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Adrian McCullough

reproduction badges/tags

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Adrian, go to our downloads section for Old Machinery Badges, at http://thepatriotwoodworker.com/files/

There should be something there for you.

Courtesy from our past Machinery Forum Host @Larry Buskirk

And welcome!

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Welcome aboard Adrian.  I am looking forward to pics.

And donuts, must bring donuts as an offering when you are new here...

Cal

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51 minutes ago, clhyer said:

Welcome aboard Adrian.  I am looking forward to pics.

And donuts, must bring donuts as an offering when you are new here...

Cal

 

ditto...

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ya, see those images, and they are beautiful, but I am wondering if they are vector-based?

 

As a canadian, I understand the love of donuts, how can I deliver a couple dozen to you guys ?:)

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Darn, Stick beat me to the doughnuts, again! Just send them to me,  I'll distribute them to the other members...:D

 

Welcome, Adrian. Love old iron and looking forward to the photos. We, also, like to follow things like these types of refurbs. Just remember, "the story is no good without pictures"!

 

Bill

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20 minutes ago, schnewj said:

Just send them to me,

 

here....

59e75cf627c07_1DNPLATE.jpg.ac6d0e6e45d1bac8200f86fee1024cdb.jpg

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and that's 'arn...

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2 minutes ago, Stick486 said:

 

here....

59e75cf627c07_1DNPLATE.jpg.ac6d0e6e45d1bac8200f86fee1024cdb.jpg

I'm sorry that the plate was empty when you got there!

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2 minutes ago, Stick486 said:

and that's 'arn...

Well, excuuuuuse me!

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@Stick486

 

Since you missed the doughnuts, here one that is fitting for you...

 

Doughnut.jpg.b57455d597f9153402fe5a6a7ce921fa.jpg

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16 minutes ago, schnewj said:

I'm sorry that the plate was empty when you got there!

no it wasn't...

see the plate from yesterday...

musta been the mailman that put the plate in that condition...

 

59e762477918d_1DNSNACK.jpg.2308bb491ecffa96bee780d64ddbc6bb.jpg

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18 minutes ago, schnewj said:

Well, excuuuuuse me!

 

we can barely come up w/ enough excuses for ourselves and now you want us to make some for you!!!!

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17 minutes ago, schnewj said:

Since you missed the doughnuts,

 

like that is really gonna happen...

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18 minutes ago, Stick486 said:

no it wasn't...

see the plate from yesterday...

musta been the mailman that put the plate in that condition...

 

59e762477918d_1DNSNACK.jpg.2308bb491ecffa96bee780d64ddbc6bb.jpg

Aw, come on, Stick. That picture is seven years old. You don't have to pretend that you weren't late to the party today!

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Back on topic guys, badges. Does anyone know if they are vector or not?

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If we are talking about the original old badges, I would guess not.  A newer reproduction printed label may very well be.

Just my thoughts.

Now can I have a donut?

Cal

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On 10/19/2017 at 7:49 AM, clhyer said:

 

Now can I have a donut?

Cal

Rut, roh..................

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On 10/16/2017 at 11:20 PM, Adrian McCullough said:

Hey,

Im new here. I am a carpenter, boatbuilder, captain on boats in SF bay and I restore vintage stationary tools, Mainly Craftsman, Atlas and Walker Turner. 

 

Anyhow, I am interested if anyone here produces or knows of someone who makes reproduction badges.  I have a 1940 Delta DP220 that needs a Round Delta Badge and more importantly a new Double Duty 1/3HP motor name plate. 

 

I look forward to posting some of my tools and projects as fall/winter sets in.

 

Cheers,

Adrian!

Hey welcome aboard (no pun intended) Adrian...Sorry I miss your initial post...can't help you much on your questions though...Sorry...Apparently I missed the donuts too.

If you haven't checked here http://www.vintagemachinery.org/ already, I'll bet someone can answer your specific questions...

That said, looking forward to seeing some of your current, past and future refurbs as well as any projects that spring forth from those tools.

Glad you popped in with a quick question...Hope you return and join in the daily fun.

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Any image can be vectorized with a free program called Inkscape.

Vicious learning curve, though. Well, maybe not for the younger crowd.

Edited by Gene Howe

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