943 forum posts
Reading glasses for workshop use...
Maybe that's just my age showing. Failing those, I do regard my 14lb sledge as a stress relief toy, and my
|304 forum posts|
|Certainly an eye loop. Several are good as they bounce and roll a suprising way when you drop them !|
Lever test indicator for truing up in the 4 jaw is invaluable as well.
|Russell Eberhardt||29/10/2013 13:35:53|
2736 forum posts
I have one of those but it seems to be getting heavier now
|304 forum posts|
|Swear box for when you take too deep a roughing cut..... ... .|
494 forum posts
My brill CNC wife (cash never controlled).
|Howard Lewis||30/10/2013 21:32:24|
|6104 forum posts|
Any ideas on how I can modify / update mine? Actually not too difficult a job for mine, but I still wonder how much the job will cost! First operation, presumably, is to get a good credit account at the florist, then the perfumier.
Now and again EVERY tool has a time when it is indispensible; if you need it and have not got it,
You Gotta Have It!
Every time that my lathe has been out of commission (changing shops and so on) I have felt very vulnerable.
|Mike Armitage||30/10/2013 21:52:36|
|27 forum posts|
Safety glasses with bi focal 3x lenses
|John Stevenson||30/10/2013 22:46:34|
5068 forum posts
Kettle followed by the fork lift, commonly known as Johns mobility scooter
|John McNamara||30/10/2013 22:48:00|
1338 forum posts
And late-r-ron... Or at least at beer O'clock if its a hot day...
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