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Offline Mydlyfkryzis

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Re: picture of your homemade tools
« Reply #75 on: Dec 07, 2013, 01:09:54 »
Carb Float tool and a homemade Spoke wrench. The silver one is the one I made.
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Re: picture of your homemade tools
« Reply #76 on: Dec 12, 2013, 18:05:12 »
Stand and brace work for my new bead roller

Offline taggat

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Re: picture of your homemade tools
« Reply #77 on: Dec 13, 2013, 16:28:00 »
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Re: picture of your homemade tools
« Reply #78 on: Dec 13, 2013, 16:50:05 »
I like the way you think

Offline taggat

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Re: picture of your homemade tools
« Reply #79 on: Dec 13, 2013, 16:52:39 »
It worked for the 60ft. from the house to the garage to get my electrical feed in there.
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Offline Floegstad

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Re: picture of your homemade tools
« Reply #80 on: Dec 13, 2013, 16:58:31 »
NICE 8)

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Re: picture of your homemade tools
« Reply #81 on: Dec 13, 2013, 18:18:46 »
My adult ed machine shop project

Offline pidjones

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Re: Re: picture of your homemade tools
« Reply #82 on: Dec 16, 2013, 23:59:09 »
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Re: Re: picture of your homemade tools
« Reply #83 on: Dec 17, 2013, 10:04:14 »
RU from Tennessee?

"Love 'em all.... Let God sort 'em out!"

Hey I was in a hurry to get it done, didnt want to rent a trencher and or dig it by hand.
It was done in a half and hour with tools on hand. haha
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Offline Seaking

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Origami Paint Booth
« Reply #84 on: Dec 17, 2013, 13:35:35 »
I needed a 'paint booth' space in the shop and didn't want something that would take up a lot of space, especially when not in use. So I put together a crude paint booth that folds up and can be tucked away for future use. When using various paints, I found a lot of dusty residue laying on the floor that swept up easy enough but was messy and can potentially get onto my other bikes..

Using 2x4' sheets of corrugated plastic sheets (sign making stuff being tossed out) and 3/4" plastic tubing that can be taken apart (1 inch would have been sturdier in hindsight), and judicious amounts of the RedGreen stuff (Duct Tape), this booth has it's panels attached in such a way that when storing the booth, I can fold it up to where it's only about 4 inches thick, easy to stick it behind something and out of the way. The vacuum collector box in the back of the booth seems to work great as there is no residue on the floor. it's the bulkiest part of the setup as I needed to make it rigid for holding the vacuum tube. It also works great on it's own as a shop ambient air dust collector with a bathroom fan attached to the back end..

Takes about 2 minutes to clean it out, fold it up and tuck it away.. Putting it together takes about 5 minutes as one edge has to be tapes back together to make the big box solid.

Its a bodged up system, not pretty but it works as intended..  might come in useful should I decide to try my hand at DIY powder coating small parts later on..

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Offline pidjones

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Re: picture of your homemade tools
« Reply #85 on: Dec 17, 2013, 19:25:44 »
I have to do all of my spray painting outside since the garage is in our basement. Not only am I restricted by the weather out there, but things love to fall on what you are painting out of the trees. We used to have a boat that we parked under a portable awning. When we finally sold it (happy day!), I took down the shelter and saved the poles and joiners. Cobbled a few of them together with a tarp over them to knock down breezes and cover the work.


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Re: picture of your homemade tools
« Reply #86 on: Dec 18, 2013, 08:58:30 »
Ha.. we think the same, thanks for the repurpose idea of my crappy old boat shelter.
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Re: picture of your homemade tools
« Reply #87 on: Mar 26, 2014, 13:44:03 »
Well, looky what I found... says there is 588 (so far) shown here. Saw some pretty handy!
 
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Re: picture of your homemade tools
« Reply #88 on: Mar 26, 2014, 13:59:32 »
This

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picture of your homemade tools
« Reply #89 on: Mar 26, 2014, 14:01:54 »
I would have painted it red instead
unplug the connectors from the harness and multimeter the shit out of them

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