 years ago. Too many things wrong about this advert.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0017W70JE/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Quote from: jumbojak on August 11, 2018, 01:18:37 PMSo long as it's not one of the "red" variants of locktite you should be fine with a quality driver. Of red you will want to use some heat to soften the compound before attempting and it can take a lot of heat. A small impact driver may help as well if you think the lens can stand up to some gentle tapping. What type of screws are they? I can't make it out from the photo.