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Take a look. These would keep welders busy for awhile.
Looks like I found something to do this winter. I've decided to build the backhoe attach. for my Bobcat. Proably try some other projects too. This could be fun!!
Some interesting projects there!
Actually, anytime I work from a drawing it feels strange. Most of the time, I find myself on jobs where things have to be figured out "as you go", both in repair welding and building things like conveyor legs/guards/hoppers etc from scratch. I always have pad & pen handy to make sketches as required, but usually the official "blueprint" is in my head..................
Has anyone seen a set of the cadplans drawings? On occasion, I've made some CAD drawings for use at my work and I find after a day of doing that sort of "brain work" and trying to make sure enough information is presented (in legible fashion) for someone to build a project to be I'm just as tired as if I'd put in 10 hours out at the pit! Making a drawing 'ain't as easy as it looks!