That's a beautiful setup, Rembrandt!:rock:
You're an engineer, right?
Neither an engineer, machinist, nor nuclear physicist.....but I have stayed at a Holiday Inn Express. :biglaugh: (Just a picky home hobbyist)jtlittle said:He must be a machinist.
Your local welding shop should be able to help you out. If you bring a layout of your press's mounting holes, they could plasma cut or punch the holes for you.Where can I find metal plates, about 8-10 inches square to reinforce the mounting area for a press? I've seen these many times in reloading bench photos, some here, but I don't know where to find them.
I'm jealous of all the Blue paint on the bench. Makes my poor old 450 look primative. Nice layout!Richpetrone, Hardwood floors? Wow! I'm out in the garage. If I spilled molten lead on that floor or scratched it. My wife would go into orbit. Nice layout! That ceiling fan could be a little more manly. There wouldn't be lace curtains in that room? Just kidding. I'm jealous. :rock: Mine was $160 from Lowes
Sorry, hadn't checked this thread in a few days. The loader all the way to the right is a Spolar Gold shotshell loader. It's the best shotshell loader a person can buy. I was shooting about 20,000 registered ATA targets a year until about 18 months ago. Lead got to $45/25lb bag and I have just about quit. When I started shooting trap, it was $12/25lb bag. Anyway....gaspipes,
What kind of machine is that on the right side of the bench? BTW,, I'm just a little envious.