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I now have a real mill/drill machine in my workshop. No more putzing around with a drill press or baby mill.

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Projects are underway.

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Very cool.  If memory serves, they make a decent product.

 

My main machines were Bridgeport with a couple other misc brands thrown in.

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WAY cool !

 

Congratulations ! !

Hopefully you can share some of your projects with us as they move along. 

 

John

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Very cool, I have just acquired a Little Machine Shop Milling Machine myself. 
 

congratulations, that looks very nice.

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Very nice!!!!!

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Very nice!........you might want to relocate that power strip though as it will be getting messy and that thing will catch all your lube and chips. 

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Have one of these along with My lathe and all their tooling ,  setting inside my container :tap: . FW : Sometimes it's Better with Smaller , Enjoy Yours  :thumb:

 

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Nice. 

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13 hours ago, towtruck said:

Very nice!........you might want to relocate that power strip though as it will be getting messy and that thing will catch all your lube and chips. 

 

Good point. It would be trivial to mount it higher on the wall.

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Just now, Flesh Wound said:

 

Good point. It would be trivial to mount it higher on the wall.

The one on the bench is the one I'd worry about.......you can tape over the wall outlets. 

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21 hours ago, newbe said:

Very cool.  If memory serves, they make a decent product.

 

My main machines were Bridgeport with a couple other misc brands thrown in.

 

I bought the Jet as they have a reputation for good quality control even though the machine is made in Taiwan by Rong-Fu. Not enough room for a floor standing machine. Someday maybe. This is a good size and will do a lot of good work.

 

19 hours ago, jchtrh said:

Very cool, I have just acquired a Little Machine Shop Milling Machine myself. 
 

congratulations, that looks very nice.

 

LMS has good stuff and I've bought from them for years. :thumb:

 

3 hours ago, BushXM15 said:

Have one of these along with My lathe and all their tooling ,  setting inside my container :tap: . FW : Sometimes it's Better with Smaller , Enjoy Yours  :thumb:

 

Millmatic-III-1-e1577115567409.jpg

 

Oh. My. I think I need a towel! :segrin:

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