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#401 chunkypeanutbutter

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Posted 16 December 2014 - 04:41 AM

You should make a tabletop box-and-pan brake... Really useful for in the shop.

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Posted 16 December 2014 - 07:32 AM

yes would be cool .. but i have to think good now , not a whole lot of space left



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Posted 16 December 2014 - 09:09 AM

thicker gassline on top ...and below i roleld a copper pipe out of real copper sheet ..
 
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Posted 17 December 2014 - 08:46 AM

weathered the pipes 
 
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finished the piping under the heater and made the last brackets 
 
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when i drilled the holes for the brackets i busted the handles of the press drill ,, good .. because now i made a new version that is way more realistic , will need a bit of paint still but >>.
 
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#405 gasser59

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Posted 17 December 2014 - 10:32 AM

Those looks so much better with a bit of weathering on them. Keep it going Richard.



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Posted Yesterday, 05:26 AM

thnx brad



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Posted Yesterday, 09:26 AM

well guys the hardest part for me was to get some signs on the wall and make it fit the atmosphere and not look to much like i glued on some random posters ..
 
i tried , printed and .... so many signs posters , shoplogos .. everything i then held against the wall was like nooo not nice ..
 
but tonight i printed this awsome old chassis poster and i liked it above the benchcabinet ... then soon i got the idea to put loose signs on top of the cabinet and i loved that .. creates depth and just looks cool ...
 
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the chassis poster is just paper with clear tape layer and the small signs on the benchcabinet are glued on copperplate 


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Posted Yesterday, 10:08 AM

Those signs do look great. Nice touch. What's next?



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Posted Yesterday, 12:28 PM

Heres a suggestion. Maybe you could put some cast off from the lathe caused by lube or coolant. Either that or make a splash guard to protect the wall. Perhaps same with the drill press.