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  • SharuLady's Avatar
    06-08-2018, 02:19 PM
    Hi, I contacted LEE, Inc today, spoke with a Tech on the problem I am having With the Lee DC #90305 - 356-102-1R - 102gr. The problem was 3 fold on this mold. 1) The screw that holds the sprue plate keeps loosing up (have to keep an eye on...
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    06-02-2018, 01:08 PM
    Hi, TY for the pic and explanation's. Pictures are always helpful. Good idea on the extra weight on the handle. As of right now the pot is not leaking, but... being a Lee Pot one never knows when it might start. I only use sawdust & wax in my...
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    06-02-2018, 12:53 PM
    Hi, Sorry to hear that it didn't work out for you. :( It looked like a good idea but one never knows until in your possession and check it out. SharuLady
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    06-01-2018, 03:32 PM
    Hi, I have noticed that the screw has gotten out of alignment but it has not yet ever slipped out of the groove. I like your idea of adding that cheap tap handle to the rod. Adding a little more weight is also a good thing. TYVM for this great...
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  • SharuLady's Avatar
    06-01-2018, 03:20 PM
    Hi, Ok, will try again with the adjusting screw as I did mention before that I tried working with adjusting it before but to no avail. But it can't hurt to try again. But I will also clean out the pot again and polish and lament the rod once...
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    06-01-2018, 11:38 AM
    Hi, Ok 1st off, sorry for not getting back to this sooner with any replies but... we had a bad storm here, lot of lightning, rain, wind etc. It knocked out our internet service for 2 days, just got it back a little after 9pm last night. Since...
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    05-30-2018, 12:38 PM
    Hi, Do I need to use the Temp control on the bottom pour or does the PID control it with or without setting the pot temp control on the pot? I think the PID should control it as the pot is/will be plugged into the PID. But just want to check to...
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    05-26-2018, 05:40 PM
    Hi Mal Paso, This is a very nice stand as well! Ty for sharing! There has been so many great ideas from all & that is awesome! SharuLady
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    05-26-2018, 05:33 PM
    Hi daboone, I like the look of this stand, but... it would be really cool if the stand would rotate (possibly with a way to lock the position) so it wouldn't create a possible problem with different Powders or one could just leave the other 2...
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  • SharuLady's Avatar
    05-25-2018, 09:53 PM
    Oh Ok. That makes for a good reason! SharuLady
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    05-25-2018, 02:06 AM
    Hi Mdi, That sounds like a great solid, unflexing but yet high enough like your powder scale being eye level. Your mention of your "scale table" caught my eye as well. That is something I wish to have as well. It would definitely be beneficial...
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    05-25-2018, 01:57 AM
    Hi lotech, Ty for your reply on the Redding stand. It was one of the commercial stands I originally looked at. But an considering building a stand (with my 'great' better half's assistance). SharuLady
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    05-25-2018, 01:49 AM
    Hi Green Frog, Ty for your reply. This is another interesting idea for a stand. I like minimal cost but yet having a pretty high utility usage. SharuLady
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    05-25-2018, 01:44 AM
    Hi Robert, This sounds like a very interesting way of building a stand! You should post a picture of it. I as well wish to have mine so that it can be moved when not in use. Hum mm, you painted it green or did it turn green on its own with that...
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    05-25-2018, 01:34 AM
    Hi country gent, for the great info on what could be used and the build. Sound's like it would be very pretty & fancy. TY for replying, SharuLady
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  • SharuLady's Avatar
    05-25-2018, 01:26 AM
    Hi Walter, Mine is 2 trays as well. But so far this Black & Decker convection oven has only fluctuated between 385 to 405 with just the controls from the oven itself, but…. I have been running a Taylor oven gage as well to keep tabs on it. Guess...
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    05-25-2018, 01:17 AM
    Hi dikman, That is interesting, I don't recall seeing here on the forums a probe through the back.... but hey if it works that's great. I will keep that in mind though. :smile: TY for replying. SharuLady
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    05-24-2018, 04:48 PM
    Oh, darn it, I forgot to ask about placement of a TC Probe in a small convection oven as well. I know that it can be placed in though the top or from the side. But due to the size of the oven and the element is at the top I think it may be better...
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    05-24-2018, 04:23 PM
    I thought that was the proper distances as I recalled them but was wanting to confirm this.[smilie=1: "Quote Originally Posted by fralic76" "I have my temp sensor up about 1/2" from the bottom and about 1/2" out from the side." Yes, I was...
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    05-24-2018, 03:22 PM
    Hi, My husband is making a stand for my PID and I wish to find out what is the optimum depth to set the PID from the bottom & also the proper distance from the side of the pot. Once again would like opinions as to what would be best. I remember...
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    05-22-2018, 02:08 PM
    Wish to TY 'country gent' & 'lightman' for you comments and info. Have made a copy & paste to a text file for the listing of needed items & measurements & all the instructions. That is my desire to make sure I have ample clearance on the stands...
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  • SharuLady's Avatar
    05-21-2018, 08:11 PM
    Hi, Ty for your comments & info on the stands. I have been searching the web for examples of Home built Powder stands. Have found 4 that seems to be fairly easy to make and still do what I am wanting it to do, Was even able to get pics of them...
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    05-20-2018, 02:37 PM
    Hi, I am looking to get a couple of Powder measure stands. I have looked at RCBS Advanced (made of aluminum) it states it is 9 1/2" rise and the base is 4 7/8" x 2 5/8". The Lyman Powder stand (Cast Iron) no other measurements listed. The...
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