For all you that have your own Lathe

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plenzen
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For all you that have your own Lathe

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Post by plenzen » 8 years ago

We all know that winter is upon us, and for you that have your own lathe, and live in the "Snow Belt", you may be looking for an indoor project, and something to occupy your time.
Well search no more
Here is the perfect project for you to take on:

http://www.wimp.com/tiniestengine/

A few thousand hours and you have a great center piece for the coffee table

HOLY CRAP !

Paul
Retired Pauly
Problem with being retired is that you never get a day off.
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goglio704
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Post by goglio704 » 8 years ago

Thanks for posting that. Impressive work. I wonder what his day job is? Watchmaker perhaps...
Matt B.

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rlaggren
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Post by rlaggren » 7 years ago

Old mechanics never die - they just work on smaller engines!
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Post by Nissan_Ranger » 7 years ago

Amazing! Thanks for posting that!
The old 'six gun' was as popular as the cell phone in its time and just as annoying when it went off in the Theater.

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