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    What did you machine today?

    This is a replacement shifter linkage for a Honda dirt track car. The rubber one busted


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    Those are great little lathes, I had one myself...

    Those are great little lathes, I had one myself before my Grizzly. I sold mine and tooling to a local gentleman for a fair price


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    Is that a lead weight on the back of the boring...

    Is that a lead weight on the back of the boring bar? If so neat idea to reduce chatter


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    What model Fellows gear shaper is that. I cut my...

    What model Fellows gear shaper is that. I cut my teeth on one in my first shop. Eaton had a bunch of hydro strokes they used for years. Just neat machines. The only thing neater is a bevel gear...
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    Iíve lately been helping friends with QC tool...

    Iíve lately been helping friends with QC tool blocks. I was looking at my extras and noticed that I only had a couple of extra ones. So I grabbed some material out of my bin and been working on some...
  6. I purchased a Still chainsaw last year. I had...

    I purchased a Still chainsaw last year. I had fuel mixed up out of E90 regular gas and it would not run. Took it back and was shown the problem so I changed to non ethanol gas. In fact on my push...
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    Posted this video today a pair of tops for the...

    Posted this video today a pair of tops for the grandsons
    https://youtu.be/T4EvKyILQcg


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    Air cleaner nuts for race cars....

    Air cleaner nuts for race cars. https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190806/c6b6f0c91a4cedbd5f6326f3a5bd31b0.jpghttps://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190806/4b6835beaa697ab7f46494ae2a625c0d.jpg


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    Posted this up this morning. Chris wanted a...

    Posted this up this morning. Chris wanted a simple holder for our bathroom so she could use the towel rack under the cabinet for decorative towels. So I made this up and installed it for her....
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    Finished my salvage project. Was working on a...

    Finished my salvage project. Was working on a parting tool holder that used HSS blades, but as usual I couldnít get them to work, so I modified the holder to use the holder for GTN 3 blades. This...
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    On my lathe Iím not going really big in size....

    On my lathe Iím not going really big in size. Probably the largest spade drill bit I was gifted will be as large as I can go. I may pick up an 1 1/2 spade bit if one comes around inexpensive enough....
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    Similar to a twist drill. Sent from my...

    Similar to a twist drill.


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    Iím releasing the videos on the machining process...

    Iím releasing the videos on the machining process of the drills and improvements to the process as I went along. Parts 1 and 2 will be the first drill. Part 3 is finishing the rest of the set of 4....
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    Did a honey do today. Chris wanted a hand towel...

    Did a honey do today. Chris wanted a hand towel holder for our bathroom. Itís made out of aluminum in 3 pieces fastened together with 1/4 x 20 studs. The end ball like sphere is my first attempt at...
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    Posted up today my modified compound drive....

    Posted up today my modified compound drive. https://youtu.be/f-TG5URGzWU


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    Yes the project wasnít that difficult, just not...

    Yes the project wasnít that difficult, just not having a one to use as a guide was a challenge. I used a photo and machined one complete first. Then machining the last 3 as a group


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    Actually the hammer isnít mushroomed. This hammer...

    Actually the hammer isnít mushroomed. This hammer was a coated one that the coating fell off of. I made up a Delrin handle for it, and it hasnít been used that much. In fact I was stamping the sizes...
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    I also use Amazon a lot and were prime members....

    I also use Amazon a lot and were prime members. First of all is free shipping and we have family on the other side of US so we can order gifts and holiday presents for them because purchasing them...
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    The finished product on its wall mount....

    The finished product on its wall mount. https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190720/0b3a212c6173add69a4e2cd74600f9e1.jpg


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    One other solution is impacted swivels. There are...

    One other solution is impacted swivels. There are a ball type that gives you an larger range of motion. If you look at high end Snap On or Mac spark plug sockets they have those kind of swivels on...
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    Spade drill holder

    Iím working on the rest of the spade drills the other 3 are 90% complete. Still need to mill the reliefs and blue them with cold blue. There was 6 spades given to me. The two smaller ones are...
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    Iíve already tried the first drill. It was an 1 ...

    Iíve already tried the first drill. It was an 1 3/64 spade. It was the largest. It worked ok. Iíd be concerned if it was an 2 inch or larger.


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    Iíve had this ball turning kit in my shop for...

    Iíve had this ball turning kit in my shop for years. So recently I put it together so here is the video. https://youtu.be/rAyGx32zhYw


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    I could do that, however I want the convenience...

    I could do that, however I want the convenience of grabbing the drill size I want. So Iíll just machine up the set.


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    Thanks Toolguy. I know it was doable. What I was...

    Thanks Toolguy. I know it was doable. What I was hoping for was someone who had done it and maybe some drawings. Now Iím going to make up ones for the rest of the blades, none of them are the same so...
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