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    Looking for a Pattern torch setup willing to travel a little

    Victor or heath brand is what I have seen. I知 looking for either a pattern or pantograph torch setup. Irish used to have a sharp little write up in how to build one. If some has that I値l take it too. Thanks

    Joe

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    Re: Looking for a Pattern torch setup willing to travel a little

    I have owned both
    They came with magic rotors
    I this 1/4" & 1/2"
    The 1/2" work the best.
    As get older you have recharge the magic.
    The magic rotors like 3/8 or 1/2" plate patterns.
    I found for one off part I used plywood, paper clip and rubber bands.
    1) Plywood for the pattern
    2) paper clip and magic rotor,
    3) rubber band an paper
    4) pull and rubber band to keep the rotor, to the wood pattern.

    If you in Clovis California I could just stop by.
    It is very simple I think book just made bad.

    Dave

    Quote Originally Posted by Joegreen02 View Post
    Victor or heath brand is what I have seen. I知 looking for either a pattern or pantograph torch setup. Irish used to have a sharp little write up in how to build one. If some has that I値l take it too. Thanks

    Joe

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    Re: Looking for a Pattern torch setup willing to travel a little

    I知 in south Texas. Close to Corpus Christi actually.


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    Re: Looking for a Pattern torch setup willing to travel a little

    Quote Originally Posted by Joegreen02 View Post
    Victor or heath brand is what I have seen. I’m looking for either a pattern or pantograph torch setup. Irish used to have a sharp little write up in how to build one. If some has that I’ll take it too. Thanks

    Joe
    I have one that works fine and also has a setup to use a plasma torch . PM me for more info and I can send you pics if you give me a cell number or an email address. I retired last year and hove no need for it anymore. The only bad part is I am in Wisconsin. I might be traveling to the RGV in January or february . Key word is Might. I have 3 or 4 different diameter tracing tips for it and it has a cutting table that clamps to the vertical column. It could use new axy/fuel lines but they do not leak the way they are.
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    Re: Looking for a Pattern torch setup willing to travel a little

    Quote Originally Posted by thegary View Post
    I have one that works fine and also has a setup to use a plasma torch . PM me for more info and I can send you pics if you give me a cell number or an email address. I retired last year and hove no need for it anymore. The only bad part is I am in Wisconsin. I might be traveling to the RGV in January or february . Key word is Might. I have 3 or 4 different diameter tracing tips for it and it has a cutting table that clamps to the vertical column. It could use new axy/fuel lines but they do not leak the way they are.
    I would definitely be interested in checking it out. That痴 a jog up there lol. My number is (956) 551-1952 if you want to shoot some pics.


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    Re: Looking for a Pattern torch setup willing to travel a little

    Quote Originally Posted by Joegreen02 View Post
    I would definitely be interested in checking it out. That’s a jog up there lol. My number is (956) 551-1952 if you want to shoot some pics.


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    I will take some pics tomorrow. It would be cheeper to ship it than for you to come up and get it. I have heard that speedy delivery charges by the pallet rather than weight. I would guess it could be shipped by speedy if I took it apart and put it on a pallet pretty reasonably
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    Re: Looking for a Pattern torch setup willing to travel a little

    That would be ideal. I知 not familiar with shipping via freight. I値l make some calls tomorrow as well.


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    Re: Looking for a Pattern torch setup willing to travel a little

    I am only 1,400 miles away.
    Just everyone here is at less a days drive from where at.
    The good news most information we do via posts.

    One biggest thing is everything needs to be leave with that torch.
    Start first time on horses that was ok
    Then I built a table that had concrete footings in the ground that could leave from time to time. That work great
    How big is yours?

    Dave

    Quote Originally Posted by Joegreen02 View Post
    I知 in south Texas. Close to Corpus Christi actually.


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    Re: Looking for a Pattern torch setup willing to travel a little

    Dangit Joe, your timing sucks. I just gave away an Airco Camograph #42 with the table just a couple weeks ago and I'm a lot closer to you.

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    Re: Looking for a Pattern torch setup willing to travel a little

    Dammit bob. Next time wait a little longer lol. Yeah we are having a hell of a finding a reasonable shipper. I致e almost got the wide convinced we should just clear the flat bed off and take a trip up.


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