Heavy iron rolling in

Zyox Jägergeist

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good

good fer you
when I was boatbuilding I lifted an 18-tonne yacht on a single bottle jack, the floor was only 4 inch with re bar, no cracks so your floor will take anything
Oh good stuff to hear!
Haven't noticed any cracks as of yet, the slab definitely is shrinking as I noticed it pull away from the concrete wall about 1/16, but it all seems strong, especially considering how much weight is on it.
 

stuarth44

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It's been a while since I've posted anything. Frankly been to busy to, moved and been working hard to get everything built up and in it's place.

Well, it's been a lot of work in a short timeframe. Poured the floor, got the walls insulated and drywalled, finally rolled everything in, in about a month. Got a couple more things to move in, but 41000 lbs of iron moved in is good enough for this weekend haha!
Big Cincinnati is 20000lbs, little cincinnati lathe is 10000, and the universal mill is 11000.
Concrete is 5" thick. 32mpa with fiber and rebar

Those machinery skates are the cats ass
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guess shrink is the norm in cooler climates, more so than here where the slab would get very warm in sun or war, in 38c days, it needs to be able to move, if it cannot it could cause cracking eh
 
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