How many Pros here ?

  1. Cobbler

    Cobbler Codger bodger

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    I always thought a “pro” was a woman of the street, don’t think we have any on here!
     
  2. Arc Tourist

    Arc Tourist Forum Supporter

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    Not worried, I use to be a Trapper in my youth. ;)
     
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  3. daleyd

    daleyd Member

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    I have a range of hobbyist gear, about 4 welders (ironically I hardly do any welding :whistle:) a denford lathe, Elliot progress drill and an Elliot omnimill that I’m in the middle of ripping to bits in the hope it’ll one day go back together.

    I’m far from a professional though, just a tinkerer :thumbup:
     
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  4. 8ob

    8ob Forum Supporter

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    We would look upon the great unwashed opportunists as sport and entertainment :thumbup:

    Bob
     
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  5. Kayos

    Kayos Member

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    My welding is far from pro but my grinding and seam sealing could win awards
     
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  6. dobbslc

    dobbslc Forum Supporter

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    Should be a national pastime,,,
     
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  7. mechman Member

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    I have a Migatronic welding machine and and a couple of loose handfuls of spanners etc. Oh and a pillar drill.
     
  8. winchman

    winchman Member

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    Professional Bodger with a good assortment of collectables, I am well known for my low standards
     
  9. Parm

    Parm Oh how I’ve missed my play pen this year

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    Towcester
    Non professional, but I have a well equipped home workshop with lots of toys. Keeps me happy
     
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  10. mtt.tr

    mtt.tr Member

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    Essex England

    Haha, atleast your honest
     
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  11. metalmelt Member

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    Forgot to mention a couple of large and vicious dogs, geese, and a few shotguns.
     
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  12. Feet 'n Inches

    Feet 'n Inches Out of the rat-race at last

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    Professional many many moons ago now just a retired hobbyist. The home workshop has just the basics plus a Boxford lathe I need to get back into practice with. My local Men's Shed just the very basics - an old Nu-Arc buzz box for stick welding, manual shears, an angle grinder and a few hand tools.
     
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  13. MattF

    MattF Member

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    Am I the only talentless pillock here, who comes here just to wind people up & take nothing seriously then? :D
     
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  14. Seadog

    Seadog Forum Supporter

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  15. Parm

    Parm Oh how I’ve missed my play pen this year

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    im with you
     
  16. Bullet2012

    Bullet2012 Forum Supporter

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    Berks
    And me, but no sign of any dyslexic newts yer
     
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  17. duncans

    duncans Member

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    I've only just got into welding only 2 welders thermal arc 211i fabricator and a pickhill bantam 180amp I work in my shed it's not all that big but I've got a few things in there my welding bench vices etc and a few tools im buying tools all the time as when I need them yeah its a great hobby im in there every day with my good Harman Carmon dab system with my dab ariel on the roof lol oh and I have a rapidor manchester saw but that's outside as I've no room to put it I just bought an evo335 second-hand 110volt and its not as noisy as I thought it would be but I don't cut steel before 9 am as id upset my neighbors I think
     
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  18. Parm

    Parm Oh how I’ve missed my play pen this year

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    All on Extended Furlough
     
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  19. addjunkie

    addjunkie Member

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    I prefer the term permanent furlough, makes me feel younger than retired.
     
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  20. pressbrake1

    pressbrake1 Forum Supporter

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    I’m a pro, always wear my ppe 6C4EFE83-AB4D-4723-97FD-6BD68F5EE7B3.png
     
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