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    Random Projects

    Going through some old pictures on the computer today and found a few photos...I always enjoy seeing what others have been working on, so figured I'd post a few of the projects that I have pictures from.

    "Cross Box" for a David Brown tractor restoration - batteries go in each end compartment, toolbox under the seat, and the flat part with the 8 holes is where the seat sits - the holes give some fore-aft adjustment for the seat position.

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    Re: Random Projects

    A few of the aluminum jobs I've worked on for a local fish farm

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    Re: Random Projects

    New set of mounting ears on a ripper tooth - to fit a Case backhoe

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    Re: Random Projects

    Residential Railing Install:

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    Re: Random Projects

    Ditching bucket modified to wedge-style quick coupler:

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    Re: Random Projects

    3 compartment seed and fertilizer bin...pictures are a little out of order:

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    Re: Random Projects

    You are currently my new hero. The boxes for the Case are sweet.
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    Bryan

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    New lift arm mechanism for cultivator - the old ones were bend and the geometry didn't give the cylinders enough power to lift the wings after the rolling baskets had been installed:

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    Re: Random Projects

    Set of troughs and stands for the fish hatchery:

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    Re: Random Projects

    Last one I've got for the moment....little set of hangers to suspend discharge pipe within a large culvert:

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    Re: Random Projects

    Quote Originally Posted by djd775 View Post
    3 compartment seed and fertilizer bin...pictures are a little out of order:

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    djd; nice work. looks factory built. no, better.
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    Re: Random Projects

    Really nice work, looks like factory oem.
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    Re: Random Projects

    WOW!!! AWESOME work, for sure!!!

    How do you cut the mounts for the buckets? I do bucket repairs, but not enough to afford a plasma table. But I like to do the highest quality work I can. Keep the pics comin
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    Re: Random Projects

    Quote Originally Posted by blawless View Post
    You are currently my new hero. The boxes for the Case are sweet.
    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by docwelder View Post
    djd; nice work. looks factory built. no, better.
    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by norite View Post
    Really nice work, looks like factory oem.
    Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stick-man View Post
    WOW!!! AWESOME work, for sure!!!

    How do you cut the mounts for the buckets? I do bucket repairs, but not enough to afford a plasma table. But I like to do the highest quality work I can. Keep the pics comin
    Thanks. I lucked out a couple years ago and found a used PlasmaCAM DHC2 for sale locally. I don't know if I'd have been able to get into a CNC setup if it wasn't for finding the deal that I did. I have a Hypertherm PM85 on it, and I built a mount for a Victor 310 machine torch that I run oxy-propane for squareness of cut in the heavy plate. It's the oxy-propane that I used to cut the bucket mounts.


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    Re: Random Projects

    Some 1-1/2" plate that I was notching today for quick attach mods on a Terex loader. This is about as thick as I can fit on the table before gantry clearance becomes an issue.



    I built a custom grate system with a removable section so I can cut up to 6x10 tubing...saved myself a lot of drilling on different projects by doing that.
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