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Author Topic: Post a pic of something you made!  (Read 298 times)

Offline ncologerojr

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Re: Post a pic of something you made!
« Reply #10 on: Oct 11, 2018, 15:15:43 »
I've got a few things I'll toss up.
 1st is velocity stacks that mount actual air filters.
2nd is hydraulic clutch slave for an xs650
3rd is hub/rotor adapter to use a cb550 hub and ducati rotor with a zx6 big piston fork front end
And last is a tube bender using prints from this site http://chopperhandbook.com/bender.htm

I did use a waterjet for part of the tube bender, and a cnc lathe for the velocity stacks.  But the others were done on an old atlas lathe and a manual mill.

Nice work. I love spending time on my south bend and manual Bridgeport, but I would put a water jet and cnc to use if I could!

Offline Rat_ranger

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Re: Post a pic of something you made!
« Reply #11 on: Oct 11, 2018, 16:22:42 »
Thanks, I just took advantage of working at a company that built water jets, then when I changed jobs I ended up programming and running a pair of live tool lathes.  Now I have a better job, but can't run anything under the table.  Now I'm limited to an Induma mill, and the old atlas 10".  But after seeing the work bench posted earlier I need to quit waiting and build a better one.
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