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  • J. R. Williams
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    Square

    Start with a large engine piston pin and make it into a 'cylinder square' for use with your surface plate.

    JRW

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  • macona
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    I wouldnt weld it. Anything you can weld is not something you would want to make it out of.

    You want cast iron for this.

    I would just start with a cheap ground cast iron angle plate from somplace like Shars. The ones I have bought have been very accurate.

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  • 2ManyHobbies
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    The perfect 90

    This is all just theory and related to making a surface plate (er 3) flat. Could a similar process be used to create a reference set of 90 degree angles?

    1. Weld up 3 roughly 90 angles (L-shaped welding of flat bar with 45 degree braces)
    2. Grind/sand/file/mill off the corners
    3. Blue and scrape in A->B->C->A fashion bluing from one vertical surface to another while the horizontal surfaces rest on a surface plate.

    Would that process work, and would it be the most efficient way to go about creating 90 degree references?
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