Thanks for your kind comments, machining is my love and not just a job or a hobby or a business.Oilking wrote:Lionel,
Your work is beautiful. Finding that you are doing this on manual machines has kicked me over center to get moving on some projects of my own.
Thanks for the inspiration.
PS: As a Boiler Tech on the USS Fanning DE1076, on January 8,1973 I was in Da Nang harbor where we anchored long enough to receive mail and personal headed for the gun line. While there the monthly missile hit the air base fuel storage prompting our hasty departure. After all these years I never thought I'd be in communication with someone living there, and very glade that the circumstances are much for the better.
I have been here in Da Nang for 6 years, the growth here now is just beyond belief, if you saw Da Nang now it would blow your mind. In just 6 years I have seen growth that I would never have thought possible. I was lucky enough to get in before the price of land went crazy. My wife is Vietnamese and she runs the electronics manufacturing side of my business here while I play in my workshop.