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Jim Finn
Jim Finn
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Last Activity: Today, 04:47 AM
Joined: 02-11-2008
Location: Lubbock Texas
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  • Jim Finn
    replied to Starting my sales season
    Third sale, today, was even better. About 15% more than last week. I think this was because tomorrow is Fathers Day and most of my sales are for gifts.
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  • Jim Finn
    replied to Train set
    Our woodworking club delivers toys in June and again in December. 4000-5200 toys per year. We give toys to a hospital, Ronald McDonald House and The Salvation Army (Most go to The Salvation Army)
    We also give out an additional 400 toys at a Christmas event sponsored by Lubbock Christian...
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  • Jim Finn
    replied to Train set
    Thank you all for the kind comments.
    It took me about 8-10 hours to design and make that one. I am, today, working on making six sets like this. I have the Bases all finished (42 of them) but the wheels are not yet installed. Bases are drilled out for the axles though. I should get these...
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  • Jim Finn
    started a topic Train set

    Train set

    We, in our club, delivered 2200 toys this week so now I have started making toys for our Christmas time delivery. I made sixteen more trucks and this train set so far. I plan to make more of these train sets. These are made using some 3/4" oak plywood I have, One inch and 1 1/2" wheels are...
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    Last edited by Jim Finn; 06-13-2019, 05:25 AM.

  • Jim Finn
    started a topic Starting my sales season

    Starting my sales season

    I sell at our local Farmers Market, most Saturdays, and it only runs from June to October. My first sale this year was June first and my gross sales was right at my last years average, although I sold only two of my boxes. I sold lots of toys though. The second sale I brought more toys. Sold few...
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  • Jim Finn
    replied to Hope to get back to some scrolling.
    As a retired sheet metal worker I miss TIG welding. I see TIG welders offered on Craigslist but have resisted buying one because I really do not have a need for one. TIG Welding Aluminum is not easy! Stainless is a snap. If you have mastered Aluminum you are highly skilled at TIG welding.
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