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  • #16
    Originally posted by ricksidebottom View Post
    Did this easel earlier this year.

    All forged and oil finished.
    Look nice, what is it for?
    XMT 304 cc/cv 208/480 volts
    Lincoln wire feeder LN-25 w/Contactor and Gas Solenoid, w/magnum 400 and 200 gun's (12 ft)
    Spoolmatic 30a w/Flex Head tube 10'' XRA
    Flexible Head Tig Torch w/Gas Valve (25 ft)
    Foot Control RFCS-14HD
    Side-to-side rotary-motion fingertip Current Control
    Miller process Selector Control w/external solenoid valve
    Stainless steel welding cart
    Makita LC1230 Dry cut saw
    sigpic
    www.ricau.ca

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Daniel View Post
      Man that's a lot of work, How do you do it without the magnet square.
      HaHa, this is a good one, and did you ever try to tig weld near a magnet square?? A did this just whit square equere and a hammer to redressing it
      XMT 304 cc/cv 208/480 volts
      Lincoln wire feeder LN-25 w/Contactor and Gas Solenoid, w/magnum 400 and 200 gun's (12 ft)
      Spoolmatic 30a w/Flex Head tube 10'' XRA
      Flexible Head Tig Torch w/Gas Valve (25 ft)
      Foot Control RFCS-14HD
      Side-to-side rotary-motion fingertip Current Control
      Miller process Selector Control w/external solenoid valve
      Stainless steel welding cart
      Makita LC1230 Dry cut saw
      sigpic
      www.ricau.ca

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      • #18
        Originally posted by ricau View Post
        HaHa, this is a good one, and did you ever try to tig weld near a magnet square?? A did this just whit square equere and a hammer to redressing it
        straighten ti, sorry for my french/english
        XMT 304 cc/cv 208/480 volts
        Lincoln wire feeder LN-25 w/Contactor and Gas Solenoid, w/magnum 400 and 200 gun's (12 ft)
        Spoolmatic 30a w/Flex Head tube 10'' XRA
        Flexible Head Tig Torch w/Gas Valve (25 ft)
        Foot Control RFCS-14HD
        Side-to-side rotary-motion fingertip Current Control
        Miller process Selector Control w/external solenoid valve
        Stainless steel welding cart
        Makita LC1230 Dry cut saw
        sigpic
        www.ricau.ca

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        • #19
          Ricau Dont worry about your writing, I was born in Granby QC. I understand you very well. Without the magnet square gives you a good challenge.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Daniel View Post
            Ricau Dont worry about your writing, I was born in Granby QC. I understand you very well. Without the magnet square gives you a good challenge.
            Granby, it's near where a live, St-lambert! For the magnet thing, a experiment that when you weld near a magnet, the tig torch fusion is diverted !! a did It experienced this consequence by taking on a steel table, a magnet that held my duty stainless steel assembly
            XMT 304 cc/cv 208/480 volts
            Lincoln wire feeder LN-25 w/Contactor and Gas Solenoid, w/magnum 400 and 200 gun's (12 ft)
            Spoolmatic 30a w/Flex Head tube 10'' XRA
            Flexible Head Tig Torch w/Gas Valve (25 ft)
            Foot Control RFCS-14HD
            Side-to-side rotary-motion fingertip Current Control
            Miller process Selector Control w/external solenoid valve
            Stainless steel welding cart
            Makita LC1230 Dry cut saw
            sigpic
            www.ricau.ca

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            • #21
              Originally posted by ricksidebottom View Post
              Did this easel earlier this year. Put a family portrait on it.

              All forged and oil finished.
              Where did you get that little tubing? looks cool.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Daniel View Post
                Where did you get that little tubing? looks cool.
                he says it was forged aka blacksmithed looks like maybe 1/2" solid round to me with the ends flattened ad the middle either textured or textured and twisted.
                Miller syncrowave 200 runner with coolmate 4
                and wp2025 weldcraft torch
                Miller 125c plasma cutter

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                • #23
                  Where did you get it. Did you forged it yourself or did you bought it like that and weld it together.

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                  • #24
                    not a picture but here is a video of a piece I did for a guy in Arkansas

                    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTNj9mtyp5c
                    Attached Files
                    Last edited by STRENGTH AND POWER; 12-21-2009, 12:48 AM.
                    Miller 350P
                    Miller Econotig
                    Milwaukee Dry saw
                    Evolution Dry saw (for sale)
                    Scotchman 350 cold saw
                    7x12 bandsaw
                    1910 ATW 14 x 72 lathe
                    fridge full of adult beverages
                    Sirius radio

                    www.snpequipment.com
                    callouses and burns a plentysigpic

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                    • #25
                      here is a few shots of some equipment I built for a private gym. And a shot of my shop
                      Attached Files
                      Miller 350P
                      Miller Econotig
                      Milwaukee Dry saw
                      Evolution Dry saw (for sale)
                      Scotchman 350 cold saw
                      7x12 bandsaw
                      1910 ATW 14 x 72 lathe
                      fridge full of adult beverages
                      Sirius radio

                      www.snpequipment.com
                      callouses and burns a plentysigpic

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by STRENGTH AND POWER View Post
                        here is a few shots of some equipment I built for a private gym. And a shot of my shop
                        Selling these all across america?

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by ricksidebottom View Post
                          Did this easel earlier this year. Put a family portrait on it.

                          All forged and oil finished.
                          Sharp!

                          Very classy.
                          So you're telling me...You're not nostalgic? Then, give me another word for it......

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                          • #29
                            Here has been my biggest headache, I mean project this year.About 90% done on the out side.
                            Was originally a chrome plating shop, and has had many other owners throughout the years. I purchased this 3 years ago.Tore it down last january and hope to have everything inside completed by march.
                            Attached Files
                            2- XMT's 350 cc/cv
                            1- Blue star 185
                            1- BOBCAT 250
                            1- TRAILBLAZER 302
                            1- MILLER DVI
                            2- PASSPORT PLUS
                            1- DYNASTY 200 DX
                            1- DYNASTY 280 DX
                            1- MAXSTAR 150 STL
                            1- HF-251 BOX
                            1- S-74D
                            1- S-75DXA
                            2- 12-RC SUITCASES
                            1- 8-VS SUITCASE
                            2- 30 A SPOOLGUNS

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                            • #30
                              Originally posted by jrscgsr View Post
                              he says it was forged aka blacksmithed looks like maybe 1/2" solid round to me with the ends flattened ad the middle either textured or textured and twisted.
                              It is 3/8" solid texture heated and bent to shape. The pivot at the top is riveted. The flats and feet were heated in the forge and hammered to shape. I have done a few candle sticks also.

                              I like spending time at the forge this time of year. July and Aug. not so much.
                              Rick

                              Trying to succeed, Learning by failing
                              HH210 (Merry Christmas to Me)
                              HH 140
                              Hyper Therm Powermax 600
                              Hobart Stickmate AC/DC
                              Forge
                              Victor & Harris Oxy/Act
                              HydMech 225 cold saw
                              several grinders
                              Rigid Chop Saw
                              4x6 band saw
                              Never enough clamps

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