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    Re: Farmer Contributions to the Welding Forum

    Quote Originally Posted by Lis2323 View Post
    I can’t see the mural.


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    Re: Farmer Contributions to the Welding Forum

    LOL... most of it is still there...
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    Re: Farmer Contributions to the Welding Forum

    Quote Originally Posted by whtbaron View Post
    I'm still getting used to having attachments to hold things straight and solid.... I like it....
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    You might want to consider not bothering with the wing nut ...





    I said MIGHT CONSIDER. Donít blame me if you butcher up your clamp and donít like it.


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    Re: Farmer Contributions to the Welding Forum

    It is a bit of a pain... I was thinking of shortening them up for the table, but then if I want to use them around the press or somewhere else they'd be short...
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    Re: Farmer Contributions to the Welding Forum

    Quote Originally Posted by whtbaron View Post
    It is a bit of a pain... I was thinking of shortening them up for the table, but then if I want to use them around the press or somewhere else they'd be short...
    I had three of 'em around the DP and I don't think I EVER used them. Way quicker using a regular welding C clamp.

    Might work well if you were using a jig for "production" drilling though.

    I bet you you'll be using them a lot more on the weld table.


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    Re: Farmer Contributions to the Welding Forum

    Those and the long C clamps were pretty much gathering dust until I built the table.
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