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    Default Re: More New Toys To Build Attachments With!!

    [QUOTE=EverythingAttachments;3006294] There is no attachment currently made that we cannot improve upon with our machinery and experience in design.[/SUP]

    Pretty broad statement.

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    Default Re: More New Toys To Build Attachments With!!

    [QUOTE=jmc;3006636]
    Quote Originally Posted by EverythingAttachments View Post
    There is no attachment currently made that we cannot improve upon with our machinery and experience in design.[/SUP]

    Pretty broad statement.
    Yes, Ted likes to talk in absolutes.
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    Default Re: More New Toys To Build Attachments With!!

    Glad to see you got it.

    Did you sell your old plasma / punch?

    And you should put up a similar video to your sale video for the old unit!! I love watching those lasers cut.. Then I go back to using my old Oxy /Ace and cry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stick895 View Post
    What do you guys do for fun with something like that?
    Ted has a passion for making all kinds of attachments, and considers his job one of funnest jobs he has ever had.
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    The company I work for has 9 Cincinnati lasers, 2000 to 5000 watts. I think you will be pleased with your investment. Cinci has great technical support and Jim in parts is super. Now you just need a 300 ton press brake and a robotic welding cell? Seriously, best of luck! You could have sent your designs off shore but instead chose to make a major investment and produce locally- THANK YOU.

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    Default Re: More New Toys To Build Attachments With!!

    Quote Originally Posted by repair1 View Post
    The company I work for has 9 Cincinnati lasers, 2000 to 5000 watts. I think you will be pleased with your investment. Cinci has great technical support and Jim in parts is super. Now you just need a 300 ton press brake and a robotic welding cell? Seriously, best of luck! You could have sent your designs off shore but instead chose to make a major investment and produce locally- THANK YOU.

    More New Toys To Build Attachments With!!-img_2680.jpg

    Thanks for the post, we really look forward to using the Cincinnati laser, and we bought this 350 ton Cincinnati press brake several months ago and love it.
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    Ted, thanks for proving that American dreams, ingenuity and manufacturing are NOT totally dead. Any plans for an ETA subsoiler? I'd love one that can go 24" deep.

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    Please please please post this safety message near the laser. They are VERY dangerous

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    Default Re: More New Toys To Build Attachments With!!

    Nice. Do you plan on just looking at the current line of attachments and trying to make your version of them with improvements or are you going to look for input from TBN members (and others) to fill voids? For example I've always wondered why grading scrapers with adjustable blades never had an easy way to adjust them. How hard would it be to make a hydraulically adjustable? Or for that matter a manual version for people without remotes.
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    Default Re: More New Toys To Build Attachments With!!

    Quote Originally Posted by crazyal View Post
    Nice. Do you plan on just looking at the current line of attachments and trying to make your version of them with improvements or are you going to look for input from TBN members (and others) to fill voids? For example I've always wondered why grading scrapers with adjustable blades never had an easy way to adjust them. How hard would it be to make a hydraulically adjustable? Or for that matter a manual version for people without remotes.
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