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Old 11-14-2013, 09:21 AM
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Here it is boys! My new shop toy!

For those that have an interest, this thread will detail the resurrection of the 100+ year old milling machine I bought. My plan is to dismantal the whole thing, remove all the grease and paint in my hot tank and rebuild it from the bottom up.....
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We were able to get it through the door without removing anything, but it was damn close.........lol

A few more pics of it before we start taking it apart...

The next set of pictures I'll post will be the teardown.
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Looking forward to this, bud!
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Well........ That makes two of us......................lol
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Tools were made to last back then, I don't see any plastic parts there ...
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Any thoughts on how you might fix the "tear-outs" in the bed?

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Not a plastic part anywhere on this thing! Morning Gerry! This mill is over 100 years old and everything works so smooth.....

After Harley and I get finished with it, it will last another 100 years!
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Morning Marv! Not nessesary to fix them. Every other one I've looked at was the same way so I'm just gonna leave it the way it is.
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That'd be tough to fix, if it's cast.
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Yes, it's cast, and I could fix it, but why? It won't make any difference in the way it works.....
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You could really get inventive and do an investment casting and make a new one.
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You could really get inventive and do an investment casting and make a new one.
OMG! That would take the rest of my life to do...........lol

I could preheat and weld it up, but it's just not necessary...

Besides, it gives it character.........
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What color are you going to paint it?
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Same as the lathe. Bright fire engine red with gray raised lettering and polished brass...
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So where is this going to sit in the shop?
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