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  • Welcome Aboard

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    This is not CNC, this is just a 56 year old lathe running a hydraulic tracer against a Plasma cut pattern, created by an 56 year old jobber, walking the talk and getter done! ;{)------ Show less
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    • Buffy Gets A New Set Of Spindle Bearings Part One - Duration: 20 minutes.

      • 2 hours ago
      • 2,617 views
      Pulling the spindle out of a series 1 Bridgeport Mill to replace the bearings, talking about the oiling path and a few other tips on the procedure. This will be the lead off video for the refurbish...
    • What's in your box? Giveaway 2017 Part Two - Duration: 59 minutes.

      • 1 day ago
      • 4,396 views
      What’s in your box? Giveaway 2017
      Welcome to Turn Wright Machine Works, my name is Keith Fenner and this is the Part Two, of our fourth annual tool box giveaway, a seek to find worthy students and ...
    • Exploring DIY Kits 3D Printer & Oscilloscope - Duration: 1 hour, 48 minutes.

      • 2 weeks ago
      • 20,680 views
      Exploring DIY Kits 3D Printer & Oscilloscope
      Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to branding deals with Gear Best, walking the talk with the longest video, on a DIY project having the shortest instructi...
    • The Apprentice After Hours Tutoring - Duration: 49 minutes.

      • 3 weeks ago
      • 41,830 views
      We introduce my secret after hours apprentice Harry. Harry and I share some of the shop projects we have been working on and a little bit about the Bridgeport project we just started last week. One...
    • Steam Wagon Ho Part Eleven - Duration: 51 minutes.

      • 1 month ago
      • 37,196 views
      Replicating a 1/8 scale Clayton Steam Wagon Drive Shaft, using the newly reassembled 1988 Rutland Lathe and the old Bridgeport. In Part Eleven, we mill a couple flats on the drill guide and then st...
    • Steam Wagon Ho Part Ten - Duration: 43 minutes.

      • 1 month ago
      • 41,624 views
      Replicating a 1/8 scale Clayton Steam Wagon Drive Shaft, using the newly reassembled 1988 Rutland Lathe and the old Bridgeport. In Part Ten, We split the drill guide and clean the split line, fabri...
    • Steam Wagon Ho Part Nine - Duration: 29 minutes.

      • 1 month ago
      • 38,752 views
      Replicating a 1/8 scale Clayton Steam Wagon Drive Shaft, using the newly reassembled 1988 Rutland Lathe and the old Bridgeport. In Part Nine, we finish turning and then part off the two piece sold...
    • Thats Just Nuts! - Duration: 4 minutes, 34 seconds.

      • 1 month ago
      • 25,568 views
      I know I've been pretty busy to create videos, but set the camera up for this one scene, during the shafting job, had to make a half nylock nut! Some ask why did you use the four jaw over a three j...
    • Steam Wagon Ho Part Eight - Duration: 53 minutes.

      • 1 month ago
      • 42,622 views
      Replicating a 1/8 scale Clayton Steam Wagon Drive Shaft, using the newly reassembled 1988 Rutland Lathe. In Part Eight, we give a brief description of how we are going to put the twelve hole patter...
    • Steam Wagon Ho Part Seven - Duration: 26 minutes.

      • 1 month ago
      • 35,081 views
      Replicating a 1/8 scale Clayton Steam Wagon Drive Shaft, using the newly reassembled 1988 Rutland Lathe. In Part seven we set up and mill the keyways in the shaft to drive the wheels and the holes...
    • What's In Your Box? 2017 Giveaway Part One - Duration: 30 minutes.

      • 2 months ago
      • 9,883 views
      What’s in your box? Giveaway 2017
      Welcome to Turn Wright Machine Works, my name is Keith Fenner and this is the introduction to our fourth annual tool box giveaway, a seek to find worthy students a...
    • Steam Wagon Ho Part Six - Duration: 36 minutes.

      • 2 months ago
      • 38,293 views
      Replicating a 1/8 scale Clayton Steam Wagon Drive Shaft, using the newly reassembled 1988 Rutland Lathe. In Part Six, we finish turning all of the diameters and faces between the flanges and the fl...
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    • Super Shaker - Duration: 30 minutes.

      • 4 years ago
      • 938,317 views
      The Super Shaker; our customer is into sand &recycling and one of their shakers shut down for some repairs and we were asked to do the machining for the hinge section on the piece of equipment. Lea...
    • Shortening Your Pick Up Line Part Two - Duration: 24 minutes.

      • 5 months ago
      • 579,775 views
      Shortening a long Perkins Diesel Pick up tube, to make the shorter version made to fit pan configuration in an antique LiftAll Machine. Part Two , we finish up the support and second roller to assi...
    • Welcome Aboard - Duration: 87 seconds.

      • 3 years ago
      • 485,583 views
      This is not CNC, this is just a 56 year old lathe running a hydraulic tracer against a Plasma cut pattern, created by an 56 year old jobber, walking the talk and getter done! ;{)------
    • Broach It - Duration: 9 minutes, 52 seconds.

      • 5 years ago
      • 399,152 views
      Broaching a keyway in a tapered bore and a Tip on making your own shims for broachs...
    • Chewy Chewy - Duration: 15 minutes.

      • 5 years ago
      • 350,437 views
      Bore and sleeve a sprocket assembly, to suit new brearings... What looks pretty chewed up to one, may not to another! Doing proper preventive maintainience is like having a lower deductable on your...
    • So you broke it off, in your hole! Part 1 - Duration: 14 minutes.

      • 5 years ago
      • 321,794 views
      Removing pecker tracks from attempted repair, easy out gone bad...
    • Checking out the Beaver! - Duration: 18 minutes.

      • 4 years ago
      • 292,910 views
      Checking out the Beaver; A Vermeer 1800-A with a 110 HP John Deere, I Tech Motor W / Turbo, spinning a chipping drum a minimum of 2,000 RPM's and the shaft breaks and becomes three pieces! That w...
    • Super Shaker 2 - Duration: 30 minutes.

      • 4 years ago
      • 268,707 views
      The Super Shaker 2; our customer is into sand &recycling and one of their shakers shut down for some repairs and we were asked to do the machining for the hinge section on the piece of equipment. I...
    • How do you hold it? - Duration: 49 minutes.

      • 2 years ago
      • 264,872 views
      We share one of the ways to hold an object in the mill without using the vice, while we set up and remove a broken off bolt that has been galled in place then hand drilled as an attempt to remove i...
    • Put A Head On Your Thread - Duration: 27 minutes.

      • 1 year ago
      • 255,669 views
      Put a head on your thread, when your broken bolt is just about flush with the surface, with a little tig welding and torch heat used, the job becomes possible to remove the broken bolt and reuse th...
    • Between the Boxes Part 1 - Duration: 29 minutes.

      • 4 years ago
      • 253,935 views
      Between the Boxes; So! I was in the middle of editing the {What's in your Box?} Videos and this job came in! A couple of you were asking to get back to the Lathe, Mill and PlasmaCAM, so I grabbed m...
    • Blazing Brazing PART 1 - Duration: 14 minutes.

      • 5 years ago
      • 217,297 views
      A preview on a few of my brazing techniques...
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  • The Manual 3D Metal Printer Series Play all

    Manual 3 D printing is a reference to replicating a boss or building up a structure to suit an accessory or repair a broken part and this can be done by a weld fusion overlay process, like building drip castles on the beach, as long as all situations are just right. This non profit project will take you under the hood of a welding helmet and show you how weld building aluminum can create solid metal mass to incorporate an accessory and also repair and reconstruct the existing mass that had to be removed to fix a mishap. This series has got 4.425 hours of how I getter done, even when things go wrong, I thought there may be a few tips and tricks, I can show you, so I kept rolling the project and take you to the finish along a multiple step process to prove, every step. I strive to bring you in closer and show you more in each video in this nine part series. ;{)-----
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  • Wing It Play all

    Wing It; we are starting on a new project and this is a rudder and shaft replacement project. The rudders that we are creating are going to be the third set of rudders that have been built for the cat boat, involved.
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  • Super Shaker project Play all

    The Super Shaker; our customer is into sand &recycling and one of their shakers shut down for some repairs and we were asked to do the machining for the hinge section on the piece of equipment. Leading off the series is an introduction of the project and prepping the shaft to be used creating trueness and bearing fits, Touching a bit on the use of snap gauges, Then moving on to dressing the ends of the mechanical tubing and the boring bar centers on each end. We then modify a set of cradle mounts for the lathe to hold cylindrical pieces for line boring.

    The Super Shaker 2; In part 2, we do all the turning & welding needed to create the basic additional bearing supports and start the installation of the toolbit insert.

    The Super Shaker 3; In part 3, we finish the tool bit insert and then mill, drill & tap to complete the additional bearing supports.

    The Super Shaker 4; In part 4, we dial in the first sleeve and sharpen a brazed tool bit with a chip breaker and remove the first chips from the bore on the longest sleeve in this project.

    The Super Shaker 5; In part 5, we finish the long sleeve and set up and complete the machining on the two remaining sleeves that finish the required work in this project, proving a successful line boring job in the lathe.
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  • The Million Dollar Rest! Mail Call Play all

    The million Dollar Rest; this is a Mail Call project, sent to us by Tony Bonaviso, owner of Consolidated Machine & Welding, in New York, Tony has a 13" Le Blond lathe, which I thought was a Southbend, hence me calling it one, during the video series, with a broken pivot support ear and also was missing the entire top half. He sent it up to us to fix the ear, replace the missing top and add rollers to the final supports fingers. We combine the use of four machines and throw in some hands on talents to bring life back to this little steady rest that would have broken any small shops piggy bank in the tooling budget, but when I heard of the project, I decided to take it on as a Mail Call project for you the viewers. I took some time over a three day period to set up and film this project. Tony was only charged a token value of a good steady rest and the remaining time and materials that put this steady rest over the budget we donated, just for you!
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