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  1. #871
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    It's for mounting the sign he "found" in his home...

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    Really went over the top today.--Bored out of my skull with no real work and not wanting to start another machining project.--I found a piece of .070" scrap plate and sawed out a T-slot cleaner for my mill table. I've had milling machines for almost 10 years now and never made one of these. I scraped enough steel chips and filings out of my mill table to build a small car!!!
    Brian Rupnow

  3. #873
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave_r View Post
    It's for mounting the sign he "found" in his home...
    They were all here when I moved in.
    Andy

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    Two projects today. Finished getting the bandsaw on the new casters. I had to correct a mistake measured the base of the saw but didn’t make my frame for the casters a bit bigger. I did intend to put the plywood in the frame for more storage. Just used what I had to make the frame work. Not my best work but it beats the way the saw was.

    2nd project a simple wall mounted hanger to put empty clothes hangers on in our laundry room. We just needed somewhere out if the way to put the empty hangers. Turned down a piece of 1” aluminum 6” long drilled for a 1/4x20 screw. Then faced and put in another 1/4x20 thread. Plus 2 mounting holes equally spaced. Put the 2 pieces together with a set screw and locktite. Then put it on the wall under the hanging vacuum


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    Bored some holes in 2.5" .125 square tubes with the lagun to press in some roller bearing deals. I went a little over size on the first hole so it will have to get a little filler and bored again. Takes some fiddling to dial in those cheap chinese boring heads.

    Andy

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    This was a small project from a few days ago. E brake lever handle for my Mustang.


  7. #877
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    nice work, much better than the plastic

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    Quote Originally Posted by gambler View Post
    nice work, much better than the plastic
    And it goes with the shift knob I made a while back. And it carries on the aluminum theme of the interior.


  9. #879
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    very nice, butttttt........wheres the motor pic?

  10. #880
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    Might need some ali door opening handles now.

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