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  • jgarrett forsberg
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    Originally posted by tool fan View Post
    Jack, you take machine restoration to a level that no one else can possibly achieve. Every time I watch one of your videos, I am absolutely amazed.
    Thanks . But there are some amazing restoration people out there and perhaps I’ve developed a style is all. Anything I do is most certainly achievable by those that have the passion to do the best they can. Striving for the best is not the same as being a perfectionist. Being a perfectionist is filled with disappointment because it’s unachievable but doing the best you can is filled with joy
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  • tool fan
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    Jack, you take machine restoration to a level that no one else can possibly achieve. Every time I watch one of your videos, I am absolutely amazed.

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    getting closer .

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    https://www.youtube.com/user/thomasutley

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    switch plate in 3/16 brass

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    More or less an update to my followers on YouTube and Instagram and the Forums. Thank you to all that follow along and comment I really do appreciate each and everyone of them


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  • jgarrett forsberg
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    Simply Awesome! What did you do with the festo bell housing cover? It looks copperery.
    Must be the light and the dust settled on it it’s just semi gloss black

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  • emchdev
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    Simply Awesome! What did you do with the festo bell housing cover? It looks copperery.

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    Yup! Looks great!

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  • emchdev
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    Hellyah! I like it! Gets the job done, has a tad of color and not too busy. Good design. It would be nice if the black was finished out with starrett black wrinkle paint. I will be using some of it later on so I will need to do my research on this paint.

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  • emchdev
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    That is how you do the tags. Some tags are plain while others are horid complex. But you need the tags. I think we need to make a unique tag for ourselves so others may see who did the restoration. Jack's PK has no less than three tags including the wadkin tag. Mine only had the one wadkin tag. So I will add my personal tag and a tag outlining any major electrical changes that may need to be made.

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