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  1. #11
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    Good job,and well detailed.
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    Don't you just love those aluminum jigs!!!

    At the machine shop I use to work at I was tasked with building fixture bases and new machine bases from time to time. Well with no large flat surface to weld on other then the floor. Those jigs saved the day. I could weld up a table 5x10 and it would be within a 1/16" of being square and plumb. They are worth the price
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    Default source of clamps

    do you have a website for those corner clamps? I've tried googleing it and can't find them.
    Welders do it hotter!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clavacle View Post
    do you have a website for those corner clamps? I've tried googleing it and can't find them.
    I guess they haven't come into the computer age.

    I got mine at my LWS Sim's Welding Supply: http://www.simswelding.com/

    They are Walker Industries LF-2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bert View Post
    Hope that 1/8" play won't make it too sloppy, that it could cause something to bend or warp.

    You might need to get larger pneumatic tires, those small ones on that grass/dirt can be a killer!!!!!!!!
    If I am clamping to the I-beam, I plan to clamp the I-beam to the table.

    Sooner than later I am hoping to have a concrete pad to work on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tasslehawf View Post
    I guess they haven't come into the computer age.

    I got mine at my LWS Sim's Welding Supply: http://www.simswelding.com/

    They are Walker Industries LF-2
    Couldn't find it on that website/link either!
    I'm not late...
    I'm just on Hawaiian Time

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    Thats one nice table!
    Last edited by JHCHOPPERS; 04-08-2008 at 01:55 PM. Reason: Trying to smile more

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    Very nice setup and I am on the hunt for the LF-2's

    and why is it all the Harley riders never smile in there pics?
    I call it the Harley face

    Always enjoy riding my bike, which equals

    Ah well, maybe it is all the noise and wrenchin'?
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    QUOTE:MilwaukeeMike
    and why is it all the Harley riders never smile in there pics?
    I call it the Harley face
    Always enjoy riding my bike, which equals

    Maybe... JH CHOPPERS IS JUST ONE "BAD, SON OF A B!TCH"

    (or, he's always fixing his Harley, vs the "maintenance free Honda"
    Oops!!! Not looking for a FIGHT now!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I'm not late...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MilwaukeeMike View Post
    Very nice setup and I am on the hunt for the LF-2's

    and why is it all the Harley riders never smile in there pics?
    I call it the Harley face

    Always enjoy riding my bike, which equals

    Ah well, maybe it is all the noise and wrenchin'?
    I was thinking: for you guys who are looking for the LF-2s ( I KNEW there would be people interested in them once they saw them. ) - that you could call Sims and maybe order some from them or find out where they get theirs from.
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