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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2050 on: June 01, 2017, 12:34:48 PM »
However, there was some damage to the machine in shipping, didn't seem to affect usability, but i need to contact the company and see if they'll ship just a replacement part, or if the whole thing has to go back  :|

Ah dammit man, that sucks.  good luck!

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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2051 on: June 01, 2017, 08:10:08 PM »
Well, a 5 minute call and a few pictures sent and they've already responded saying they'll ship replacement parts.... So far so good

Dave, you'll have to share more about what goes into that process at some point. Whether multiple pattern sheets are used, or if you pick out different pieces from the templates at different stages of the soaking
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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2052 on: June 02, 2017, 08:48:50 AM »
Well, a 5 minute call and a few pictures sent and they've already responded saying they'll ship replacement parts.... So far so good

Dave, you'll have to share more about what goes into that process at some point. Whether multiple pattern sheets are used, or if you pick out different pieces from the templates at different stages of the soaking

Sure thing.  In general, unless you're dying the whole head 1 color, you probably want to start with a minty fresh new head.  Used heads can be cleaned up, but have scrapes and texture differences all over, which can make the dye coloration look splotchy.  Also, you have to wash the heads with dish soap and warm water, to get off human skin oils and the mold release agent from the manufacturer.  Alas, I do sometimes dye used stuff: one of the heads I picked was a Play it Again used special, and the other was a Dick's bargain-bin find.  In total, about $30 for the 2 heads.  Top of the line stuff goes for about a hundred bucks a pop, but I wasn't gonna experiment with that kind of cost..." for giggles." The camo string kit cost about as much as the actual plastic heads.

Here's the gist for this one:

The head Itself is neon green.  I cut many MANY little hexagons, by hand, from 3m Auto wrap vinyl, and put them on the head in the places where I wanted the green to be seen.  Everywhere I wanted black, I just left exposed.  I got a pot of black dye (RIT black dye, water, salt, white vinegar) boiling then brought it down to a simmer.  dropped the whole head in the pot for a few minutes, and fished it out with  a straightened metal coat hangar.  Then, literally, rinsed and repeated until the black was almost dark enough.  Then I pulled a few random hexagons off, gave it a quick dip and rinse.  Then I pulled off a few more, and gave it a final dip and rinse.  Soaked it in cold water for 30 minutes, then peeled off the vinyl.  So you have black as the primary head color, with neon green as the secondary, and a few darker scales here and there.  It's kind of a linear process.  The vinyl cut/stick/dye process was probably 7-8 hours total.  Red Star Lacrosse on youtube has a video where he did the same dye job on a similar head, though i'd bet he's using a cutter.

With this one:


It's definitely more involved.  When dying, you always go from lightest color to darkest as you layer.  I only have one sacrificial pot, so 1 color at a time certainly added to the time spent.
  • 1st Color Grey: I took a white head and dyed the whole thing light grey using the process above.  Then, I masked the entire inside of the head with vinyl.  Because of the time, effort, and number of colors involved, I actually did 2 heads at the same time in case I messed one up. 
  • 2nd Color Tan: Then I used the dye process with tan and 'camel' dye to do the second color.  At this point, the head is 2 colors: grey inside, under the mask, and a weird yellow/tan/green on the outside.  The dye did not come out the color I wanted, but still looks cool. On the other un-pictured head, it was definitely more of a true tan.
  • Now the pain in the ass part: Hand cut a bunch of random shapes for the camo pattern.  A cutter for the 'blob shapes' would've saved huuuge amounts of time here
  • 1st Layer of camo masking: this is going to cover up everywhere on the head that I want to be "tan". 
  • 3rd Color Green:  I prep the 3rd color, forest green, and submerge the heads again, a few cycles to get the color I want.  So now the inner part of the head is grey, what I've masked on the outside is tan blobs, and the remaining color negative space on the head is all forest green
  • 2nd Layer of camo masking:  this is going to cover up everywhere on the head that I want to be forest green.  I ran out of camo blobs here, so I had to cut more.  The main difference between submersion dying and standard paint masking is that you cannot reliably overlap layers.  Water/dye will find it's way in between them and dye the 'cracks' the darkest color on the project
  • 4th Color Dark Brown:  Prep and submerge with the Brown dye mix.  Rinse and repeat to get desired color.  On this head it's nearly black, on the other one it's much closer to a true Brown. So now: grey, tan, and green are all masked, and the 'negative space' that was exposed to the dye is all dark brown
  • Rinse, then soak in cold water.
  • Spend minutes-to-hours peeling off all the little vinyl bits. 


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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2053 on: June 02, 2017, 10:12:40 AM »
Well, that sure was..... In depth lol  i hope that was a copy/paste from a previous write up

Much more clear now, thanks. Just knowing neon green was the base color of that first one made it make more sense right away.
Definitely a big pain in the ass! But knowing your hand placing the "blobs"/" diamonds" and not laying down a whole template, where the pattern is a negative...... Yeah, entire sheets of those shapes could be layed out and cut with ease  :mrgreen:
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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2054 on: June 02, 2017, 10:57:10 AM »
Well, that sure was..... In depth lol  i hope that was a copy/paste from a previous write up

Much more clear now, thanks. Just knowing neon green was the base color of that first one made it make more sense right away.
Definitely a big pain in the ass! But knowing your hand placing the "blobs"/" diamonds" and not laying down a whole template, where the pattern is a negative...... Yeah, entire sheets of those shapes could be layed out and cut with ease  :mrgreen:

Much better than xacto knife or scissors.   I had the writeup in an email to someone I used to work with, I just formatted it a little more logically.

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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2055 on: June 13, 2017, 09:17:14 AM »


Last payment just came out this morning  :lol:
This is the first time I've had a car paid off without wanting/needing to replace it first, and really don't feel like I'm going to want to for a while yet, still pretty happy with it. Time to enjoy one less bill for a while  :-)
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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2056 on: June 13, 2017, 09:53:17 AM »
Oh, very nice!  My Mazda would've been paid off if I hadn't bought the Subaru a replacement engine :coolsmiley:

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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2057 on: June 13, 2017, 11:36:02 AM »
Lol yeah, having just one car can be easier sometimes (less fun, but easier)
This was just on time though, didn't pay off early or anything. I had put enough down to do the rest on a 3 year loan.... And at .9% I didn't see a need to pay it down faster


And just for fun, an attachment of some stuff I actually did buy this past weekend. A couple more old planes (FINALLY found a No5 Stanley in decent shape at an insane price), and two crazy heavy duty tap and die sets. Probably overkill for most things I'd need to tap, but they just looked so bad ass and everything was priced very well. The two planes and the draw knife were probably worth close to what I paid for everything there
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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2058 on: June 13, 2017, 12:59:29 PM »
Congrats on paying the car off!

I see this as the perfect opportunity for you.  Car is all yours, new vinyl cutter.  Fast and Furious wrap job!

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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2059 on: June 13, 2017, 02:22:33 PM »
Thanks!  :-)

And, no. Just... No  :2funny:
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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2060 on: June 18, 2017, 06:41:35 PM »
Anyway, here's my newest upgrade :

Sorry it's sideways  :roll:

For lack of a better place to put this....an exciting update on the saw
Finally got my "shop" all rearranged today to the point where I could move the saw out there (it's been a super busy month), and did some test cutting
Very happy with this purchase now  :lol:
Standard cuts went fine, as expected. Loving the better fence system on this thing

But the big test was resawing, something I've never been able to do with my crappy old saw.
With a piece of scrap pine board and two test cuts under my belt, i set the fence and took a real thin slice.
On a board that was approximately 7"x3" I ended up with a piece measuring .0385" all down the length of one edge, and .0395" along the other.

Not sure if my table is off a fraction of a degree, or if the fence is, or what...but not bad considering it was my third attempt, and using the stock 3/8" blade that came with it!

With a wider blade meant for resawing, a little more for tuning, and a little more practice, I see many possibilities here for glue ups with thin strips for accent liners between segments and other ideas... Which is exciting to me because I've been feeling a bit lazy about getting back to making stuff this year  :|
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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2061 on: June 19, 2017, 08:13:21 AM »
With a wider blade meant for resawing, a little more for tuning, and a little more practice, I see many possibilities here for glue ups with thin strips for accent liners between segments and other ideas... Which is exciting to me because I've been feeling a bit lazy about getting back to making stuff this year  :|

Get motivated! 

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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2062 on: June 19, 2017, 12:57:06 PM »
I'm working on it lol
Been spending too much time on other people's projects and not thinking much about my own lately
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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2063 on: June 20, 2017, 10:28:28 PM »
But that apparently doesn't stop me from acquiring tools!  :crazy2:


A set of 3 Adzes and a bearded hatchet with a mini Adze on the back end just arrived from Bulgaria, of all places. Thanks eBay!  :lol:

Only played with them for a couple minutes on lunch today, seem to be good quality, but i think they're all gonna need some nicer handles
Need to find some nice logs now for doing some bowls and spoons and shit
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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2064 on: July 14, 2017, 11:12:21 AM »


Found it local, for 150.00  needed lots of work, but she's all fixed up now, got all myparts from Grainger.

it's fun being a Certified Champion Tech.. LOL
Replaced , Belt, air filter, pressure switch, wiring,  motor capacitors, drain valve, did a oil change with Champion blue lube.  Also replaced the Reed valves due to lost compression, new gaskets for head ,and inline check valve.   ( This is a Champion compressor )  then it received a paint treatment and dressing.. .LOL  1997 unit looks and runs like brand new.   !!

Time for some interior Tornador cleaning now.  :coolsmiley:

 1000.00 compressor  new..   all said and done i got 250 into it.  should of got the 50 ft hose instead of the 25 but hey..
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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2065 on: July 14, 2017, 03:19:01 PM »
I've always wondered what makes any compressor worth $1,000??
Is there really that much of a difference between this and something that only cost $200 new?
Just wondering...

Looks great though, congrats on finding a deal!
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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2066 on: July 14, 2017, 07:15:58 PM »
I bet it's quieter than my cheap-o compressor.  That would make it worth more to me.
Nice compressor !
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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2067 on: July 14, 2017, 10:04:12 PM »
I've always wondered what makes any compressor worth $1,000??
Is there really that much of a difference between this and something that only cost $200 new?
Just wondering...

Looks great though, congrats on finding a deal!

Well this motor is 110VAC and 220VAC sensing motor.  So a new motor of this style would be 400.00  prolly 250 cost to a vendor.   The original Cast Iron series Compressor pumps that are single or 2 stage really is what makes a difference in the amount of air it produces at a faster rate so you pay for that as well.  As far as a compressor that only costs 200 ,  It's a different pump design oil less .. Mine is a splash feed style.   Champion makes the best compressors in my opinion.. and that's due to working on them for 7 years.  I have seen almost every style , Rotary Screw ,, and Piston.. 

This is 145PSIG and 5.5 CFM at 90 PSI.   It holds 80 PSIG when fully loaded and drained.  Working on a water trap now for condensation!.


I was really amazed when i decided to detail the paint.. LOL  it really came back to life! LOL 

Thanks !

I bet it's quieter than my cheap-o compressor.  That would make it worth more to me.
Nice compressor !

I would say is still loud, but not as loud as a R15,or R30 120 gallon verticle.
Ya i was really excited I have wanted a compressor for years! But i wanted to   a champion ,, and I also wanted  something i could fix up!  Best things come to those who wait  I Guess.   :smitten:

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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2068 on: July 15, 2017, 11:50:45 PM »
Interesting info, thanks

I got a helluva deal myself today, but don't have pictures because photobucket is a giant bag of dicks  :tickedoff:

Anywho, i found a Tormek SuperGrind 2000 at an estate sale today, along with a bunch of jigs for it. It's a 10", low speed, water cooled grinding stone.
It's an older model, but would fall somewhere between the current T4 (~$400) and the T8 (~$720)..... Having trouble finding the original price, but found a post by someone thrilled they had found this model on clearance for $380 at Rockler once upon a time, so that's saying something to the original price

The accessories it came with tally up to about $400
3 knife jigs ($34, $40, $57)
Scissor jig ($55)
2 Square edge jigs ($70, $85)
Tool rest ($40)
Honing compound ($11)

I paid $105 for the lot  :evil:

All I need to be completely happy with it is the truing tool and the stone grader (about another $120)
Which would put me $225 into it for a ~$1,000 sharpening setup


Edit: i painstakingly trued up the stone with a diamond dressing tool i had for my other grinder (now I see why the truing tool they make for this is around $90 lol)
And in the course of a couple episodes of Wentworth, i was able to get 6 chisels and 1 plane blade shaving sharp and perfectly square  :smitten:
(including flattening the back sides better than I had previously done)

All the pressure and time in the world, and the blades don't even get warm to the touch, much less hot enough to ruin the temper, which the other grinder can easily do in half a second of carelessness (even with the special Norton "fryable" wheel on that one).
I think this is my most exciting garage sale find ever  :lol:
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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2069 on: August 01, 2017, 01:43:06 PM »
Recently got into locksport and have been getting padlocks randomly from garage sales, and targeted from amazon.

I just ordered a bunch of gage feelers to start fabricating my own picks. Or, most likely accidently start a fire while I try to fabricate.




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« Reply #2070 on: August 02, 2017, 10:39:38 AM »
An interesting hobby to get into. I played with it a bit when I was younger, but never very seriously
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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2071 on: August 02, 2017, 01:24:11 PM »
An interesting hobby to get into. I played with it a bit when I was younger, but never very seriously

I find it really satisfying. I like the idea of fabricating my own picks, and targeting a step up from just bare metal. But I need to figure out how wood working and handle scales work, I've been digging a little into knife scaling and handle making, I figure the process should be similar but smaller.
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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2072 on: August 02, 2017, 04:20:16 PM »
There's a million ways to do them, all depends on what tools you have available to you
With something that small that won't see a lot of abuse, you could go as simple as epoxying thin strips and shaping with a file or sandpaper
Though, i figure it never hurts to drill a couple quick holes and throw some pins in there if you have a drill press, some brass rod, and a ball peen hammer and something anvil-like  :mrgreen:

Btw, was that you i was leap-frogging on my way to Schenectady yesterday afternoon?
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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2073 on: August 03, 2017, 09:53:35 AM »
There's a million ways to do them, all depends on what tools you have available to you
With something that small that won't see a lot of abuse, you could go as simple as epoxying thin strips and shaping with a file or sandpaper
Though, i figure it never hurts to drill a couple quick holes and throw some pins in there if you have a drill press, some brass rod, and a ball peen hammer and something anvil-like  :mrgreen:

Btw, was that you i was leap-frogging on my way to Schenectady yesterday afternoon?

Yeah, I've got a basic dremel, and some work surfaces. No drill press, but I can figure out making a few holes.

Alas it was not. I was tied to my desk in Albany and did not head out Schenectady side yesterday.
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Re: Post a picture of your recent purchase
« Reply #2074 on: August 03, 2017, 02:46:28 PM »
Straightness is going to be the key to avoiding frustration with pins. I'm sure you can guess how I know lol
They make presses to put a dremel in that actually work pretty well, and can be found cheap from time to time. I had one i bought for like $5 just missing the round knob on the handle, but i gave that one away a while ago.
If you don't want to go that route, just make sure you leave extra material around the edges to take off after assembly.  Either way, have all layers glued and clamped before drilling  :mrgreen:

Ah. Well then, you've got a doppelganger cruising around out there :-D
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