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Is that a car windshield wiper motor?
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Tell me you didn't calculate the xy coordinates for each of the holes.   Yikes

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Probably the only way to accurately make the plate.

When I made a new graduated dial using a rotary table mounted to the face plate of my old South Bend it took quite a bit of math to work out the spacing. More important I had to pay very close attention to which graduation I was making.
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The division was done with the the  dividing head. while I was making the disk  made a video on how to set up and use the  dividing head  so you have that to come. 

The motor is indeed from a car it is not generally realized that car and light aircraft ETC electrical systems are 14 volt only the battery is 12 volt  also the motors  are made to withstand abuse and overload  ( Snow ETC )    I have run my motors at 20 volt dropping to 18 on full load for about 15 years now with no ill effects  I also use them on the mill for the X & Z.

   

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Thank god thats over with, lol
17 bags of portland latter we have footings for the new shed.
Poured the base Wednesday, stripped the forms yesterday and moved them up for the knee wall, then finished pouring today.
Had a friend drop over to give the young lad and I a hand, thanks god.
Senior citizens should know beter than this lol
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The mixer does a full bag of portland at a time.

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Greg
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I gave up pouring concrete around a year ago. My back just wouldn't take it anymore.
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The weather has been great and we're making progress.
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Greg
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Unbelievable weather for this time of year, actually been sweating. Sheeted the roof today with 1 x 10 pine. Glad to have a saw mill with the price of lumber now.

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Greg
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Very Nice I'm envious

Harold
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You're really goin to town on that!
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