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Styrene Extreme Tips and tricks and working with sheet styrene for those ultimate custom builds!


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Old 11-30-2012, 08:51 PM
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Default Drill press, MIG welder and other stuff

Almost completed some more shop equipment for Uncle Fred's, mainly from styrene with a few odd bits of wire ect. Apart from a few tools and accessories the main parts are done.


The start of a mig welder and a completed creeper


The welder with the front panel and parts for the drill press



More parts for the drill press


Dry fitting parts




A coat of primer and the ground clamp and MIG torch



Sprayed some colors



Welder is done with a 240v outlet box (wallplug)



Drill press is all assembled with electric cord



Also made up an extension cord


All together now




Thanks for taking a look
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VERY nice, these going into a garage maybe?

All your stuff is turning out great, nice details and real crisp lines
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Beautiful work. I need to see a quarter next to them or something for size reference. You did such a nice job I'm tricked into thinking they are bigger than they actually are
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All I can say is wow. Those are awesome.
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