Category Archives: Machining

Machining Civil War Era Cannons

If you know me or have followed my blog for a while, you might already know that I’m a bit of a Civil War buff. It turns out that my knowledge of this era came in kind of handy. Jay … Continue reading

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Jay’s Basement Workshop

Christmas has come and gone, so yet again Jay has another piece of equipment that must be added to his workshop. His work area always seems to be changing, too. For example, last February this is what it looked like: … Continue reading

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Milling A Steam Engine – Part 2

In case you have forgotten, this is what Jay was milling: Now, I had left it up to Jay to take pictures of his progress so that I could post them here. However, when I saw what he had taken … Continue reading

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Milling A Steam Engine – Part 1

A few weeks ago I woke up in the middle of the night and was confused about what Jay was watching on TV. He has to fall asleep with the TV on, so it’s not unusual for me to wake … Continue reading

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