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Offline VW MICK

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #150 on: August 30, 2017, 03:05 PM »
@HAXIT

Nice job

That really appeals to me

I wish I had the room for something like that

Cant wait to see what you come up with next

Mick

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #151 on: August 31, 2017, 02:22 PM »
 [eek] Wow...
I had to pinch myself to make sure I'm not dreaming. What a workshop or a ...... don't know how to name it.
Just amazing. Everything from A to Z looks perfect. I have never seen a workshop so "pimped up".

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #152 on: August 31, 2017, 06:02 PM »
[eek] Wow...
I had to pinch myself to make sure I'm not dreaming. What a workshop or a ...... don't know how to name it.
Just amazing. Everything from A to Z looks perfect. I have never seen a workshop so "pimped up".

@some1 like me I think "shrine" is the word you're looking for [wink] [big grin]

Offline Tinker

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #153 on: September 01, 2017, 09:20 AM »
That floor is so clean one should take off their shoes before walking on to it
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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #154 on: September 01, 2017, 10:04 AM »
Holy cow, I am jealous a thousand times over.

Offline HAXIT

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #155 on: September 02, 2017, 10:22 AM »
The whole week I worked till 12 midnight and I am home for few days now and want to work another 70 hours. [big grin]
Next is scales and marking storage. I have some scrap that I believe I could use and I am working on it right now after this post and a hot cup of tee. If no, I am on my way to lumber guy. I just called him and his there till 4 pm today which is very good for me.
As always thank you very much to every one for comments.

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #156 on: September 11, 2017, 12:17 AM »
Your super 5-S'ed shop and clamp rack are nothing short of brilliant. Thank you for sharing. Question? How do you wrangle lumber and finished projects in and out of the basement (pardon me if I missed that detail). Does the stair lead into the middle of the house? Thank you again.
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Offline HAXIT

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #157 on: September 11, 2017, 08:59 AM »
Your super 5-S'ed shop and clamp rack are nothing short of brilliant. Thank you for sharing. Question? How do you wrangle lumber and finished projects in and out of the basement (pardon me if I missed that detail). Does the stair lead into the middle of the house? Thank you again.
Thanks for the comment, That was the most important point that I think I was lucky about the house layout to going in and out without any problem. All I have to do is come down and going up 7 stairs and the door at the end of the stairs open up to my driveway. There is no turn, straight down and up.

Offline HAXIT

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #158 on: September 30, 2017, 12:06 PM »
And when I was thinking that I could finish one project every weekend since labor day!
But the main tool was down right on labor day. [sad]
I was just planing some scrap when I felt pain in the lower back and try to ignore it because I want to work. The pain just got worst and now I know for sure what was that and I ended up to emergency room and could not do anything for almost three weeks now.
Today is the first day I am going to do some work.
Well who ever I called the answer was that I work too much or my hand was in the machine without knowing what was going on.
Well folks, it was kidney stone. [crying]
And who ever had it, knows what is it looks like and if you did not do not even think about it.
I am good now and thought to give some update and will post as I go.
Health is your main tool that you should love and care most.

Offline Bert Vanderveen

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #159 on: September 30, 2017, 12:42 PM »
Well folks, it was kidney stone. [crying]
And who ever had it, knows what is it looks like and if you did not do not even think about it.

Did you save it? I have used mine to cut leather (just joking. but it was sharp enough to use for that purpose).
Good to hear that you are back in the saddle!
Cheers, Bert Vanderveen

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Offline VW MICK

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #160 on: September 30, 2017, 01:20 PM »
@HAXIT

Glad you are ok mate

They could have done the surgery at home in your shop! Probably cleaner

Mick 

Offline RobBob

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #161 on: September 30, 2017, 01:26 PM »
As painful as kidney stones are, it is still better to have a kidney stone than back problems.

Kidney stones are usually acute.
Back problems are usually chronic.

Offline HAXIT

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #162 on: September 30, 2017, 02:51 PM »
Well folks, it was kidney stone. [crying]
And who ever had it, knows what is it looks like and if you did not do not even think about it.

Did you save it? I have used mine to cut leather (just joking. but it was sharp enough to use for that purpose).
Good to hear that you are back in the saddle!
Till now, I did not even know that it is looks like star and just compare it with regular stone, always thought it was round.
Nooooooo it was not.

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #163 on: September 30, 2017, 02:58 PM »
@HAXIT

Glad you are ok mate

They could have done the surgery at home in your shop! Probably cleaner

Mick
You make me laugh Mick. [big grin] [big grin]

Offline HAXIT

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #164 on: September 30, 2017, 03:00 PM »
As painful as kidney stones are, it is still better to have a kidney stone than back problems.

Kidney stones are usually acute.
Back problems are usually chronic.
I agree and just hope that won,t be the next.

Offline Bert Vanderveen

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #165 on: September 30, 2017, 06:36 PM »
In my case the largest kidneystone that showed up on an xray was 20 mm long, 9 to 10 mm wide and around 1 to 1 and a half mm thick, with the shape of an ellipse and extremely sharp edges. I was admitted to an Emergency Ward of the local hospital and the lady who did the xray said that in her opinion giving birth was less painful than passing a kidney stone (for what that is worth…);

After treatment they (the docs) had me pee thru a strainer for a few days -- days passed in the pure bliss of opiates -- and sure enough bits of that one, and others, showed up. I did not keep them.

Not the nicest experience I have ever had. Although hurtling down an iced hill head down while skiing came close.
Cheers, Bert Vanderveen

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #166 on: September 30, 2017, 06:52 PM »
Kidney pain is let's just say acute.  Seems you have weathered it as well as can be expected.  Wish you didn't have to go thru it.  Hoping that you aren't one of those who will have them continuously.

Peter
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Offline HAXIT

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #167 on: October 07, 2017, 04:24 PM »
I am afraid to say I am fine now then I will get hit by tractor. [big grin]
Working on the storage area under the stairs which I had the plan for long time that what would go there. There is nice space there if used correctly. Here is pic when it is empty now.





First back wall would be the storage for all marking, gauges and measuring tools hanging on the slat wall.
I have some scrap that I can use to take care of that. So here we go.


 



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Re: New workshop build
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Offline HAXIT

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #169 on: October 07, 2017, 05:02 PM »
And the result. I will load it up later, I have to make some hanging hardware and order some stuff as well but I want to mill down more lumber today and keep going.
Thanks for watching and have wonderful weekend. [smile]




Offline digger

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #170 on: October 07, 2017, 09:18 PM »
Happy to hear you're feeling better. It must feel great to be back in the shop.

Offline Tinker

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #171 on: October 08, 2017, 03:18 AM »
@ HAXIT  Sorry to hear about your setback.  Our daughter suffered with kidney stones for several years.  She finally started squeezing a half lemon into a glass of distilled water every morning and drinking (with no sugar added) She uses lemon juice on her salads and in her tea. Since she started with that regimen, she has not had any more problems with the stones.  They all seem to dissolve.  I have a cousin who had the same problem and used the same method.  No more problems.  I'm no doctor, but it seemed to work with two people in my own family. That's good enuf for me.
Tinker
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Offline HAXIT

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #172 on: October 08, 2017, 06:18 AM »
Happy to hear you're feeling better. It must feel great to be back in the shop.
Thanks, it feel good and I missed the shop big time.

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #173 on: October 08, 2017, 06:30 AM »
@ HAXIT  Sorry to hear about your setback.  Our daughter suffered with kidney stones for several years.  She finally started squeezing a half lemon into a glass of distilled water every morning and drinking (with no sugar added) She uses lemon juice on her salads and in her tea. Since she started with that regimen, she has not had any more problems with the stones.  They all seem to dissolve.  I have a cousin who had the same problem and used the same method.  No more problems.  I'm no doctor, but it seemed to work with two people in my own family. That's good enuf for me.
Tinker
Tinker, are you sure you are not a doctor? because I think you are. [big grin]
The doctor at hospital told me the same thing. He said lemon juice in everything as you can and you will be fine. He also said cranberry juice and apple vinegar does the same thing as well.

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #174 on: October 08, 2017, 06:37 AM »
@HAXIT  Tell me about that digital gauge you have on your A3 31. 

What does it do and who makes it?  I have the same machine and might need one, too.   ;D

Offline HAXIT

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #175 on: October 08, 2017, 07:17 AM »
@RobBob
It is Aigner Distometer and does many things. Here I use it to mill dawn exact at 1mm and I use this to measure and check the thickness of the material or set up the cutting tools height and many things.
I got this from Germany and in U.S Martin would be the one to have it. Here is the link:
 http://www.martin-usa.com/products/distometer/

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #176 on: October 08, 2017, 07:32 AM »
@RobBob
It is Aigner Distometer and does many things. Here I use it to mill dawn exact at 1mm and I use this to measure and check the thickness of the material or set up the cutting tools height and many things.
I got this from Germany and in U.S Martin would be the one to have it. Here is the link:
 http://www.martin-usa.com/products/distometer/

Very interesting.  That's a new one to me.  Thanks for the info.

Offline Bert Vanderveen

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #177 on: October 08, 2017, 11:58 AM »
@HAXIT  What is the advantage of doing precise planing when you can achieve precision in the thicknessing part of milling (I think I saw you have the 'digital' wheel installed - which offers .2 mm precision)?
Cheers, Bert Vanderveen

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Offline HAXIT

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #178 on: October 08, 2017, 02:43 PM »
@HAXIT  What is the advantage of doing precise planing when you can achieve precision in the thicknessing part of milling (I think I saw you have the 'digital' wheel installed - which offers .2 mm precision)?
Yes, you can do it in the thicknessing part and I did installed the digital wheel. You can use the aigner when your material is wider and won,t fit in machine if you do not want to take the work piece to the saw for the last cut but my situation here was different.
The width of the scrap I had was very close and I did not want to go under size to won,t have problem with the hanging hardware that they sell it for standard panels. I only used it for one side of the board to joint and maintain the standard size.

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Re: New workshop build
« Reply #179 on: October 08, 2017, 03:25 PM »
@ HAXIT  Sorry to hear about your setback.  Our daughter suffered with kidney stones for several years.  She finally started squeezing a half lemon into a glass of distilled water every morning and drinking (with no sugar added) She uses lemon juice on her salads and in her tea. Since she started with that regimen, she has not had any more problems with the stones.  They all seem to dissolve.  I have a cousin who had the same problem and used the same method.  No more problems.  I'm no doctor, but it seemed to work with two people in my own family. That's good enuf for me.
Tinker
Tinker, are you sure you are not a doctor? because I think you are. [big grin]
The doctor at hospital told me the same thing. He said lemon juice in everything as you can and you will be fine. He also said cranberry juice and apple vinegar does the same thing as well.

I know cranberry juice is good for several urinary problems.  Apple Cider vinegar is good for kidney stones, but for some people there is a reaction.  Since the lemon juice (from fresh lemons) and distilled water seems to cause no reactions, I think one has to be carefull with vinegar, but no worries from lemon juice, I did not get into researching the vinegar method.  I sometime read up on something, and find another source that advises something different. I am somewhat of a nut as I will go with the idea most appealing to my thinking. It's sort of like weather reports.  If you don't like the first forecast you find, keep looking until you find the site with the report your like.  I like lemon juice. ::)

And I have observed within my on family that it does work.
Tinker
Wayne H. Tinker