⏣ Metalworking Craft - Page 3

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12-06-2008 FA - minarik DC motor control - this may go way too cheap 0
11-24-2008 Identifying metalworking parts 0
10-18-2008 Re: Aluminium price increase for Australia   [ 2 ] 27
10-17-2008 OT- Why do front brakes wear out faster than rears? 1
10-12-2008 chasing dial 1
10-10-2008 source for DXF files or G-Codes ? 5
10-07-2008 FA: Ed Fowler Knivemaking VHS video 1
10-02-2008 9 X 20 Lathe 0
10-01-2008 I Was Cleaning House... 3
09-28-2008 parts for an old logan lathe 1
09-23-2008 looking for belt material 1
09-18-2008 Found a good deal 0
09-15-2008 3/16" rod 0
08-25-2008 Looking For Detailed Drill Press Specs... Will Pay For Info. 0
08-02-2008 Pants for Metalworking 1
07-22-2008 2 position hinge 1
07-11-2008 Troy Built Horse older engine blow up. What to do. 0
06-26-2008 Principles of Direct Current Machines (1923) 0
06-24-2008 Manual of Steel Construction (1988) 0
06-17-2008 Wind Sculpture Rotational Ground Stand 1
06-13-2008 DIY Indicator Rod Clamps 2
06-13-2008 latest devices 0
05-27-2008 FS: Vintage Shop Tools 3
05-17-2008 standard-modern metal lathe 0
04-17-2008 Welding cast iron spears to steel pickets? 2
04-13-2008 Shaft mounted drill chuck? 1
02-29-2008 Some fine reading here: Gizmos and projects... 0
01-31-2008 eBay: Home Shop Machinist magazine - complete set of 156 issues (1982-2007) 0
01-28-2008 I have a KKng Midas milling machine and like a coy of thee manual please 1
01-28-2008 Need measurement for a Milwaukee Deep Cut Band Saw 0
01-13-2008 eBay's most-watched Metalworking Equipment 1
12-02-2007 acorns 5
11-25-2007 CNC Project for the Holidays 0
11-15-2007 The Welding Supply Guide 0
10-14-2007 Pattern maker 1
10-06-2007 Crafts to make and sell 0
09-23-2007 RF45 or Chinese Knee Mill. 3
09-19-2007 Hydraulic engine as pump 0
08-21-2007 The Work Envelope Problem 4
08-16-2007 hardness of backhoe pins and bushings will grade 8 work 0

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