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    I'm betting within the next day or so Robert will reveal this is just a social engineering experiment, and we've all been test subjects. In the meantime, the stream of unconsciousness will continue.

    But why does the stream have a golden hue??

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertnz View Post
    Trump has shown himself to be a war mongering ape just like all the other US presidents. And America never wins any wars, just lets the poor folk provide their children as canon fodder. But don't worry you poor folk the American Dream will be yours.
    This is an interesting set of observations albeit much too condensed. Could we get a line item explanation on each presented topic, bonus points if you include credible citations.

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    Still you can't blame Trump for that mill.

    Unless you bought it from him..or he told you to buy it..or he loaned you the money for it, or he gave it to you, or he is the one who broke it, or he has the needed part and won't give or sell it to you, or your running it messes up his TV, Or he called the cops because you run it late at night, or you are throwing used coolant into his yard and it stinks so he is going to punch you in the nose, or he is selling parts lower than you can and putting you out of business, or you fear he might tariff your stuff.

    Q: Hey Kid.. would you like a free machine?
    A: I hate you, Go away, Your bad,.... what?

    Still it is a nice machine for drilling/tapping and perhaps some milling..
    Seems to have a big motor.
    Sorry you are getting picked on...You had reason for asking with needing parts.

    *That information card on the side of the spindle head should have some kind of name on it...perhaps photo it .
    Soyboy? new word to me.
    Last edited by michiganbuck; 06-21-2019 at 06:33 PM.

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    OP is he most rude, obnoxious, hateful and obscene poster I have encountered. That kind of abusive language has no place on this forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertnz View Post
    fuck off next goof trying to delete account outta here cause its one of those pissing contest negative site.. go suck adick
    This whole thread is too funny. Wondering if you just finished a Dale Carnegie course? Do you think you'll be missed?

    The mill reminds of the Dore Westbury, British model engineer mill (I don't think it is, but reminds me of it). Two round columns because one isn't crappy enough. Sure they're a joke compared to a real mill, but lots of talent patient folks have made brilliant things with them

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    You might post a photo of the tag/plated on the side of the spindle head . it seems to have some words on it.


    Actually, I think it a decent machine. I could have put on a tracer arm and used it for inletting gun stocks back in the 60s when I was customizing Mauser 98s. Yes I would have needed the fine down feed for that work.

    Small foot print mill that may be very good for wood work.

    I saw a mill some what like that years ago but cant now even remember where I saw it.

    I was running an old buffalo bench drill press this morning..likely a 50s or 60s machine. Wow very nice heavy duty machine.

    Three canukistan copecks are said to be half a hern ..and it takes over six herns to make a knickle in moon money, but mostly nobody is on the moon lately so kniclels are mostly worthless.

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    Honest opinions are what you get here.
    They may not be what you want to hear.
    With an attitude you get a kick in the rear.
    A tough guy wont get you anything here.

    Hopefully your able to delete your account.
    Soak your [email protected] index finger in lotion to soften it some.



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    Trump has shown himself to be a war mongering ape just like all the other US presidents. And America never wins any wars, just lets the poor folk provide their children as canon fodder. But don't worry you poor folk the American Dream will be yours.

    I believe in my country. Its not perfect. Your trying to pick the fight.
    hypocrite

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    Hi:
    I do not want to interrupt a fine pissing match but it looks like the King Midas brand mill my dad bought 35 years ago. Made in Taiwan I believe -maybe China.

    EDIT: Ta Fu Yuan Machinery Industries Co. LTD.

    On with the PISSING Match.
    Regards,
    George

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    Where or what is Aruba?

    The OP has some rather unusual interests and occupation. Don't think I have seem ones like that before.

    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDegenhart View Post
    Where or what is Aruba?

    The OP has some rather unusual interests and occupation. Don't think I have seem ones like that before.

    Tom
    I don't think he's coming back

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    That is a King mill made somewhere in asia. I had one for years and it was ok for playing around but couldn't do any real milling. It was sold by Busy Bee Tools in Vancouver BC about 30 years ago. I believe part availability is nonexistent. When I sold mine 2 years ago I got 500 CAD.

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    Hi:
    Yes my dad bought his "King Midas" from Busy Bee. Thank you for the reminder.
    George


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