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Old 10-24-2013, 02:09 AM   #11
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Noted, and in work..........I'll mail it tomorrow before I come to work, ( mid morning).


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Do ya' have a file or a way to de-burr them?
You'll need one, and don't cut yourself opening up the package!

.091, 321 S/S...........De-burr, smack with a hammer, (it's annealed material), and install..

Will ship in the A.M..............Almost time for me to go home and have 1 or 2 barley pops..........

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Do ya' have a file or a way to de-burr them? You'll need one, and don't cut yourself opening up the package! .091, 321 S/S...........De-burr, smack with a hammer, (it's annealed material), and install.. Will ship in the A.M..............Almost time for me to go home and have 1 or 2 barley pops..........
It was about this time last year that I was feeling benevolent, and ran somebody off a few on a $350,000 5-axis lathe
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Old 10-24-2013, 06:15 AM   #14
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Do ya' have a file or a way to de-burr them?
You'll need one, and don't cut yourself opening up the package!

.091, 321 S/S...........De-burr, smack with a hammer, (it's annealed material), and install..

Will ship in the A.M..............Almost time for me to go home and have 1 or 2 barley pops..........
For sure thanks again!
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Old 10-24-2013, 06:37 AM   #15
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It was about this time last year that I was feeling benevolent, and ran somebody off a few on a $350,000 5-axis lathe
I didn't mean for you to make them. You are very generous!
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Old 10-24-2013, 05:11 PM   #16
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It was about this time last year that I was feeling benevolent, and ran somebody off a few on a $350,000 5-axis lathe

I knocked them out on a 50's vintage "Whitney" punch press........Choose your punch size, choose bottom die clearance for the metal thickness, set your index fence, and punch away!

It don't play around with about 150 tons of force!
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I knocked them out on a 50's vintage "Whitney" punch press........Choose your punch size, choose bottom die clearance for the metal thickness, set your index fence, and punch away! It don't play around with about 150 tons of force!
I love all that old equipment. We have a gear mill and a Bridgeport from around that era, they still work perfectly. That was back when America took pride in its workmanship. Any of those machines would last 100 years if they were taken care of.
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I had tons of trouble finding those fender washers when I built my mash tun last year. I then found out my brewing buddy's dad works at General Electric as a machinist so we just gave him some fw's with the more common small ID's, and he punched them perfectly probably within thousandths of an inch of accuracy

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I knocked them out on a 50's vintage "Whitney" punch press........Choose your punch size, choose bottom die clearance for the metal thickness, set your index fence, and punch away!

It don't play around with about 150 tons of force!
Got the washers. They are perfect! Thanks again
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i made a bunch of washers out of a food grade plastic bucket lid. they work great as well.

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