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Old 19-02-2018, 07:32 PM
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Default Re: Druid’s New Duck – ’99 Hydrema-Wiemar M1500

This is the blade, and plate off the TCT saw
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Old 19-02-2018, 07:43 PM
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God knows what the n is referencing --- but appears to be rotational speed

only ref. google chucks up is this " How is T (Torque) directly proportional to N (RPM) " ??
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God knows what the n is referencing --- but appears to be rotational speed

only ref. google chucks up is this " How is T (Torque) directly proportional to N (RPM) " ??
God knows! But in layman’s terms, the abrasive chop saw spinamathings too fast for one of those blades! And the TCT saw spinamathings much slower than the abrasive wheel saw. So speed has got to be right to be safe with theses blades.

Sounds like your with safe limits, Doobin? But is that possibly because your on a smaller diameter blade? These TCT blades I’ve got are 305mm, and would be a fair th8ng t9 have going at twice the normal operating speed!

The TCT saw is also much more solidly built, which I guess is essential to get longevity out of the blades and is crucial for safety.
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God knows! But in layman’s terms, the abrasive chop saw spinamathings too fast for one of those blades! And the TCT saw spinamathings much slower than the abrasive wheel saw. So speed has got to be right to be safe with theses blades.

Sounds like your with safe limits, Doobin? But is that possibly because your on a smaller diameter blade? These TCT blades I’ve got are 305mm, and would be a fair thing to have going at twice the normal operating speed!

The TCT saw is also much more solidly built, which I guess is essential to get longevity out of the blades and is crucial for safety.
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so .... as said earlier, been a little occupied today ...

too bloody breezy for the new toy though

framed up


and working me way down



filled and stitched



up for consolidation



this is the smaller 'leg' at 2.2m ... the return is 3.8m ... a lorra-infill !!
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Going for galvanizing?
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Going for galvanizing?
is it **** .... more hassle than I want .... I won't be painting it
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so .... can anyone shed any light on that Libra I posted a few pages back

It may be of interest .... unless they'm dogs
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" shall I, shan't I ... I'll just look nonchalant, for a minute "

Squeak sizing up a second breakfast !!

He usually doesn't bother with them .... but this one was taking the p*ss



'bout 3 ft from my feet !!





..... still too bloody quick for him though .... he's better sticking to bunnies ... he catches them - no sweat !!
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so .... can anyone shed any light on that Libra I posted a few pages back

It may be of interest .... unless they'm dogs
Been around for a while, although never sold in big numbers.
these guy claim to be dealers http://www.stevensplantsales.co.uk/ could be worth a call!
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