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  • Priceless!!

    Newer Lathe $3200 bucks
    Stolen piece of 2 1/2" Alum for next project $ FREE
    Safety glasses for all $ FROM WORK
    Carbide tool holder $100 bucks + inserts


    Having your 4 year old Daughter and 3 year old little sister helping DAD in the shop PRICELESS.........

    working on a new little project that I am taking lots of pictures of when I am done i will post the whole project.

    Railmen.
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    It is great to have kids helping out. One thing I see that I dont like to much long sleeves and long hair . I have seen some pretty bad pictures of accidents where sleeves loose clothing and hair get tangled up in the lathe, just a friendly safety reminder DEAN

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    • #3
      Cute kids brother. I got a 3 year old girl, a 1 and a 1/2 year old girl, and another girl due in january. I love them to death, and they love helpin daddy whenever I got work to do. Now that I have girls, I dont want boys.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by cooliepop View Post
        It is great to have kids helping out. One thing I see that I dont like to much long sleeves and long hair . I have seen some pretty bad pictures of accidents where sleeves loose clothing and hair get tangled up in the lathe, just a friendly safety reminder DEAN

        Ya I am a Millwright by Trade and i have some pretty good pictures of lathe accidents too

        she was only running the tail stock and i have the power feeds disable well they are around it.

        Railmen

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        • #5
          nfinch86-CANADIAN WELDOR :

          Originally posted by Railmen View Post
          Ya I am a Millwright by Trade and i have some pretty good pictures of lathe accidents too

          she was only running the tail stock and i have the power feeds disable well they are around it.

          Railmen
          HI;ARE YOU SURE YOUR A " MILLWRIGHT " OR A Collector of Welding Machines ? Just Wondering ? .... Norm :

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          • #6
            Originally posted by nfinch86 View Post
            HI;ARE YOU SURE YOUR A " MILLWRIGHT " OR A Collector of Welding Machines ? Just Wondering ? .... Norm :
            Hey Norm,
            I bet that is the dream of every member on this board....that is, to have that many welders to choose from.
            Nick

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            • #7
              Originally posted by kiwi View Post
              Hey Norm,
              I bet that is the dream of every member on this board....that is, to have that many welders to choose from.
              Nick


              Ya but guy if you read part way down it says HAD AND SOLD...

              but as of right now i still have a few to play with
              TB302G, INVISION 354MP, 60 SERIES FEEDER,MAXSTAR 200DX,CST 280,MAXSTAR 150S,HF251-1, HYPERTHERM POWERMAX600,1972 SA-200 LINCOLN

              That is cause of the good old Ebay and I live right on the boarder between USA and Canada. Easy for me to have shipped to a place right off the boarder and go to pick them up save big time on the brokerage fee's and customs fee's

              And do remember every thing has a price, and is for sale

              especially the Lincoln SA-200

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              • #8
                Originally posted by kiwi View Post
                I bet that is the dream of every member on this board....that is, to have that many welders to choose from.
                Only welders?

                Frank

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                • #9
                  nfinch86-CANADIAN WELDOR :

                  Originally posted by Railmen View Post
                  Ya but guy if you read part way down it says HAD AND SOLD...

                  but as of right now i still have a few to play with
                  TB302G, INVISION 354MP, 60 SERIES FEEDER,MAXSTAR 200DX,CST 280,MAXSTAR 150S,HF251-1, HYPERTHERM POWERMAX600,1972 SA-200 LINCOLN

                  That is cause of the good old Ebay and I live right on the boarder between USA and Canada. Easy for me to have shipped to a place right off the boarder and go to pick them up save big time on the brokerage fee's and customs fee's

                  And do remember every thing has a price, and is for sale

                  especially the Lincoln SA-200
                  YEA I MISSED THE HAD & SOLD PART; But It sure would be nice to get my hands on some of those Beauties!!!.... Norm : PS. As you can see I Own A 1968 LINCOLN Myself... Norm :

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                  • #10
                    well here is some more pictures of the project that my daughter was drilling for me that day.......
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                    • #11
                      more pictures
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                      • #12
                        some more

                        some steps i could not get pictures of, because i did some of the machining at work.
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                        • #13
                          HA HA HA MORE PICTURES

                          well if you have not guessed what it is by now..................

                          it has about 50 feet of hose on it right now just to see how it works and make sure there is no leaks.

                          in the one end with the bearing close to the outside there is also a shaft seal there to keep out the dirt and stuff

                          just have to mount the mounting plate on it and some sort of cap on the other end and its done.
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                          Last edited by Railmen; 11-22-2008, 02:25 PM.

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                          • #14
                            Sweet looking project!!!

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                            • #15
                              I'll be danged, I didn't know you could bore a hole (or 2) off center with a lathe.

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