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Tool porn - every bit of it. I like it.


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Another drill.
Love the wooden threads on the handle.
Storage space for drill bits.
My wife lets her students use the tools I find & put back into use in her American History class.





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A buddy has been going on and on about brass pipe he's salvaging from an old building. His 2.5 pack a day smoking habit especially seemed thrilled with the scrap money. I finally got some for purposes of historical preservation.

This is the same asshole who scrapped handfuls of c.1925 nickel-plated brass bathroom wall hooks, getting about 50¢ each. Mad

Plumrite, made by Bridgeport Brass Company, Connecticut, c.1927.
Trimmed, shaped, threaded, and assembled into a Pony pipe clamp.





 
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Home made calipers to tweak VW front ends --



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Originally posted by Ryanp225:
our new desk top CMM.


(At risk of thread drift) Do you have that Renishaw in use? I'd like to learn more about that. How big a working area can it cover?

We've got a "yuge" Zeiss at work that is likely overkill for a lot of what we measure....



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Another find from my late Grandfather's basement shop:
 



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My other Sig is a Steyr...
 
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