Benson Eng shop photos,Klamath Ca.
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    Don suggested we post these pictures @ http://photos.msn.com/viewing/album....Cqb!B4YJ7xWA$$ so the group can take a look. Click on link to view photos. Our business is now mostly marine related so you can see a few things hanging around the shop which look like they belong on a boat. One of the things we do is build special parts and engines for some of the boat racers around the country which is where the machine tools come in pretty handy.Unfortunatly most of that activity is done on the weekend and evenings because during normal days we try to keep the public satisfied.(not easy) when I retire (soon) I plan to Clank the big door down and go back and make some serious chips. regards to all sasbenson



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    The link didn't work for me. It looks like you left something off the address and have something extra at the end.
    Les

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    not sure what we did wrong. we will try and figure it out and give it another shot.sorry for the mistake.

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    try http://photos.msn.com/viewing/album....Cqb!B4YJ7xWA$$

    I know it's a cryptic horrific URL, but you should be able to view the pics here.

    -- Ron

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    Thank you for the tour. Very nice shop.
    Les

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    Thanks Ron, Bailed the old man out of another tight one eh. the album deal is pretty slick. BTW folks, Ron is a systems engineer at intel's "skunk works" in DuPont Wa, He also rides my dirt bike up all the steep hills I can't make any more. Gota love these Kids.
    Sasbenson

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    Thanks for the look. You sure have a nice shop.

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    I sure liked Sophia. Would like to get my own, Wonder what I should name her? Thanks for the shop tour.

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    Fantastic shop, thanks for the photos.

    Regards,
    Ed

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    Yes I agree wonderful well designed workshop it's a joy to be able to see and learn from others thanks for letting us have a look Alistair

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    Thanks for the shop tour. Very nicely set up. What is the make of the green lathe by the mill drill?

    Markus

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    Markusfu, sorry for not answering sooner.
    the little green lathe is a 12/36 belt drive Jet.


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