Rescuing OLD Iron ~ Moving the BIG Machines!! ~ The Tool Maker's Machine Shop ~ Episode 3 p.3

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It's FINALLY time to move the BIG machines back to Salvage Workshop! Once I'm finished, over 50,000 lbs of machinery & tooling will have been moved from this shop to mine! So far I've moved about 30,000 lbs of it, and in this video I'll show you how I did it! We'll also talk a little about the machines rescued and other new tools & machines here at Salvage Workshop!

4 of the engine lathes and both camel back drill presses and TONS of tooling (literally) have made it back to the shop! I still have to go get another engine lathe, a LARGE turret lathe, and a HUGE hydraulic broaching machine when I'm able to get back into the shop!

Being able to tour this amazing building was more than worth the trip! Then having the opportunity to preserve some of its amazing history here at Salvage Workshop only adds to the awesome experience I had at this old shop!

I truly hope you've enjoyed going through this old building and learning a little bit about it's history with me! It's been a fun series!

I can't wait to hear your thoughts on this amazing place and the step back in time that I hope it takes you on!

I hope you'll follow along on this journey as we get further along with it!

~ As of now, the plan for Rescuing Old Iron Episode 3 is to make it a 3 part series. ~

Part 1 - Partial tour of the property as it is now, and what machines will be rescued

Part 2 - Final Tour of the rest of the shop! A look at what the place looked like in years past. Moving the drill presses. Going through all the tooling and smaller items rescued.

Part 3 - Moving the Monster Machines Back to Salvage Workshop and taking a closer look at them. A talk about what the plan for them will be!

I'd love to know your thoughts on the experience you had or what it reminds you of down in the comments!


In this series "Rescuing Old Iron" here at Salvage Workshop, I'll show you where I discover MANY amazing old machines that have been there for 10, 30, or even 100 years! Everything you see me haul back to the workshop has been purchased from the owners, and now has a new lease on life! We'll talk about the history of the places I take you to and have a little fun PICKIN in search of burred treasures!

Do you ever wonder WHERE all the Old Rusty Tools & Machines being restored on YouTube come from? For some, they find them on the Bay, or FB Marketplace, CL, or from friends, but that's always AFTER someone else has already DISCOVERED them!!

I'll take you on an adventure where we'll discover these old tools & machines right where they've been living for a LONG time! If you love machines like these and you enjoy adventures, then I hope you enjoy this new series here at Salvage Workshop!

I am always on the hunt for amazing OLD iron Machines! Finding these gems, & meeting the incredible people along the way that have them is truly a PASSION of mine!

Join me as I Rescue OLD Iron here in the Midwestern United States!

I'd love to know your thoughts on this adventure!
For those that are interested, here is a short list of the types of machines I'm always searching for.....(by no means is this a complete list!)

- VISES!! I LOVE vises! Big, Small, Weird, BUT ALWAYS quality OLD ones!

- Metal Working / Machine Shop Machines - Lathes, Shapers, Milling Machines, Grinders, Presses, Metal Cutting Bandsaws, Benders, Brakes, Welders, Drill Presses, & all related tooling!

- Large Woodworking Machines - Bandsaws, Planers, Jointers, Sanders, Shapers, & all related tooling!

- Blacksmithing Tools - Power Hammers, Anvils, Forges, Mandrels, Swage Blocks, Post Vises, and ANYTHING related!

- Print Making Machines - Printing Presses, Old metal or wood type sets, Screw presses, Book binding tools, and related tooling!

- UNIQUE machines that aren't seen very often!

Who knows what else we may run into when we're out there Rescuing OLD Iron!

If you're in the Midwestern United States, & you or someone you know has a place with old machines that you'd be interested in showing us here on the channel, please feel free to contact me: SalvageWorkshop@gmail.com I'd Love to speak with you!

If you have any suggestions, questions, or comments, please leave them below!

Thanks for stopping by, I truly appreciate your support!

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