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 Posted: Wed Dec 20th, 2006 01:43 pm
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I would like to welcome all who stumble across our cyber threshold! Please come on in, hang your hat up, and help us become the best forum in the metalworking industry!:D

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 Posted: Sat Dec 30th, 2006 10:10 am
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Tell us a little about your self!
What state do you live in?:)
How did you find the forum?:D
OK, I will go first:dude:
My business card reads "Technical Support" I am the person who will assist you with any problems you may have with you Wholesale Tool Co. Machine, I also order parts from our machinery vendors.
I am located in Warren, MI.
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Hey Don how is it going?  I bought both my 13 x 40 lathe and my ZX7045 mill from you at the same time about 3 years ago.  Up untill the last several months I hadn't done much with them because the wife and I decided to finally build our log home right after I picked them up.  That was 3 years ago this last summer.  We are finally to the point where I can relax a little and enjoy the new shop I built.  Things are working out good and will stop by here from time to time to see if I can add anything to the threads. 

 

Take care

Bob

 

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Hey Bob,
Long time no see! Pull up a stool and make yourself at home! Seems like yo had something going on the net, is that still up? post a link!:D

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 Posted: Fri Jan 5th, 2007 06:46 pm
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Don,  not real sure what you mean.  I have pics posted in a few of the mill and lathe groups.  Here is a link to pics of some of the projects I have done and the machinery in the shop.

 
http://s2.photobucket.com/albums/y39/Deere_X475guy/Machine%20Shop/

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    I have a business card, a bunch of stuff about pretreatment regulation implementation.  In reality, I am a retired state beaurocrat (the only admitted beaurocrat, ex or otherwise, in existence), doing a little bit of the old work to earn a few extra bucks to add to the retirement checks. 

I wanted to have a machine shop that would enable me to make most anything mechanical.  This has become subverted  to support my efforts to install a turbocharged 2.0 Pinto into a Sunbeam Alpine.   Along the way the Alpine has gained front disc brakes from a hodge podge of GM parts, Saturn rear discs, Festiva master cylinder, Volvo fuel pump, Mitsubishi alternator, aftermarket in dash air conditioning and so.  Most of the work is fabrication and I'm not much of a welder.  To make things interesting, we have built a new house, moved almost everything but the shop.

Right now the Alpine needs to get finished and I need to aquire something like a ZAY 45 mill.  Then heaven will be on earth and I can start my machine work in earnest, just as soon as I put a Ford Duratec 2.3 in an Alpine.

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 Posted: Fri Jan 5th, 2007 09:54 pm
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Bob,
I thought you had some photography stuff? :?
Welcome aboard Bill! Where abouts you from Bill? I am in Warren/ NE Detroit Suburbs. I have a couple good auto parts places near by, Mumblys off road
(http://www.mumblysoffroad.com/) is right at the end of my street:) and Detroit Speed shops is less than a mile away:)
Both you guys be sure to put your name in the hat for our modest give away!:D
http://wttool.mywowbb.com/forum8/29.html
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 Posted: Fri Jan 5th, 2007 10:43 pm
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    I am a few miles south of Detroit in Connersville, Indiana.  That is about 65 miles east of your Indy store.

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