Cold Metals

It’s filled with beautiful, old, in some cases, steampunk machines. Very dusty, but some is recent dust from the room. The result is that it’s hard to tell if it’s dusty from last week, or no one touching it for 3 years.

 

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Machine #1- Unlabeled Sander

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Machine #2  РJohnson Bandsaw Рlabeled and on Wiki

https://wiki.pumpingstationone.org/Johnson_Bandsaw

Johnson Bandsaw Р heavy duty metal-cutting saw. Wiki and tool are fine.

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label

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Machine #3 – Rockwell Drill Press FM50 – Unlabeled, cannot find on Wiki

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Machine #4 – Aluminum Sheet Cutter. Unlisted, could not find on Wiki

This description comes from the text written in dust.

 

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Machine #5- Clausing Lathe.

No label, but on Wiki — https://wiki.pumpingstationone.org/Clausing_Lathe

 

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Machine #6 – Lab Furnace – Name changed to Muffle Box Furnace

https://wiki.pumpingstationone.org/Muffle_Box_Furnace

 

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Machine #7 – DoALL Drill
https://wiki.pumpingstationone.org/DoAll_Drill_Press

Wiki lists it as usable, but notes say unusable.

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Machine #8 – Bridgeport – Not sure, not labeled

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awesome retro interface

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Machine #9 – Sander (underneath box) – unlabeled

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Machine #10 – covered

https://wiki.pumpingstationone.org/Rockwell_Hardness_Tester

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Machine #11 – Craftsman tool. unknow, unlabeled

 

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angle

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Machine #12 – unknown, unlabeled

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Machine #13 – DoAll Bandsaw

https://wiki.pumpingstationone.org/DoAll_Bandsaw

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2 others (not in cold metals area)

Machine #14 -Skapeoko

Needs label, listed as not usable

https://wiki.pumpingstationone.org/ShapeOko2_CNC_Router

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