• We want to encourage those of you who ENJOY our site and find it USEFUL to DONATE and UPGRADE your membership from active member to donating or premium membership. If you want to know the differences in membership benefits, please visit THIS PAGE:

    https://www.hobby-machinist.com/premium/

    Donating memberships start at just $10 per year. These memberships are in fact donations that help pay our costs, and keep our site running!
    Thank you for your donation, God Bless You
  • June Project of the Month (Click "x" at right to dismiss)
[4]

Shars busted mag base dial indicator fix with pics :)

[3]
[10] Like what you see?
Click here to donate to this forum and upgrade your account!

umahunter

Active User
Active Member
Joined
Jan 21, 2014
Messages
637
Likes
346
#1
Well since the cheap plastic broke I was gonna make a back then I remembered I had an old HF indicator that met an untimely death and it fit. so I just cut off the nub faced it drilled a hole then drilled and tapped the base screw for a 8 32 button head which leaves 20180629_160921.jpg 20180629_171343.jpg 20180629_172723.jpg 20180629_172744.jpg plenty of room inside to not interfere with anything she's back in business and works fine
 

KMoffett

Active User
H-M Supporter-Donating Member
Joined
Jan 18, 2013
Messages
373
Likes
99
#2
So your advice is..."Never throw anything away!" :)

Ken
 

Silverbullet

Active Member
Active Member
Joined
May 4, 2015
Messages
3,342
Likes
1,607
#3
Nice save , I agree don't throw things away to quickly. Plenty of time after I'm dead .
 

umahunter

Active User
Active Member
Joined
Jan 21, 2014
Messages
637
Likes
346
#4
Lol every time I throw something away undoubtedly i will find I could have used it for something a couple weeks later
 
[6]
[5] [7]
Top