Wednesday, April 07, 2004

Okay, lots of stuff going on now. I'm not smart enough to leave things alone, so now we have a lame-O banner above this. It stinks, but remember, it'll be your only way back here 'cause the whole web page is having a hard time getting back home. It'll pop up in a new window, but it's all good. Enjoy!

Tuesday, April 06, 2004

Well, 10 months later, I finally got tired of the missing stuff on the right-hand side of the page. I finally figured out how to fix it, and I've also enabled (and fixed all the other) theme changes. If you're a registered user, you can now change the theme of the site by clicking on the 'my account' link on the left. I wasn't able to change the PostNuke Silver theme, and I don't have all the pictures some of the themes require, so it may be sketchy. That's it for now, have fun with it, kids!

Monday, April 05, 2004

Here's a picture of the milling machine.

I won't exactly be making my own billet wheels anytime soon with it, but it's going to be good for stupid little machining projects, like slotting things and making bolt circles.

Here's a link to the info about the TIG welder: I got the DX Model.
Well, as long as I'm posting something, I should remember - I just added another gallery of 'shop' stuff, too. You can see some of the aluminum welds there.
Okay, I just really got tired of seeing the same crap here. Nothing earth-shattering has happened since I last wrote something here, but I have had a few adventures. I spent much of December 2003 and part of January 2004 in Helsinki, Finland - I don't recommend it, unless you really like cold weather... Still had a fun time, 'cause Helsinki is cool. Went from there and met the Queen Mary II for a transatlantic crossing with ABC's Good Morning America - that was okay. I bought a small milling machine, and intend to eventually convert it to CNC so I can further my fabricating capabilities, and I just got a Miller Dynasty 200 DX TIG welder, so now no metal is safe. :-) Still learning how to work the welder, but I've already been able to weld some aluminum - one of the main reasons I went with the TIG welder. I kept my old MIG welder as well, so I should be able to fabricate nearly anything I can imagine now. Just a matter of the time to do it.
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