We've recently acquired a restoration project from one of our clients. Figured we would showcase a little craftsmanship in a small clip we made while we were restoring the column, knee and saddle. This "internet" and "video" thing is fairly new to us so please bare with us in these ameteuresque shots.
[nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQhsDtS--wU"]YouTube- Scraping and Flaking[/nomedia]
(We don't know how to embed on these forums, yet!)
Overview: Basically, our client wanted a complete restore of their knee mill, this gave us the opportunity to really go to town and restore this machine to its former glory (which to us is a much higher value in today's economy). We've pretty much left some wiggle room to compensate for any wear they may put into it, so the column (knee, saddle and table for that matter) doesn't wear-down from the get go.
Hope you enjoy it (even though it's a small snippet!)
Oh and, feel free to provide your feedback. We used Biax for the automatic tools showcased, here. One equipped with a scraping tool, the other with a flaking tool. Biax owns!