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    I'll PM you about the Delrin.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Seebold View Post
    I like the idea of the shop on the property but I’m almost 75 years old and I thought what do I do with the shop when I get ready to hang it up. I don’t think I want to have a 6 or 700 sq. ft. building that just sits there empty.

    I’ve been working in my garage by myself for almost 8 years, and now I want to get in a shop where people come around.
    I understand. I'm 70 so getting up there also. The difference is that I keep buying more stuff and I don't have any room left in a 1200 sq/ft shop. But my son works with me or maybe I should say I kinda work for him, and we just hired a young lad of 19.

    I'm sure you can find a suitable building somewhere in the area. To get a place that small you might have to share shop space with someone, most commercial type shop spaces start out at least 1000 sq/ft, at least the ones I can find with a quick search. My youngest son has talked about renting out a large bay in his auto shop, so you might be able to find something like that.

    Jim Dawson
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    Delrin is spoken for. It will be gone tomorrow afternoon.

    You can buy GOOD PARTS or you can buy CHEAP PARTS, but you can't buy GOOD CHEAP PARTS.


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    I want to be in an area where I can rent a small (600 to 700 sq. ft.) industrial building where I can set up my Tormach and conventional lathe.
    Suggestion: make sure it has 3-phase power. I could not live without.

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Seebold View Post
    Either Northern Oregon or Southern Washington. Anywhere out of California.
    We bought a house last Sunday in Vancouver Washington.

    You can buy GOOD PARTS or you can buy CHEAP PARTS, but you can't buy GOOD CHEAP PARTS.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Seebold View Post
    We bought a house last Sunday in Vancouver Washington.

    Congratulations! Welcome to the Pacific Northwest

    Jim Dawson
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    Congratulations! Welcome to the Pacific Northwest
    Well, I flew up to meet with the inspector yesterday and there’s just too much wrong with the house. It’s gonna take about $200K to make it livable, then I’d have a $600K house in a $400K neighborhood.

    You can buy GOOD PARTS or you can buy CHEAP PARTS, but you can't buy GOOD CHEAP PARTS.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Seebold View Post
    Well, I flew up to meet with the inspector yesterday and there’s just too much wrong with the house. It’s gonna take about $200K to make it livable, then I’d have a $600K house in a $400K neighborhood.
    Well that just sucks.

    Jim Dawson
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