Any Sources for Taig Lathe Parts?
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by Newbie123
6M ago
Just discovered that Lee Valley hasn't sold their Taig lathe for some time now. Was hoping to get a double steady rest so I could try my hand on some small wood turning on the thing. Anyone know if there are any sources for Taig Lathe parts anywhere? Thanks ..read more
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Custom fabricated headlight guard
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by spudwrench73
11M ago
Made this for a friend's 1985 Honda 200 3 wheeler. Haven't seen one like it yet ..read more
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Custom metal butterfly
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by spudwrench73
11M ago
Got a request for a butterfly, so, my rendition of a butterfly in 20 gauge and railroad spike, I had to redesign the bottom wings and move them all forward. View attachment 362592 ..read more
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Smaller Dragonflies
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by spudwrench73
11M ago
Made with structural TC bolts for the body ..read more
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Drill press not working
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by philhardin.83
2y ago
I was given a big 17" jet drill press model no:jdp 17. Looks like it has been dropped due to the broken handle that controls the height of table and both plastic hoods are loose and not at all closed for use. It shows getting power from the front display but that's it. anyone ..read more
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Spudwrench Dragonflies
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by spudwrench73
2y ago
Had some old spuds in my tool box, and a little time on my hands, and, well, Dragonflies ..read more
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Hand forged C- clamps
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by spudwrench73
2y ago
These are some C-clamps I made a couple of years ago, forged them in my little forge. Seeing as how rebar's molecular structure is altered when heated, I don't really use them, except for the biggest one, it's pretty stout ..read more
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Replacing a rusted out bottom in a smoker/grill
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by spudwrench73
2y ago
Cut out and replaced complete bottom, incorporated a clean out door and pitched the bottom to one corner for a drip pipe ..read more
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74 TX650 build
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by toglhot
2y ago
I bought this 74 TX650 a few years ago as a long term project, just something to keep me occupied and keep me moving. I have chronic, untreatable RA so my body hasn't fared too well so far: fused fingers, toe joint replacement surgery, hip replacement surgery, ulna nerve transposition and so on, so everything takes a long time to do. The bike was a wreck when I bought it badly oxidised, pitted and rusted, missing parts, crankcase wrecked by an errant chain, no compression to speak of. Coming... 74 TX650 build ..read more
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Metal for body (person) frame
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by Ironstu
2y ago
Well, I bet this is a first! I've been tasked with creating a metal frame for wearing on a body. The best illustration I can make is similar to an exoskeleton. I'm pondering on the metal to use as there are a few requirements from the client. Firstly the metal has to withstand high impact, there is the call for various physical effects to take place including hitting the frame multiple times and thus it shouldn't bend or crack or snap. Secondly it needs to be economic on the weight. It's... Metal for body (person) frame ..read more
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