The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by BAILEIGH INC, Dec 28, 2012.
This was great...thanks!!
Thanks !! Good job on your project!
I had a great time, thanks for offering the class. Now how about part 2! I wonder how much plasma I would have to sell to get that power hammer?
We had great reviews on the student check out sheets
Here some videos http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYuL_4eqkYk&feature=youtu.be
I had such a great time i'm ready to do it again next saturday!!!!!
Thank you Shane, for an very worthwhile experience. I learned not only from the presenters, but from several of the other students as well. Having the ability to actually try all the equipment out was key.
The big Baleigh hammer is extremely well thought out and developed. Lots of features that really pop out when you see it demonstrated, features I would not ordinarily pick up in a catalog description. For instance, the ability to lock the hammer springs out and then your available tooling adapters to allow use of use Pullmax tooling was just one great idea amongst several.
I had a great time, thanks again.
Right on man
Thanks for making the drive.
Here is a huge slide show of most of the pics. I will post movies here soon.
http://s694.photobucket.com/albums/...Metal Shaping Class 2013/?albumview=slideshow
Wow Mark Gerisch, didn't know he was still around.
Mark was super cool
helped Me with Some pointers
Yes, Mark is excellent on the power hammer. Best I've seen in person by far.
A big thank you from the Baileigh crew! Thanks for coming guys!
totally jealous! looks like everyone learned, worked and had a lot of fun!
Would love to attend one if you have another.
Haha.. I thought the same thing when I saw the pics. If it wasn't for the name tag, I wouldn't have recognized him.
man if you guys were only in MI!!
There were guys there from a lot farther away than Michigan!
Arizona, Texas, North Carolina, MO, TN, IL, IA just to name a few
Had a great time and learned alot. Very interested in learning more about metal working. Thank you very much for having me!
Thanks for making the trip up.
These classes look amazing! Are they one-day events or multiple? Thanks, Brian
was a 1 day class. There has been soo much interest that we are talking about a bigger, longer class where the students build something.
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