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  • fun4now
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    wheels

    did you make the goat feeder ?how many goats you got ?the wife thiks they would be fun. she cant get enough pets,we got puppies on the way ( bulmaastif's) 10 chickens and 9 cats (all cats outside keeps the field mice away from the house)

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  • Wheels
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    Wow!!!

    Just looked at the pictures I posted. Think I need to clean them up a little also.

    Mike

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  • fun4now
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    8'X12'

    you would think that with only an 8ft by 12ft welding area i could keep it spotless but my shop is all choped up i got a 8x12 welding area (welding screen door) then a 12x20 main shop with all my wood working stuf and offic area (LOL a desk ,file cab. and comp)the main shop also has to house my materials (and heater its cold here in the winter)had to put my welding cart outside just use it to take welder out in the yard anyway as ny welder lives under my welding table.thats 3ft x 5ft and an inch thick lol took 4 people to get it in but you can do anything on it. it takes up most of my welding space but well werth it.i can weld stuff to it and plasma cut on 1"square tubes on top of it so it works out prity good ill have to post ya a cleaned pick.
    well that turned out to be a book.

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  • fun4now
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    spotless

    wheels that there is spotless compared to mine let me see if i cam find the part i cut off the picture for ya . LOL
    i have to admitt it is wers than it has been in a long time but you should get a kick out of my disaster.realy unsafe to have it this way ,and slow to get anything don but i just finished a project and it is clean now.
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  • Wheels
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    Nother one.

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  • Wheels
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    fun4now

    Just want to show you what a messy shop really looks like

    Mike

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  • fun4now
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    beter

    this is a better 1 no messy shop lol
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  • fun4now
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    finished

    well i finished it you have to excuse the mess in my shop but its small and needs cleaned agin.
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  • mlicoasty
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    What about using a dremel tool to clean up the edges? I love mine. I use it on everything.

    Mark

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  • Wheels
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    fun4now
    You are very talented!
    Beautiful work, keep the pictures coming

    Mike

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  • walker
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    I have done plenty of designs of that, or even greater intricacy and have had great luck with a die grinder. I have a ball and cylindrical bit for it as small as 1/8". For your designs I would get a 1/4" and a 1/8" cylindrical die grinder bits. I think the shank size on all mine is 1/4". You can look at them online at the Eastwood web site. I buy mine locally, but I think I have seen them in thier catalogs. For smaller than 1/8" gaps I would use a dremel tool.
    BTW nice work.

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  • Paul Seaman
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    James:
    Very nice keep up the great work.

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  • fun4now
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    stupid computer

    i hate this new computer
    any way i hope it will post the pic this time.
    got a new computer and i hate XP
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  • fun4now
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    this might help

    this might help to show why i cant use the normal stuff to file and sand. here is a pic of 1 of the things im making this being a medeum size (pic of table version in the "need more pic's post" )
    well it gives me somthing to do anyways

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  • fun4now
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    this might help

    this might help to show why i cant use the normal stuff to file and sand. here is a pic of 1 of the things im making this being a medeum size (pic of table version in the "need more pic's post" )
    well it gives me somthing to do anyways

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