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This is what your keyboard should look like. The piano is stupid. I'll write this section if enough people want it. This is the G Major Scale, it is a set of notes, each one higher than the last.
If you already know sheet music or have taken a class you should be familiar. But as you might have noticed, the names of the notes don't match the sounds produced by the qwerty keyboard, and if you tried to play a scale it would sound very bad.
So we will have to rename the notes. There we go. The last note is a comma, and Z is always the lowest note your held instrument can play, except for piano so it's easy to play chords. For larger and longer chords, you need an instrument that can produce a wider array of notes. Sometimes a song that has a whole lot of different notes can only be played on some instruments, for example, a cowbell cannot play megalovania all by itself, but a trumpet could.
The tailstock may presently be positioned closer to the center of the bed. Glenn Operating machines is perfectly safe Re: Removing rust from ways Post by mechanic » Fri Nov 16, pm Glen, I noticed the tailstock was between the carriage and the headstock too, what he was using the lathe for I do not know.
I am going to look at it tomorow and plan on asking some questions as well as finding out his bottom dollar. It has been sitting for a while unused but the wife of the guy that used it said it all works but we will see when I go by there tomorow. I am getting tired of waiting for the perfect lathe to pop up so if the price is right I might get it. It would be a much nicer lathe than what I have now as the one I use now does not have a gearbox and the feeds have to be changed with gear changes and that is getting old.
Re: Removing rust from ways Post by spro » Fri Nov 16, pm This is a perfect use for single edge razor blades.
Let any rust penetrant sit awhile and skim off the major rust. The Tai lathes at the time had hardened, ground bed ways. They had no attempt at frosting or scrapeing on the ways. Saves some of the elbow grease. Regardless, your not going to do any damage with scotchbrite that will compare to the damage already done by the corrosion Like has already been said, it was never a high precision machine anyway, but it's still going to do good work as long as you understand it's capabilities.
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