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Very clever machinist, Keith Fenner.
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Jim Barber
2016-12-11 07:00:12 UTC
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The refurbishment of the Wood chop saw, seen in Neglect...



Resurrection Part 2


Resurrection Part 3


Resurrection Part 4


Resurrection Part 5


Resurrection the final episode


I have a new found appreciation for machinists thanks to this guy.
Cydrome Leader
2016-12-11 23:50:52 UTC
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Neglect
http://youtu.be/ExIpXTRRUvs
Resurrection
The refurbishment of the Wood chop saw, seen in Neglect...
http://youtu.be/LKmwi2QR3Ug
Resurrection Part 2
http://youtu.be/u85w4cwbX-8
Resurrection Part 3
http://youtu.be/_D2MjJIqJK4
Resurrection Part 4
http://youtu.be/U6kfOpB1DJk
Resurrection Part 5
http://youtu.be/xK7eUCh92Tk
Resurrection the final episode
http://youtu.be/5RahkylmOYY
I have a new found appreciation for machinists thanks to this guy.
Keith is one of my favorite youtube machininists. I like the weird ways he
sometimes uses his camel back drill press for machining work.
Steve W.
2016-12-12 02:07:44 UTC
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Post by Jim Barber
Neglect
http://youtu.be/ExIpXTRRUvs
Resurrection
The refurbishment of the Wood chop saw, seen in Neglect...
http://youtu.be/LKmwi2QR3Ug
Resurrection Part 2
http://youtu.be/u85w4cwbX-8
Resurrection Part 3
http://youtu.be/_D2MjJIqJK4
Resurrection Part 4
http://youtu.be/U6kfOpB1DJk
Resurrection Part 5
http://youtu.be/xK7eUCh92Tk
Resurrection the final episode
http://youtu.be/5RahkylmOYY
I have a new found appreciation for machinists thanks to this guy.
Keith is one of my favorite youtube machininists. I like the weird ways he
sometimes uses his camel back drill press for machining work.
Yep, Keith F., Adam, Lyle, Keith R. are just some of the ones I watch.
All great guys who know what they are doing in the shop.
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Steve W.
Paul Drahn
2016-12-12 03:31:29 UTC
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Post by Jim Barber
Neglect
http://youtu.be/ExIpXTRRUvs
Resurrection
The refurbishment of the Wood chop saw, seen in Neglect...
http://youtu.be/LKmwi2QR3Ug
Resurrection Part 2
http://youtu.be/u85w4cwbX-8
Resurrection Part 3
http://youtu.be/_D2MjJIqJK4
Resurrection Part 4
http://youtu.be/U6kfOpB1DJk
Resurrection Part 5
http://youtu.be/xK7eUCh92Tk
Resurrection the final episode
http://youtu.be/5RahkylmOYY
I have a new found appreciation for machinists thanks to this guy.
Thanks, Jim.
I learned what the funny thing that I now know if an attachment for a
dial indicator to measure the inside of something on a lathe. My
brother's father-in-law was a machinist and curt got all his tools. He
gave me a bunch of stuff and one of the little lever devices was there.
I am sure it has a name. but now I know how to use it if I need to.

The pouring of the babbit bearings reminded me of Dad replacing the
babbit bearings in his sawmill. I was perhaps 8-9 years old. He did it
in the back yard. I was really surprised at his skill. Guess farmers had
to learn to repair everything!

Paul
Cydrome Leader
2016-12-12 23:00:40 UTC
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Post by Jim Barber
Neglect
http://youtu.be/ExIpXTRRUvs
Resurrection
The refurbishment of the Wood chop saw, seen in Neglect...
http://youtu.be/LKmwi2QR3Ug
Resurrection Part 2
http://youtu.be/u85w4cwbX-8
Resurrection Part 3
http://youtu.be/_D2MjJIqJK4
Resurrection Part 4
http://youtu.be/U6kfOpB1DJk
Resurrection Part 5
http://youtu.be/xK7eUCh92Tk
Resurrection the final episode
http://youtu.be/5RahkylmOYY
I have a new found appreciation for machinists thanks to this guy.
Thanks, Jim.
I learned what the funny thing that I now know if an attachment for a
dial indicator to measure the inside of something on a lathe. My
brother's father-in-law was a machinist and curt got all his tools. He
gave me a bunch of stuff and one of the little lever devices was there.
I am sure it has a name. but now I know how to use it if I need to.
The pouring of the babbit bearings reminded me of Dad replacing the
babbit bearings in his sawmill. I was perhaps 8-9 years old. He did it
in the back yard. I was really surprised at his skill. Guess farmers had
to learn to repair everything!
While there are always exceptions, farmers and folks from former commie
countries seem REAL good at fixing and making stuff, even when they don't
the right tools or supplies. Being able to flip through a catalog or go to
a variety of stores to buy tools and supplies is something that's just not
an option during tough times, which could last decades in former com bloc
places.

For giggles I like to try real "country" type repairs on stuff. Sometimes
they really do hold up. One of the longest lasting valve seat material I
came up with was a 2 liter pop bottle cap. It's tough plastic and has an
extra coating on the inside surface. It easily outlasts a flat rubber
washer.

amdx
2016-12-12 22:09:46 UTC
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Post by Jim Barber
Neglect
http://youtu.be/ExIpXTRRUvs
Resurrection
The refurbishment of the Wood chop saw, seen in Neglect...
http://youtu.be/LKmwi2QR3Ug
Resurrection Part 2
http://youtu.be/u85w4cwbX-8
Resurrection Part 3
http://youtu.be/_D2MjJIqJK4
Resurrection Part 4
http://youtu.be/U6kfOpB1DJk
Resurrection Part 5
http://youtu.be/xK7eUCh92Tk
Resurrection the final episode
http://youtu.be/5RahkylmOYY
I have a new found appreciation for machinists thanks to this guy.
Well that was a nice way to kill an hour+, sure glad I was at work.
Mikek
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