Mobil bases for G0800 and G0766

  1. Roger Chandler
    Roger Chandler
    Iíve gotten in the steel, purchased the castors, and now just have to get a little time to fabricate and weld the Lift, Lock and roll mobil bases for my two large lathes. When I get the first set made, Iíll post a couple pics.
  2. Roger Chandler
    Roger Chandler
    Special thanks to Robert Hayward, and Mike Geotski for their assistance in dimensions etc of parts.
  3. Mark Inmon
    Mark Inmon
    Can't wait to see it
  4. Brice Rogers
    Brice Rogers
    Hi Roger, I'm looking forward to seeing pictures and text describing your lock and lift mechanism.
  5. Roger Chandler
    Roger Chandler
    Hi Brice. I'm looking forward to getting started on these in the next couple weeks a I return from vacation. It will likely be a step at a time, cutting, drilling, welding type fabrication, over some days as I can find time to work on them. The first one will be for the G0800, and then the G0766. Perhaps some pics in progress here as I go along.
  6. Mark Inmon
    Mark Inmon
    Thanks roger, I know you miss us so much that you took time from your vacation to stop in and say hi. Go enjoy your vacation we will keep the sawmill shop floor swept while you are away.
  7. Mark Inmon
    Mark Inmon
    I know it is HOT but progress on the mobile base.
  8. Roger Chandler
    Roger Chandler
    Hi Mark. I got stymied on them due to a bout with achillies tendonitis in my right ankle/heel, and for a week could not hardly put any weight on it. Doctor told me to stay off it, and gave me prescription anti-inflamatory meds and pain meds. It’s better, but not totally well now, but i did drill a few holes the other day. When I went to the hardware store for the nuts/bolts for the axles, I purchased a 14” metal chop saw made by Milwaukee Tools, with abrasive blade. I am expecting a 14” steel blade made by Evelouton to arrive from today, so I’ll be back at it shortly.
  9. Brice Rogers
    Brice Rogers
    Hi Roger, good to read you're posting again.

    I have a cheap 14 inch chop saw and it is a good addition to my collection of tools. Nothing special - - a HF tool.

    Things like tendonitis and muscle/tendon tears are slow to heal. Don't ask me how I know. ($20K buck in shoulder reconstruction/rehab).

    Good luck on your recovery, Roger.
  10. Roger Chandler
    Roger Chandler
    Thanks Brice!
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