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

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

    This just seems wrong on so many counts. I hope this lathe is not actually used in real work.

    https://youtu.be/l3RmKq2-jfw
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    All I get is "This video is unavailable."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcane View Post
    All I get is "This video is unavailable."
    It works for me on several devices. Try it again.
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    There is no joy in Mudville.

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    I get the same message as Arcane.

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    Gentlemen, just because I didn't hit the publish button and you couldn't watch the video but I could there is no reason to become hostile.........

    It should work for you all now.
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    I got 'unavailable ' the first time, but it came up the second time, for about 15 seconds before it changed to being about abandoned tanks.

    OK, so somebody has shoved a load of chickens on a long bar and is rotating it in the lathe like a rotisserie.

    Just the sort of thing the guys do when the boss is out, but was it damaging the lathe?
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    the rotating chickens were doing no harm however the glowing bed of charcoal would do bugger all good for the ways!!

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    So that’s how you flame harden ways!
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    This proves the old saying about the lathe being the "King of machine tools because once you have one you can make another lathe and some rotisserie chicken"

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