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Thanks for the feedback Revolver1911. Glad to know it helped out, and I'm sure you'll go from novice to pro in no time at all! Post your finished stuff for everyone to see if you can!
Hey Brenda: Glad you found the post helpful, and would love to see the finished projects you complete. Angle iron is the nicest stuff to work with and goes well with 1"x1" square steel tube...together, they cover most small to mid-sized project needs pretty well Good luck, and can't wait to see finished pix of your stuff!
Thanx for the kind comments.Appreciate the feedback.
Also good info, and thanks. We use a multispeed drill press, and it's not clear in the pix, but with that cut it was with oil feeding the cut the whole time. We also use 'speeds and feeds' tables for cuts, which allows you to determine the correct RPM for various drills (although speed/feed is usually associated with lathes and mills). Nothing worse than trying to force feed a pricey 1" or larger bit, only to ruin it (or in our case, have to cut it shorter and resharpen it)...patience is a virtue when drilling steel. Thanks again, and all good points to raise.
Love..Love...LOVE it. Just LOVE it.
MarkF30: Thanks for reading, and appreciate the tips. Welding isn't my main gig, so I'm sure even the welds could be way better by a pro, but appreciate the info on the heating, and thoughts on load distribution panel. Thanks for stopping by, and for taking time to check out the I-ble.
KSJUNTO: Thanks for taking the time to review. Appreciate the comments.
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Thanks for the kind comments TJDUX. It is definitely handy to have somewhere to hang a chain, and sounds like you know firsthand how handy it is. Glad to hear someone 'in the know' on farm life honestly thinks this is a useful instructable...makes my day to hear that...I was really afraid it was 'too simple' to interest anyone. Good luck, and you have some great Instructables written yourself! Thanks again.
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