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    Not a lot to update other than I finally pulled...

    Not a lot to update other than I finally pulled the plug on the local foundry I was trying to work with. After 15 months they just didn't seem to care about the job, yet wouldn't actually cancel it...
  2. OH MY GOSH, PLEASE LET IT GO! :bawling::crazy:

    OH MY GOSH, PLEASE LET IT GO!

    :bawling::crazy:
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    Cool! An old Whiton gear cutter is on my list...

    Cool!

    An old Whiton gear cutter is on my list of machines to find someday. I've reason to believe we had one in the shop a long time ago but it was likely run into the ground and scrapped.
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    My dad welded some 5" neoprene wheels under our...

    My dad welded some 5" neoprene wheels under our old engine hoist and it indeed moved around much better. We have since sold it in favor of a newer one we have that folds up and I've considered doing...
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    Still available

    Still available
  6. IF (big if) we ever move again, I think we'll...

    IF (big if) we ever move again, I think we'll employ cargo containers. When we did our last move, we had four containers but they were in a downtown location that wasn't easy to use a crane, and it...
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    Given it's size, I think it's worth a shot at...

    Given it's size, I think it's worth a shot at saving.

    I think the above chemical rust removal methods are on the right track. Glass bead media blasting followed by polishing with a wire wheel...
  8. The first one looks like a quick-change system....

    The first one looks like a quick-change system. Any numbers written on it?

    The one with the 3 holes is a taper tool holder adapter. The holes were probably added later for a custom tool/job. Clean...
  9. There are a number of other applications for...

    There are a number of other applications for straight edges that aren't as demanding as the high accuracy printing done in machine tool rebuilding, mainly inspection process's and machinery set-up...
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    Forgot to update: The tractor is running! ...

    Forgot to update: The tractor is running!

    https://youtu.be/Kk2WNkL5yOo

    After the video was taken, I got the front tires back together, switched to a horizontal propane tank mount, and raised...
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    In the video are they running a cable directly...

    In the video are they running a cable directly from the winch to the stump, or is there a block and tackle out of sight (kinda see a few cables early in the video)?

    I'm doing a project like this...
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    Given the customer doesn't understand why the...

    Given the customer doesn't understand why the part dimensions and material don't jive, they either don't need it to be aluminum, or it doesn't really need to be that exact. Do you know how it will be...
  13. The way I see it, machined parts will always have...

    The way I see it, machined parts will always have a tolerance that is based off of the parts function. If it's a little too big or a little too small, it'll "work" as long as it's in tolerance and...
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    My 1909 Hendey 16x8 also has a Maxwell Manning...

    My 1909 Hendey 16x8 also has a Maxwell Manning and Moore tag in the same location. AFAIK they were a dealer.
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    It's used for knocking the collet adapter out of...

    It's used for knocking the collet adapter out of the spindle, by sliding the large end into the left side of the spindle.
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    Is anyone aware of a welding machine or welding...

    Is anyone aware of a welding machine or welding supply company that uses/used an outline of Ohio as their identifier?
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    Agree'd. It just appears from my searches that...

    Agree'd. It just appears from my searches that all the other brands are the same or similar design to our Miller. They all appear to use smaller aprox. 1/4" diameter tips with a male thread on the...
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    Our unit's a Miller S-22A, and they don't match...

    Our unit's a Miller S-22A, and they don't match anything on either end of the wire on it. Everything I google for other makes looks like it's the same design.
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    Help ID Wire Feed MIG (?) Gun Tips

    I have a bag of these that were rolling around the bottom of our welding tool box. They all look new and I THINK they are MIG welder gun tips, but they don't match anything I've ever seen and I can't...
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    While there are lots of factors to consider and...

    While there are lots of factors to consider and ways to define "prized," my vote is for Hendey. While no longer OEM supported, there are quite a few out there and there's a very loyal following for...
  21. Being a little OCD myself, I could understand...

    Being a little OCD myself, I could understand wanting to fill a hole with OEM replacements, but I have limits. eBay's been my friend in endeavors like this. If the set is sentimental, you could...
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    We have a lot of freight and parcels going in and...

    We have a lot of freight and parcels going in and out of our doors (for a company of our size), and though there's always a chance for a mishap, I've noticed a lot more coming out of Brown in recent...
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    The brazing job looks pretty good IMO, so long as...

    The brazing job looks pretty good IMO, so long as all the pieces went squarely back together. I think Tig'ing it with a nickle rod or replacing it as you did would be the only other options.
  24. Hope someone gets it, that's a very good deal...

    Hope someone gets it, that's a very good deal IMO. I bought a 1909 16x8 gear head Hendey with a lot more wear for about the same price.

    I need to re-pour my half nuts as well and am making a...
  25. If it's a custom job that we can't sell, or we...

    If it's a custom job that we can't sell, or we know it's not going to be a repeat job, depending on the part we'll either give the customer the option to buy the extra parts (typically full price),...
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