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If You Can Add One More Guy.....Would Be Highly Appreiciated!!!! rasdmt@sofast.net.... Kool Plans!!!! Thanx! Ron
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That is so cool. My dad works at a place with a CMC plasma table. I teach various CAD programs and we get into some CNC, but I have never seen this done.

Dad and I could build one for his workshop with these plans. He would love it.
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If the board gave awards for good thinkng... You would be the winner. It seems so obvious now that I see it. I can believe I have never seen one of these before. I am familiar with CNC machines with all the complicated stepper motors and thousand dollar software packages. I think I will give builing this try.

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This is so cool.. thanks for posting your plans. I want to take the plastic gears out of my son's battery powered 4wheeler and make metal ones. This should help once I am able to build it.
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Thank You Highly For Plans.....It Takes A Special Person! Rasford
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Not free but here is another option from Steve Smith Autosports. Not only has a good flame cutting pantograph design, also has easy to make metal brake, hydraulic press (Harbor Freight press is dirt cheap and very good - probably isn't worth building your own), engine hoist (ditto the press comment), engine stand (ditto, ditto), and a chassis/body rotisserie design which is a popular question on this board. Also has some fabrication tips for the novice metal worker. Pretty good reference book, well worth the $20 tab.

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I've got that book as well... well worth the $$$.
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If you don't mind one more, me too, please Tom. ngdoupe@sasktel.net
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Thanks for telling us about the book Willys 36, It will be one more added to the library. Amazon.com shows some used ones but they are only a dollar off new.
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Attached is a picture of a flame pattern cutter I built years ago and was published in "The Home Shop Machinist" It will trace a wooden pattern manually and cut steel plate. I have cut brake brackets, motor mounts, axle brackets ect on it. I can supply you with plans for free!

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Tom
Tom,
If you still have these plans available I would like a set this is just way cool!
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