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  • Wreck™Wreck
    Wreck™Wreck replied to the thread Drilling 4140.
    I am not a hobbyist so what ever advice I might give is surely wrong. However this is a tooling problem, either the machine itself or...
  • brino
    brino liked Surprman's post in the thread 20 Ton Press.
    I might have to upgrade to one of those air over hydraulic units some day (when I have a spare $120). For now, I added some less costly...
  • brino
    Find an need and Fill It. Henry J. Kaiser
  • brino
    If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way.... Napoleon Hill **G**
  • brino
    Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom. George S. Patton **G**
  • brino
    brino replied to the thread Handy "Tool".
    "Greasy and green" I like that......maybe a new shop slogan. -brino
  • brino
    brino liked Tony Pisano's post in the thread Handy "Tool".
    Yes, so many throw aways are great sources for shafts, springs, motors and such. A few weeks ago I was building a small loom and cut a...
  • brino
    brino liked FOMOGO's post in the thread Handy "Tool".
    Yup, I'm as guilty as the next. Old printers for shafts and rollers, rubber bushings and mounts, rollers off old dryers, Sheet metal...
  • brino
    brino liked TTD's post in the thread Handy "Tool".
    First thing I thought was, "Well, there is a start to a home-brewed belt grinder"!;) Good thinking, Peter! Funny how that ever since I...
  • grumpygator
    grumpygator replied to the thread Quotes and Sayings.
    If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way.... Napoleon Hill **G**
  • Surprman
    Surprman replied to the thread 20 Ton Press.
    I might have to upgrade to one of those air over hydraulic units some day (when I have a spare $120). For now, I added some less costly...
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    bl00 liked eeler1's post in the thread Shape-Rite 8" shaper.
    well, when these machines were made, motors were bigger and heavier than the modern equivalent HP motor. My motor was a ‘Westinghouse’...
  • CluelessNewB
    CluelessNewB replied to the thread Heavy Drill Press $80..
    It's a Walker-Turner radial drill press. Versions of these continued into the Delta-Rockwell years. The base isn't original :)...
  • Alan H
    Alan H replied to the thread Tormach SuperFly Cutter.
    Double, do you use the same Korloy insert for aluminum and steel or do you have the ground and molded inserts respectively?
  • Alan H
    All the comments reminds me of dad's shop. He plumbed it with 1/2 PVC pipe. Twenty years later, it was still holding pressure. But we...
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