Hello all. Just thought I would pass along my version of a bowling ball vice in case it might be of help to someone I cut just enough of a flat on it to seat a drill press vice, then in a lathe cut a 3/8 groove in the bottom to fit in a 6" PVC glue cap. Mounted cap to board for a solid base so vice can spin on the horizontal, or lifted out of the groove it can be tilted. Dave
i'm not sure what the problem is. im one of the forum moderators. when a newbe first posts, they are set aside for approval by one of the mods. i have not seen any posting that you did. the only reason a mod would nix them purposely, would be if the post violated any of the forum rules. political, religious, cursing,, whtever. hopefully a member that's far more computer savvy can solve yer problem.
Brant, Thank you for your very supportive and inspirational Cafe reply to to Monica.
She has worked diligently to learn engraving.
Like you, I was inspired to see what she designed, inlaid and engraved for her NASA presentation.
I feel sure that she really appreciated your thoughtful comments.
Stay well. John
leonardo: i'm interested in buying one of your ring lites. please email details to email@example.com when it is convenient for you. thank you for the helpful info you share with us on the forum. monk
Steve, I found a picture of a Las Cruses bit you had engraved. I believe it is one that I have acquired. If you get this message, can you please message me back. The bit is one of me most treasured pieces, I would like to talk to you about it. Thank you, Scott