So I'm just about done with a couple of items for my Dad's tractor. The double bonus was that I told my wife they were a Christmas gift so I got extra shop time, and my 6 YO son helped with cutting stock and drilling holes.
(Remember that this is for a tractor - so high precision not required)
Putting a chamfer on a piece of flat stock. A good use for a crest cut end mill that was still sharp on the shank, but worn on the face. Yes I tilted the head back!
Clamped up for tack welding with the mig.
Finished in place except for paint. I stick welded with 7018 since my Mig welder is only for light use. The bar bowed quite a bit as I expected, but I straightened it out. Some people who make these recommend clamping a "frown" bow into the bar before welding.