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    hello all!
    its been a while -- just spent the last hour 'catching up' .. glad to see everyone is still up to their old tricks... hope you are all well.

    GAE-- great project!

    the busy season is coming back and i've had less and less time to get to the old computer.

    cutting to the chase:
    i've gotten a fair bit of email about some of the metalworking equip i've posted to the web (like the tube rollers/benders here)

    .. add to that the unforgiveable lack of tech-hobby info available here in italy..

    i whipped up a little website. its my first and i'm sure its full of mistakes.

    i invite you all to take a look at www.sigma-f.com

    it is, however, all in italian.

    but! ... the library section is growing and i hope to include plans/drawings (metric!) for all the equipment we've built in the shop. (eg tube benders, sheet metal brakes, beaders, rollers, etc)

    most of the library contains welding-related literature (TIG) but i hope to include some more machining projects. as it stands its a bit anemic with two artciles re: HSS tool grinding and a short write up on homeshop heat treating (making a tap).

    again, i know they're in italian.. but the shop drawings should be universal.

    and all the pictures are in english!

    again, glad to have 'caught up'
    take care,
    -knucklehead.


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    Nice job! As for mistakes, I'm not going to criticize. Italian sure isn't my first language
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    • #3
      thanks. its not my first language either! i lost some creative control.. wrote it all in english and had a kind fellow (not a metalworker translate it for me.

      direct links to the tap/HSS sections if anyone is curious (i realize they might be hard to find!):

      http://www.sigma-f.com/tap.htm
      http://www.sigma-f.com/utensili_hss_per_tornitura.htm

      nothing too exciting, i know.

      -knuckleH

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