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    Greetings...it is I, Steelballs.

    Really outstanding, thanks for posting. Reminds me of Waco Johnny O's shop.

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    John Saunders did a video tour of my shop for those that are interested.

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    Congrats Adam. Been watching you on the gram for a while.

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    Adam,

    I love your shop and how it is so clean and organized. The surface finishes that Mori leaves is unreal. I just checked my tool holder balancers and too bad I dont have a adapter for HSK32 or I would offer to balance any holders to 40K. Anyway please share your IG handle so some of us here can follow you. Good luck with everything!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmari --MariTool- View Post
    Adam,

    I love your shop and how it is so clean and organized. The surface finishes that Mori leaves is unreal. I just checked my tool holder balancers and too bad I dont have a adapter for HSK32 or I would offer to balance any holders to 40K. Anyway please share your IG handle so some of us here can follow you. Good luck with everything!!
    Adam Demuth (@adam_the_machinist) • Instagram photos and videos

    Thanks, I'm a big fan of your operation and I would love to have my own product line one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmari --MariTool- View Post
    Adam,

    I love your shop and how it is so clean and organized. The surface finishes that Mori leaves is unreal. I just checked my tool holder balancers and too bad I dont have a adapter for HSK32 or I would offer to balance any holders to 40K. Anyway please share your IG handle so some of us here can follow you. Good luck with everything!!
    This is what is best about working within a community, people willing to help people. Knowledge, skills or services. Thanks for posting Frank, you have always been helpful when I have called with questions. I wish you continued success and still happy to buy from you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam_Demuth View Post
    John Saunders did a video tour of my shop for those that are interested.

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    That was a good short video and thanks for being so open. I purchased a tool a few years ago that was mounted to on of those small HSK holders. I had no need for the holder and there was no interest for it on ebay so I scrapped it. I said I will never know anyone who would need it. Oh well that is what always happens you never find a use for it till you throw it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CBlair View Post
    This is what is best about working within a community, people willing to help people. Knowledge, skills or services. Thanks for posting Frank, you have always been helpful when I have called with questions. I wish you continued success and still happy to buy from you.
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    Frank, Tom, and the gang are literally part of the top of my go-to list. Not just for tool holders, either. They are part of a group of vendors and customers that I truly enjoy dealing with. Top of the game. Period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam_Demuth View Post
    John Saunders did a video tour of my shop for those that are interested.

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    I very much enjoyed the video Adam. Thanks for sharing.
    I have also been following you in IG for a while.
    Very interesting stuff, compared to the mundane aluminum production I stare at in my shop daily.

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    I really wish I had painted the walls of my garage when I first put up insulation and OSB. Your shop looks great, thanks for sharing.

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    Glad to see you on PM Adam, a friend pointed out your IG to me. Your about 30 min SE of me, if you ever need anything.

    My shop is nowhere near as clean, neat, organized, and my machinery are nowhere near as nice, clean, neat or organized

    If you ever need anything, let me know. My career started out in Tool & Die in stamping, at first doing zero clearance carbide dies and then moving to automotive doing high volume production. Over the last 3 years I have been moving away from that towards building my own products. You have a hell of a good start!

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    I like the idea of the tool setter with the multi meter on continuity. First time I see that.


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