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OPS-INGERSOLL Gantry 4000 Erosion Machine (2007)
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This OPS-INGERSOLL Gantry 4000 Die-sinking Erosion Machine from 2007 is operated through a Mitsubishi CNC Control unit, and is capable of handling electrodes of up to 50 kilograms of weight. As additional equipment, an OPS-INGERSOLL Robot loader IMC 5 with a 105x electrode changer and a 4x palette changer are included, plus a C02 extinguisher.
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This video shows how to easily make a milk crate planter and watering tray which can be used anywhere to grow flowers or vegetables. A clean milk crate is lined with landscape fabric and filled with good soil. There’s no need to sew the fabric if you overlap the corners by an inch or two. The soil in each planter can be customized for the plant which will grow in it. For example I add extra sand to the soil mix in containers that will have root crops like carrots or beets. Any soil good for containers will work. The advantage of milk crate planters are good drainage, air to water ratio and root growth. It’s also easy to move the containers around if necessary. The landscape fabric allows air and water to be maintained at the right ratios. The watering tray I use is made from wood and a plastic bag for a liner. It should be setup on a level surface. It can be made to fit your growing area. I use one row but it can be made into a square (3′ x 3′) holding 9 milk crates. Water is wicked up to the plants from the tray keeping moisture levels steady as long as the tray is filled. A water depth of a 1- 1.5 inches works well. A float valve setup in the water tray attached to a water tank or hose can make this setup “low maintenance” for a long period of time. I grew loose leaf lettuce, spinach, cilantro, basil, mint and beans in milk crates this year with good success. I will try tomatoes and larger plants next year.