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  1. #61
    Jonathan, you have a lot to learn.:whistling:
    ha!! i guess that means your just about done with learning phil :clap:

    right!!! im off to stick my hand int fire :heehee:

  2. #62
    Quote Originally Posted by blackburn mark View Post
    ha!! i guess that means your just about done with learning phil :clap:
    :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused:

    Phil

  3. #63
    Quote Originally Posted by M250cnc View Post
    :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused:
    Just what I was thinking.

    Quote Originally Posted by M250cnc View Post
    Jonathan, you have a lot to learn.:whistling:
    I've got plenty of years to learn it Hmm, just worked out it's 7 years since I first used a milling machine - yikes I must be getting old.

    Anyway, thanks for the advice so far. I'll leave the bed for a little while and have a think.

    The legs will hopefully be done tomorrow, so all being well I'll have it running tomorrow night. Got to think of something to make with it now!

  4. #64
    Just what I was thinking.
    ok ok,,, it must be a northern thing
    i was feeling you were coming across a bit patronising phil
    im sure youd get mdf to work if money left you with no option jonathan, maybe phil has arms like legs and would keep tightening those clamps till something broke

    maybe you could make phil a touque wrench on it when your done

    sorry phil :whistling:

  5. #65
    Some pictures...

    Legs:
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    One X motor, need to tighten that belt:
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    Gantry side again:
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    Yeah my workshop is in disarray now:
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  6. #66
    my workshop is in disarray now
    looks well tidy to me:) i could live in that workshop

  7. #67
    Quote Originally Posted by blackburn mark View Post
    looks well tidy to me:) i could live in that workshop
    It's much tidier than it was yesterday! There was a layer of swarf on the floor.

    I want to get a metal bandsaw, but I'm rapidly running out of space.

    What's the diameter of the shank of those 5mm cutters you pointed me to? Also flute length?
    Last edited by Jonathan; 17-12-2010 at 08:30 PM.

  8. #68
    Jonathan

    What is your real age? far too clean for 18
    If the nagging gets really bad......Get a bigger shed:naughty:

  9. #69
    Quote Originally Posted by 2e0poz View Post
    Jonathan

    What is your real age? far too clean for 18
    18 is my real age :lol: What do you mean by far 'too clean'?

  10. #70
    What's the diameter of the shank of those 5mm cutters you pointed me to? Also flute length?
    im not at home at the mo dude,,, ill let you know... they are long enough for my er11 with the tread clear of the collet

    What do you mean by far 'too clean'?
    hahaha! your 18... its ment to look like you dropped a box of grenades in there :)

    thats some work shop at your disposal lad.
    indeed ! im exspecting you and your old man to build a flux capacitor to go in the delorean when your done :)

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