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Thread: Photo: Vertical Boring Mill

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    Hub Cap?

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    Propane car end?

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    Talking

    Maybe a bird bath?
    Paying Attention Is Not That Expensive.

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    Singing bowl for a Buddhist monastery?

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    Salade bowl

    Rob

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    Contact lens mould for the jolly green giant??
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    Gee it looks just like a vertical lathe to me
    The optimist says the glass is half full, the pessimist says it's half empty. The paranoid in me says somebody put a hole in it.

    Remember pessimists are at heart opptomists. They know things can and will get worse.

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    Boy,not much of a grip on that thing.

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    It's obviously a candy dish.
    I seldom do anything within the scope of logical reason and calculated cost/benefit, etc- I'm following my passion-

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    I done a few tank heads. I bet there's a manhole in the center you can't see. He has a spider in the centerhole of the table and a bolt and U clamp holding the head down. They use to let us run two or three piggly back weld beads on the head where the jaws grip. I don't see that in this photo.

    I'm gurssing the machine is an older 84" King VBM

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