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Old 06-10-2012, 05:36 PM
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Ive been looking on tootopia site and they have a lincolin mig 140 I think for about 200 less than anyone else here in town. I really want a small mig for the shop and to go with the big one. While Im at it ill put a drill press on the list too.
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ill have to post a pic of my drill press.
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Ive been looking on tootopia site and they have a Lincoln mig 140 I think for about 200 less than anyone else here in town. I really want a small mig for the shop and to go with the big one. While Im at it ill put a drill press on the list too.
A 140 is just on the small side but better than nothing.

With a drill press, make sure the belts are at least 3/8" ( 1/2" would be better ) wide and the drill chuck itself is held in using a MT style taper ( Morse Taper ). That way if the drill chuck is ever damaged, it's much easier to change it plus it opens up the opportunity to use different tools in the spindle.
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ill have to post a pic of my drill press.
Please do
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Picked up a small mill today with a ton of tooling/accessories

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Nice find, Jeff!
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Old 06-18-2012, 10:58 PM
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Thanks Allen. That mill will really open up the varity of parts I can make now.
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Nice set up Jeff. A welder and mill/drill press is on my want it bad list.
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Deposit paid and I pick it up next saturday

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Very nice Jeff. I just wish I knew how to use one of those, LOL.
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