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Thread: When Buba works in a machine shop! warning painful to watch. (no blood)

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    What? I didn't see anything. Did Buba over tighten the chuck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Smith View Post
    the rotating chickens were doing no harm however the glowing bed of charcoal would do bugger all good for the ways!!
    Ah, I didn't spot the glowing charcoal. If it was there just long enough to do the video, probably no harm done. There long enough to cook the chickens, well the boss shouldn't leave them unsupervised for that long, should he?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard P Wilson View Post
    Ah, I didn't spot the glowing charcoal. If it was there just long enough to do the video, probably no harm done. There long enough to cook the chickens, well the boss shouldn't leave them unsupervised for that long, should he?

    The charcoal looks fake. Can't tell whether the chickens are real. Pretty good gag in any case!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcane View Post
    All I get is "This video is unavailable."
    You didn't miss anything...... Beyond stupid.
    Thanks for wasting 30 seconds of my time.

    JL...........

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    Did they bast them chickens with way lube?

    Real country cookin' at it's best.
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    Hmm, going to try that on my 10EE

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    Looks like it is lunchtime in the import lathe factory.

    Sarge41

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    Those might not be real coals but this guy is really using a plasma cutter over the lathe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2REYNaX9TY

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    I don't think the plasma cutter will hurt the lathe in that scenario as long as he cleans the ways really well before moving the carriage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Forest View Post
    This just seems wrong on so many counts. I hope this lathe is not actually used in real work.

    https://youtu.be/l3RmKq2-jfw
    NOW it works for me!

    Yeah, looks like pink paint sprayed on tin foil stuffed in the lathe bed. Good joke....errr, well, a joke anyways!

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