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  • bborr01
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    Clumsy bastard.

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  • boslab
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    Makes you want to build a spark eroder!
    http://mikesworkshop.weebly.com/a-sp...apparatus.html
    Looks simple?.
    Mark
    Last edited by boslab; 05-09-2014, 10:09 PM.

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  • Black_Moons
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    Originally posted by CarlByrns View Post
    Time for the hot wrench?
    No I already tried to weld 30 nut heads onto it, Now all I got is sunburn on my left hand.

    Drilled the damn thing out and replaced it with a 1/2" bolt threaded (and cutoff to length) to accept original 5/16" bolt.

    The other hole has enough clearance I can put a nut behind it.

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  • CarlByrns
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    Time for the hot wrench?

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  • Black_Moons
    started a topic New way to remove carbide

    New way to remove carbide

    Damn I swear this bolt is cursed. Its snapped itself, a drill bit, a bolt extractor and now a carbide end mill.

    Found a new way to remove carbide endmills though. Take a punch and just smash the hell outta the endmill. then dump the object upside down and use a file or similar to pick out any cracked bits you can get at and repeat.
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