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  • Seeking a home shop machinist to advise on counterboring for flatware

    I’m a flatware designer looking for someone with knowledge on benchtop drill presses and counterboring stainless steel. I am relatively new to this scene and would like to hire someone to advise on my process and best practices. Looking to counterbore steel handles using a benchtop drill press and combine to the fork/knife/spoon using compression rivets. I work out of a small artist studio, so space is somewhat of an issue.
    Last edited by kfair; 05-10-2022, 06:21 PM.

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    Go to Travers tool, Victornet, or MSC web sites and look under counterbores. Look also for micro adjust countersinks. They accept counterbore cutters. Those are great for holding accurate depth on repetitivework.

    If I new exactly what you making I could offer more specific advice.

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