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    Dug these 50' roof trusses out of the pasture...

    Dug these 50' roof trusses out of the pasture since it was semi dry.

    Maybe do what I keep threatening to do and start another building in the spring

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    Yesterday was a long day. While I wasn't...

    Yesterday was a long day. While I wasn't overloaded, I drove slow and ended up spending all day in the truck.

    On the way back I picked up some abandoned rail road ties. I like to chainsaw them...
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    Another one headed out. Hate to see it go, but...

    Another one headed out. Hate to see it go, but need space.


    Im delivering this lathe to the guy that bought it. Left work early, jacked it up, put it on skates, used the winch on the truck to...
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    I dont like working on small forklifts, or doing...

    I dont like working on small forklifts, or doing electrical work.

    But was doing that yesterday after getting out of work early.

    Wiring issue burned out key switch and coil on this forklift. ...
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    The 2MH went to a new home today Nice little...

    The 2MH went to a new home today

    Nice little mill, but need the space
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    Got some concrete blocks from work. These are...

    Got some concrete blocks from work. These are from when they install new machines, ect

    Set 4 of them out to set the container on.

    Also found a broken shaft on 1175, so gotta order a new one...
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    As mentioned above, the male bearing (the one on...

    As mentioned above, the male bearing (the one on the back of the chuck) will be scraped to match the female bearing (the one that's been ground)

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    Tool post ground bearing face. Came out pretty...

    Tool post ground bearing face. Came out pretty decent.

    Hopefully runs true to machine centerline now

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    After lots of mill reporting. Skimmed the making...

    After lots of mill reporting. Skimmed the making face on the chuck, was running out .007 in places

    Aligned to mating face and register fit on female bearing. Conical face was only running out...
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    Annoyingly unproductive weekend. Tried to...

    Annoyingly unproductive weekend. Tried to assemble 1175, but a part isn't right. So gotta order more stuff.

    But got the #2 dug out the back of the shop. Hopefully loading it on a trailer soon. ...
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    Level out split line, sweep seal bore for center,...

    Level out split line, sweep seal bore for center, put mill in neutral to rotate spindle, pick up location by sweeping bolt in, shift mill into low gear so spindle dosent turn, turn on air and remove...
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    I cant claim full credit to it, the tool was made...

    I cant claim full credit to it, the tool was made years and years ago. I just remembered we had it and it would get these bolts out

    Its used mostly for drilling on a lathe.

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    Its a Narex Sent from my SM-G965U using...

    Its a Narex

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    HBM set up to get out nozzle bolts

    Thought some of yall might like to see this.

    Not rigid, not fast, but it works

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    No idea, we have a few of them. We put alot of...

    No idea, we have a few of them. We put alot of hrs on that machine.

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    Some times it's weeks as well. We do disc weld...

    Some times it's weeks as well. We do disc weld repairs where disc on a rotor are cut off, then welded back and re machined. Also we make brand new small integral rotors.

    Those are 1000s of...
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    I want to get another one, I have a 20' I have a...

    I want to get another one, I have a 20' I have a 20' long car port that I want to set on top of two containers to part my big forklift and a truck under.

    But yes I am out of space. Project that I...
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    Since it was dry, unloaded the container and...

    Since it was dry, unloaded the container and moved a little skid building i think im going to try and sell

    Next gonna make some little piers for the container to sit on, I just wanted to get it...
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    Got a container moved this week. Gonna start...

    Got a container moved this week.

    Gonna start to move some stuff out of the shop soon.

    I wanted a 40', but I saved 600 being able to move this 20' myself. Bought it from a bunch of gobbers, but...
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    https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/87265431.pdf ...

    https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/87265431.pdf

    Not the best definition, but does mention crush pins, and goes over a general turbine overhaul

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    Common term with rotating equipment. A true...

    Common term with rotating equipment.

    A true crush pin is a typically brass threaded bolt thats drilled into a turbine or compressor diaphragm radial fit.

    Let's you re-center your parts to...
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    So the 100" king i said was done is very much not...

    So the 100" king i said was done is very much not done. Started galling the bearing as it was running.

    Made a plug so I could sweep the contact face to the centerline of the machine and looks...
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    Bumping this thread for myself more than anything.


    Today is 5 years after Dads passing.


    Interesting to see whats happened in 5 years, I finished engineering school. That wasn't fun. My...
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    Reorganized the hose making stuff. Tired of...

    Reorganized the hose making stuff. Tired of having the fittings, hose, jacketing, cutter and press in 5 different places.

    430 is getting all new hoses, but im short a few (as usual) so gotta...
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    I have one. I was cutting 4" to 6" trees and...

    I have one. I was cutting 4" to 6" trees and them mulching them up.

    I want a 20' batwing for my 1175. Hopefully finish rebuilding the PTO clutch this weekend on it

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