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    What a great way to store tw parts. Maybe you can incorporate a whole engine through different decorative items throughout the house. It would clear your garage but leave them handy in a temperature controlled environment. Just use welds that can be ground down easily when the parts are needed. Great lamp.

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    That lamp is sweet!

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    There was a fierce tank battle in the garage this morning !

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    Hahaha love it!!
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    I'd take 2 Sherman's over 3 Panzer's any day!
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    Cool tanks...yep!
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    Cool tanks.
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    When I first started fabricating stuff, I used a 14" abrasive chopsaw. I wasn't happy with the quality or accuracy of the cuts, so I picked a little bandsaw which does a great job on square cuts, but is not so good for miter cuts or short lengths. So here's what I built this weekend using a $5.00 Harbor Freight angle grinder. Should make for quick cuts and 45 degree miters on smaller stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TW-Brian View Post
    When I first started fabricating stuff, I used a 14" abrasive chopsaw. I wasn't happy with the quality or accuracy of the cuts, so I picked a little bandsaw which does a great job on square cuts, but is not so good for miter cuts or short lengths. So here's what I built this weekend using a $5.00 Harbor Freight angle grinder. Should make for quick cuts and 45 degree miters on

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    That's a clean, cool hack, but I don't understand why it would be any more accurate than the 14" chop saw? Were you getting deflection in the larger blade?
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    TWBrian is crazy crafty. Love it.
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