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    Got an order for 200 of these today...........



    Some people require more attention than others.....Like a LOST DOG and strangers holding out biscuits....

    Dynasty 350
    Hobart Beta Mig 200
    Twenty seven Hammers
    Three Crow Bars
    One English Springer Dog



    A Big Rock

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    Congrats on the order. Now, help me out here.... just what are they used for if I might ask?
    Jim

    Miller MM 210
    Miller Dialarc 250P
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    Lots of other tools and always wanting more

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    • #3
      Those look like a sample chamber for a chromatograph. You know, where you vaporize the material and then sample the vapor and, uh ...
      --- RJL ----------------------------------------------

      Ordinarily I'm insane, but I have lucid moments when I'm merely stupid.
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      • #4
        They look like pipes (smoking type) to me...which would lend them to sampling the vapors as well...
        "Good Enough Never Is"

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        • #5
          huh, first thing i thought they looked like was paying job. I here those are rare nowadays.

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          • #6
            They call them "R" Towers there is a 1/2 bolt that goes through the body (you can't see the through hole in the pic) and something
            fastens to the machined pin....I was told by my machine shop customer there will be more since the customer liked the cosmetic tig weld....He was having them mig welded and the guy didn't do a good job...I'm charging him 2.50
            ea. to weld so it might be an OK part....
            Some people require more attention than others.....Like a LOST DOG and strangers holding out biscuits....

            Dynasty 350
            Hobart Beta Mig 200
            Twenty seven Hammers
            Three Crow Bars
            One English Springer Dog



            A Big Rock

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            • #7
              Originally posted by chenry View Post
              huh, first thing i thought they looked like was paying job. I here those are rare nowadays.
              Hey you got that right, since my shop is along side my home I'm cutting as much overhead as I can and still slower than this time last year by a TON..
              Some people require more attention than others.....Like a LOST DOG and strangers holding out biscuits....

              Dynasty 350
              Hobart Beta Mig 200
              Twenty seven Hammers
              Three Crow Bars
              One English Springer Dog



              A Big Rock

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              • #8
                You weld them in the vise? Or is that just for clean up afterwards?

                I know if I did that many of those small parts my wrist would be red raw from constantly touching hot surfaces everywhere.
                www.methodmetal.com.au

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