Outback Machine Shop, Genoa, Illinois
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    To see our shop visit my web page
    http://www.outbackmachineshop.com/

    What we want to do:

    We are looking for machine work of any kind within the limits of our machines. Work could include repair parts, tools, assemblies, electrical work and CAD. I can automate short run production jobs to run in my shop or yours, even special jobs. With our low overhead we can save you money. As of 1/1/06 the shop rate is $40/hour for all types of work.

    Workmanship and Experience:

    In our business, workmanship is expected without asking and without added expense. I have 30 years experience in Tool & Die and Special Machine construction. I have Served an Apprenticeship through the U S Department of Labor. In addition, I earned an AAS Degree in drafting and a Certificate in Industrial Electricity from Kishwaukee College, Malta, Illinois.

    Our Equipment:

    We have a Brigeport Series I CNC, a new Bridgeport type-milling machine with 9 X 42 table and digital read out. Our lathe is a tool room type used primarily for one of a kind type work. The lathe is a 13 x 40 bed with digital readout. We also have a 6 X 12 Harig surface grinder that also has a cylindrical grinding attachment, Sine plate, and J & S radius dresser. Small heat treat furnace.

    Call us at
    (815) 784-5346
    (815) 761-2672 cell

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    In addition to my original post I also design and build automated systems and machines. I have 10 years experience programming Allen-Bradley PLC
    SLC500, SLC503, Micrologix 1000, Micrologix 1200 programmable controllers. I use RSLogix software.

    In addition, I just started using a
    PCL601 contoller made by Anaheim Automation. The PCL601, is a PLC with input outputs and pulse generator for running stepper and servo motors.

    I also have experience with several kinds of proximity sensors made my Turck, Banner, Keyence,
    Allen-Bradley, and Cuttler-Hammer.


    Here is a link to view some of my automated projects.
    http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v3...on%20Projects/

    Web page; www.outbackmachineshop.com

    Jim Glass
    Genoa Illinois

    [ 01-22-2007, 07:14 AM: Message edited by: JimGlass ]


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