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Old 01-03-2015, 03:20 PM
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Bowling balls for a welding stand?

https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=758911284119042

I think it's damn neat!

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Old 01-03-2015, 03:41 PM
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That is slick !!!

I'm going to send that link to my brother, he does custom engraving(guns, knives, Harley parts) and it would be great for him with a small vice on top of the ball instead of a flat plate.
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That is a great idea.. Drill and tap the plate so various fixtures can be attached..Gotta make one..

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That is a great idea.. Drill and tap the plate so various fixtures can be attached..Gotta make one..

Sam
Me too! That would come in sooo handy sooo many times. I love that.

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I just picked up the HF welding table on sale. Now I have to make room for one of these, And have a different radius on each corner for hammer forming a part.
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I had seen that before, but I had forgotten about it.
It's pretty cool.
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Wow!!! What a great ideal.
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What a great idea!!!
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I have a bowling ball in the shop I use for hammer forming. Aluminum and steel work nice with the high durometer rubber.
Thinking about cutting one in half to make some different size pockets and forming edges.
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Awesome ideas!

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haha,,,very cool!
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I just picked up the HF welding table on sale. Now I have to make room for one of these, And have a different radius on each corner for hammer forming a part.
what do you think about that welding table? I'm in dire need of replacing my current welding table....wood and milk crates.

I imagine it's kind of flimsy. I guess it wouldn't matter if I had a sturdy table to bang on right next to it.
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OK, I have got to make one of those! That is just too cool!
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D**M now l have to make one of those also!!!!!! lol

Great idea

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After 30 years of welding in the field and using fixture jig in production. This is a cool diy project!
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