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  1. #1
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    Default Estantería Cantilever

    Esta estantería la diseñé para poner las piezas de madera o de lámina cuando estoy haciendo un proyecto, luego de haber cortado todo el material, para que no esté en desorden y encontrar las piezas fácilmente
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  3. #3
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    General translation using MS Word.

    "This bookcase I designed it to put the lamina or wood pieces when I am making a project, after to have cut all the material, so that it is not in disorder and finding the pieces easily".

    Looks great for what it intended.

  4. #4
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    Cool

    Thanks Sandy...Bob
    Bob Wright, Grandson of Tee Nee Boat Trailer Founder
    Metal Master Fab Salem, Oh 44460
    Birthplace of the Silver & Deming Drill
    1999 MM185 w/185 Spoolgun,1986 Thunderbolt AC/DC
    Spool Gun conversion. How To Do It. Below.
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  5. #5
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    I believe that Miller is American and so are we! Shouldn't the post be in English?
    Millermatic 210
    Syncrowave 200
    Spectrum 625 X-treme
    Hobart Champion 16 W/
    Miller 8VS Suitcase
    Miller 3035 Spool Gun
    Tons of Tools
    Microwave
    Laptop and Printer
    Speakers in the Back for all to hear Sirius Radio!

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    I am sure there are plenty of parts in the Miller machines that say "hecho en Mexico". Also plenty of good fabrication comes from Mexico. Just because you don't speak the same language is no reason for discrimination. His project looks sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lanceman73 View Post
    I believe that Miller is American and so are we! Shouldn't the post be in English?
    Partially correct....Miller is sold all over the globe...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lanceman73 View Post
    I believe that Miller is American and so are we! Shouldn't the post be in English?
    ARE WE ?????

    Sunrise Outside My Shop In Delhi, Ontario

    - Arcair- K 4000 CAC.

    - LN-25 Wire Feeder

    - Lincoln Ranger 8- Engine Drive- CC\CV:



    - Lincoln Power Mig 180C
    - Spoolgun.
    - DeWalt Chop Saw .
    - DeWalt Compressor - 13cfm, @ 100 psi.

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    Thumbs up muy bien

    Solopripro- Su proyecto es muy bien

    (permiso - mi espanol es muy poquito)

  10. #10
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    Default General reply to some bad manners

    I live in the San Diego area, have plenty of "Mexican" friends and co-workers who have about the same goals I do, they work to provide for themselves and family. They worry about border violence and drug crimes just like I do. I might also point out the gentlemen who shared his project with us is from Guatemala not Mexico and last I heard they were a part of the Americas also.

    Miller is more of a international company started in the United States with head quarters here but with manufacturing and sales of their equipment world wide. The last Miller manual I saw was multi-language (even if it was French). That would hint that any language is welcome here as the products are used where English isn't used.

    Lighten up, the man is trying to share something we have in common.

    Let's see more....
    Frank
    (aka Fred)
    MM200 (antique and still cook'n)
    Lincoln 160 buzzzzzz box - left to live with a nice youngster
    Dynasty 300DX
    Spectrum 625
    Chevalier Knee Mill - Bridgeport clone you idiot.
    Homebuilt tube bender - with home made dies no less
    Delta Drill Press & Grinder collection

    Needed - a bigger shop to use the stuff

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