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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 02-13-2013, 01:22 PM Thread Starter
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just moved to tenn. and had to build a new place for the toys. i had a 32 by 48 shop in mich. and down sized to a 24 by 36. had to get rid of a few of the things that i didnt use and that was a bummer. but all is well and getting it all together. hope the pics come out ok.
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Default now the shop in tenn

had to do two posts. too many pics
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What a great shop, thanks for the pictures.
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Great setup, Tom.

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down sized to a 24 by 36
....on my Christmas list, mine is 10x10.....LOL

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Talking few things i make

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Nice shop and work Tom! Most of your tools looked to be for metal work and for a minute I thought the only wood in your shop was for the wood stove! The CNC work looks great! What is the clear finish you use? And how was it applied with number of coats?

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Very nice...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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How much did the CNC router cost I am thinking about buying one ?
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Hey Tom, I am a woodworking hobbyist at night, but by day I repair manual metal cutting machines to pay the bills. I've just rebuilt 2 Bridgeport heads, variable speed heads (as yours is of the step pulley versions) for a customer just a couple of weeks ago. Is that a South Bend lathe? Kinda looks like a SB, but then some of the apron handles don't look like a SB. Don't see to many of those old American made machines anymore.
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Good move! I have some friends that moved from the Detroit area. Welcome to TN. Obviously, we don't get all the snow you got in MI. What part of TN?

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