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metalmanmania 12-16-2009 10:39 PM

couple jobs from over the years
 
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here is a few pictures of some of the things I have had to make over the years, sorry if the pictures are not the best, they were from my cell phone.

tnbndr 12-17-2009 04:42 AM

Nice work.

tnsam75 12-17-2009 08:46 PM

Wow- That's nice stuff. I get to make a lot of stuff like that, but rarely get to take pics cuz of needy-ass need it now customers. That's really great high quality stuff, even obvious from the cell phone pics. Keep posting, I'll steal your ideas! LOL
It might be a dumb question, but what is a highbanker?
Sam

metalmanmania 12-17-2009 11:57 PM

highbanker, is essensially a powered gold mining sluice. You shovel your dirt into the "shovel pan" that then pushes the material into the "slurry shoot" where it passes under the spray bars that wash off the larger rocks that dont fall thru the grizzly screen. Once there it falls into the sluice part of it, and passes over the riffles where the gold is seperated out of it. It is of course hooked up to a water pump or hose to work. I made one of these in high school for my senior project then later on I bought a 4 foot box and pan brake for my house and made a few of these for kinda a hobbie thing, now trying to get them going, got a couple at some local mining shops. Thanks for the compliments, I wish the pictures of the cupola where better, that one turned out really nice.

cactassdupree 12-18-2009 04:01 PM

You ought to be able to sell them on the net. I get a cut for the idea. Just kidding$$$$ dupree

Joemetal 12-18-2009 06:45 PM

Nice pic's , I like the colum caps & chimney cap, I need that highbanker at my cabin I have a old gold ditch and a creek out back and they use to mine gold back in the day , It's near Dahlonega, ga.Keep up the good work....
JOEMETAL


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