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    This is going to be mac&cheese no matter how...

    This is going to be mac&cheese no matter how fancy italian wine you bring.

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    Sorry to rain your parade but build like that is doomed to flood because any amount of rain with smallest wind ends...
  2. If having one is good five must be really nice!...

    If having one is good five must be really nice! ;)

    Besides you obviously need diffrent model for different tasks.. thus need for model #1 #2 #3 and 18B at least. ;)
    Maybe a one or two...
  3. Thread: OT - Epoxy

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    Gel epoxy or gelled epoxy is the other sort of...

    Gel epoxy or gelled epoxy is the other sort of ”thick” wanted here.
    Easy to mix but not even snail-runny.
  4. Old aluminium oxide grinding wheel also works as...

    Old aluminium oxide grinding wheel also works as a dressing ”stick” and is easier to find.
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    Hydrogen doesn’t liquefy under any pressure in...

    Hydrogen doesn’t liquefy under any pressure in room tenp so there is you first problem.
    Need to be colder than -240C
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    And thats why I made my own carbide insert bolt...

    And thats why I made my own carbide insert bolt end deburring tool.:cool:
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    Well done and that answered my own pondering...

    Well done and that answered my own pondering about if handheld router would be actually able to cut metal. :)
  8. For simple lathe tools and carbide scrapers the...

    For simple lathe tools and carbide scrapers the lapidary grinding disks are alao worth mention...
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    You definetely can. Just use slower cuttig speed...

    You definetely can. Just use slower cuttig speed to keep temperatures under control.
    You can make passable form tools even out of 1045 plan vanilla carbon steel but o1 is much better than that
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    https://i.imgur.com/DpQq8cy.jpg Ice fishing,...

    https://i.imgur.com/DpQq8cy.jpg

    Ice fishing, seem like quiet day so far, 3 little bass.

    Almost forum related content: that is ultralight Titanium ice auger
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    Replacing 2x40w fluorescent with 3x50w...

    Replacing 2x40w fluorescent with 3x50w incadescent equivalent is serious downgrade.

    You need about 10x50w incadescent equivalent led bulbs to replace the 2x40w flourescent tubes.
  12. Might be better to mod the grinder for standard...

    Might be better to mod the grinder for standard diamond cup wheels if Baldor silicon carbide wheel is 200usd :p

    Chinese and Ukrainian (Poltava) diamond cup wheels are only something like 30usd for...
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    More specific please. Old is 4feet 80 watt...

    More specific please. Old is 4feet 80 watt fluorescent and you plan to replace it with 3x50w incadescent equivalent? That would be lose-lose..
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    Buy a few hundred 12-28 screws in stock and your...

    Buy a few hundred 12-28 screws in stock and your oddball tap is guaranteed to break or disappear in no time ;)
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    Ah, that explains why it designed the way it is....

    Ah, that explains why it designed the way it is. I though that its just a funny pin spanner. (never seen that model "live", only in catalogs)
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    Looks like parting insert removal key

    Looks like parting insert removal key
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    If fine-grained carbon steel fractures with...

    If fine-grained carbon steel fractures with single hit without any elongation its pretty hard. Broken parts fit each other pretty much seamless minus few missing chips. If softer I'd expect to see...
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    Never had Nicholson file but have broke some...

    Never had Nicholson file but have broke some others out of curiousity to see how fine grain structure they have and so far they have snapped cleanly.

    'Murican silly proof products designed by...
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    Sounds like (pun intended) really good tip. With...

    Sounds like (pun intended) really good tip. With beeper you don't need to keep your eyes nailed to the indicator. :thumbsup

    Small mag base, microswitch, battery and suitably loud buzzer are now on...
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    Never seen case hardened file, they are all...

    Never seen case hardened file, they are all trough hardened at least around here. Reasonably common method for knife making to grind from hard and temper at 200-250c kitchen oven.

    To op's...
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    Or android users want to do it their way, apple...

    Or android users want to do it their way, apple users have to do it "apple way" or not at all. (iPhone user here)
    Some really frustrating limitations on iphone but on the bright side it (mostly)...
  22. I use fine diamond disks for both carbide and HSS...

    I use fine diamond disks for both carbide and HSS but for coarse roughing HSS I'd recommend something else. Maybe I could do with only one diamond coarseness but I like to polish my carbide tooling...
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    Hard on the drill bit even with guide bushing,...

    Hard on the drill bit even with guide bushing, end mill works better.
  24. I wonder if HSS is any safer? Cobalt binder is...

    I wonder if HSS is any safer?
    Cobalt binder is the nasty stuff in tungsten carbide and many hss grades contain same amount of cobalt as carbide does.
  25. No surprise, you are from UK so your house is...

    No surprise, you are from UK so your house is probably older than Pythagoras. ;)
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