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  • Wow... tons of room, space galore. Should be easy to put in the jointer.
    3313 5160 4357 4344 3174 9120

    Keep eye on ball.
    Hashim Khan

    Everything not impossible is compulsory

    Birds are NOT real, they are spying on you

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    • Funny it feels too small. I want to build a shed 5x5m and store stuff that can stand cold in there. Between lumber and other stuff a lot.

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      • Looks nice, but a question, How will you be able to cut large sheet goods with the table saw in a corner?
        I cut it off twice; it's still too short
        Oregon, USA

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        • You need a wall between your wood shop and metal shop.

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          • Reshaped some bullet dies for my neighbor, on the lathe.

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            • Originally posted by Tungsten dipper View Post
              You need a wall between your wood shop and metal shop.
              Door, or shop drapes like I got now is the plan

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              • Originally posted by Tim Clarke View Post
                Looks nice, but a question, How will you be able to cut large sheet goods with the table saw in a corner?
                I can move the saw by pulling a lever that lifts it up on castors. That's rare though that I divided up sheet gods that big on it, storing sheet goods is a bigger issue for me.
                DennisCA
                Senior Member
                Last edited by DennisCA; 03-24-2019, 03:46 PM. Reason: Typed on a phone earlier, cleaning up, adding info, hate phone typing

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                • I wanted a dedicated tool to keep an aluminum turning insert in so I’d would not have to index ever time I was turning aluminum. I found a tool on EBay but it had more damage and no hardware. So I made a video to document what I did to make the tool useable.
                  https://youtu.be/KUAwJjB3-Q4



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                  • Originally posted by jdedmon91 View Post
                    I wanted a dedicated tool to keep an aluminum turning insert in so I’d would not have to index ever time I was turning aluminum. I found a tool on EBay but it had more damage and no hardware. So I made a video to document what I did to make the tool useable.
                    https://youtu.be/KUAwJjB3-Q4
                    Been there, done similar repairs..
                    But used and banged up insert holders are not worth a penny when you can get usable new ones even for CNMG inserts even for less than 10 usd per piece.
                    Location: Helsinki, Finland, Europe

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                    • I refurbished a pontoon trailer today. Pics to come.

                      Next is to refurbish the pontoon that sits on it.
                      Andy

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                      • Made a new holesaw arbor for the mill,scrap piece of 1-7/16" 1045 steel.Turned a male pilot that just fits inside the 5/8-18 thread in the holesaws,then drilled and tapped two 1/4-20 holes for a couple 3/4" long socket head capscrews.



                        That project led up to this set of 2" homebrew dimple dies.


                        In action here-
                        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tgr9Jves3x0

                        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUJwo_J-MlU
                        I just need one more tool,just one!

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                        • Have been helping a buddy move all weekend, and yesterday we redid the flooring in the 2nd floor of his new house. Today we brought the last of his old house over, but this guy didn't make the move, and found his way to my house. I'll feed and shelter him, and be his caretaker for the rest of my days.

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                          • I went fishing on my kayak last weekend on a reef two km out to try catch a tuna. Its infested with big resident bull sharks. I realized I was sinking so beat a hasty retreat back to land.When I was coming in through the surf I managed to damage my kayak on the sand bank.
                            I had a try at some fibreglass patching.
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                            • Didnt come out to bad.

                              This is how the surf sometimes looks so you understand why a ski can get damaged.
                              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmpDK2EImII
                              plunger
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                              Last edited by plunger; 03-25-2019, 04:20 PM.

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                              • you crazy
                                san jose, ca. usa

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