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Re: A Top-Notch MYOG Site

Posted: Mon Dec 03, 2007 4:51 pm
by zelph
This one is interesting also. The position and form of the wire feet.

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Re: A Top-Notch MYOG Site

Posted: Tue Dec 04, 2007 10:45 pm
by Ridgerunner
Zelph, I noticed that nice little wood burner also---nice design. I like your globe woodburner, myself---less parts-plus i have about 6 of them in stock! :lol:

Re: A Top-Notch MYOG Site

Posted: Wed Dec 05, 2007 11:53 am
by zelph
Ridgerunner wrote:Zelph, I noticed that nice little wood burner also---nice design. I like your globe woodburner, myself---less parts-plus i have about 6 of them in stock! :lol:
Oh My!!!!!! nice cache of stainless goodies. I'm getting close to doing an experiment with an arc welder to burn holes in the globes. I'll let you know the results when available. My son is looking into a different punch and die set with closer clearances for a cleaner cut of the 1/2 inch holes. The set I have now leaves little pricklies of wire after punching.

Re: A Top-Notch MYOG Site

Posted: Wed Dec 05, 2007 8:04 pm
by Ridgerunner
My son is looking into a different punch and die set with closer clearances for a cleaner cut of the 1/2 inch holes. The set I have now leaves little pricklies of wire after punching.
You could take your dremel tool to clean out the "pricklies" :P

Such a Perfectionist ! :P That is why your designs have such clean lines. I, on the other hand, do not worry so much about the looks but the functionality of the gear. Reminds me of my brother-in-laws vehicles......they are an eye sore but run like a top. Dependability outweighs visual asthetics but if I can have both, I'm a real happy camper! :lol:

Re: A Top-Notch MYOG Site

Posted: Wed Dec 05, 2007 8:19 pm
by oops56
Ridgerunner wrote:
My son is looking into a different punch and die set with closer clearances for a cleaner cut of the 1/2 inch holes. The set I have now leaves little pricklies of wire after punching.
You could take your dremel tool to clean out the "pricklies" :P

Such a Perfectionist ! :P That is why your designs have such clean lines. I, on the other hand, do not worry so much about the looks but the functionality of the gear. Reminds me of my brother-in-laws vehicles......they are an eye sore but run like a top. Dependability outweighs visual asthetics but if I can have both, I'm a real happy camper! :lol:
Yep i am the same try make it good etc. If you try to make other to look good and then it dont work as good as the first makes you think right if you not selling who cares how it looks if it burns good i messed up stoves trying to fix one piece on it to look good