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Thread: Easter Bunny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim-TX View Post
    Bert, I got the eggs at Hobby Lobby. I used a hole saw and added a 7 watt C-7 light to each one.
    Eggs ... hummmm ...
    Got his (her) fur this morning...
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    Last edited by JimYoung; 03-05-2008 at 06:41 AM. Reason: ops... he's don't lay eggs... :)

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    Those are all really neat. If I ever get caught back up on all my big projects, I plan on doing some small stuff like that. Just out of curiosity, what machines do ya'll use on that kind of stuff? Would I need a TIG, or could I get by with a small Millermatic (140 or 180) or my Grandpa's SP-135. Again really neat projects and hope to see more.
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    The rabbit I made is out of 3/8 round bar. Just about anything will work as far as welding machines go. I used a MM210 on it, but a small mig, stick, or tig would work if that's what you have.
    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim-TX View Post
    The rabbit I made is out of 3/8 round bar. Just about anything will work as far as welding machines go. I used a MM210 on it, but a small mig, stick, or tig would work if that's what you have.
    Thanks, I have a Thunderbolt AC/DC that I use every day, as well as Grandpa's SP-135. I also have access to 2 MM185s and a MM210 at the school.
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    HAPPY EASTER ..
    I have a MillerMatic 90.... kinda slow, but it works..
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    Nice Job, you do great work. Thanks for sharing the pics.
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    Jimyo,
    ................fantastic!!!!!!!!!!...........
    I'm not late...
    I'm just on Hawaiian Time

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    They all look great! Yeah I `d like to build some little projects likethat when I get some of these big ones done like the 7 ft. tall 3 x 5 ft . base locker for a ff done and get my portabel coal forge , and propane forge done LOL ( yes I got a lot of projects . ) The locker is almost done though.

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    Jimmy Young, GREAT job on the Easter Bunny. Do you make decorations for Christmas too?
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    Cool man
    But I go bunny huntin' on easter they're easier to hit carrying that basket of brightly colored eggs
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