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    Quote Originally Posted by gear cutter View Post
    Attachment 262029 I made a gear.
    Hard to tell the scale, is that on a lift? Looks big


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    Machining some 316 Stainless Steel castings. Nice looking rings and a cool flange. Machined on my 1983 Okuma LB-15 with OSP-5000L CNC. flange-1.jpg rings-2.jpg rings-1.jpg

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    Really cool stuff. Thanks for the pictures.

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    And a little finger reduction while I'm at it.

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    Hey... Your name is wrong... You're like 9.5Finger

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    Quote Originally Posted by JP Machining View Post
    Testing a prototype lantern I made on one of the rocket stoves I make for a customer.
    Attachment 261759
    Jeff P on Instagram: “Product testing is fun... #instafabricator #rocketstove #lantern”
    I like this.
    A lot!

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    Come on, we are machinists....it’s 9.5001finger


    Quote Originally Posted by TeachMePlease View Post
    Hey... Your name is wrong... You're like 9.5Finger

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9finger View Post






    And a little finger reduction while I'm at it.
    Nice! I have a couple form 1 builds I need to get rolling on!

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    Having a go at some unobtainium classic car hinges for the lulz. Have enjoyed working out the tooling so far, next up make the jig for the bottom hinges.

    Jig for the top hinge
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    Trial run for general process, rough as assholes just like the original .
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    Grippers
    20171214_230650.jpg

    Visual structural components (316L)
    20180305_230156.jpg

    Intake and fuel rails
    20181122_003938.jpg

    Valve covers
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    Thats a bit of what I "can" show for now.

    Mcgyver, I should come see your fab shop some time, I often have the opportunity for larger fab work, and I dont really trust many of the local shops...

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    macds, is a "visual structural component" something like architectural trim? Fancy modular frame?

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    Those were the glass mullions for 3wtc in NY.
    2 Februarys ago I worked 270 hours in the month, on top of my day job to get approx 250 of them done.


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