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    Clapper upside down. Drawing and ripping lines of chips. It does depend about the particular machine.

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    I cannot resurrect my dead. Horrible stuff. Over yet it isn't.

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    and Remember dang those phone calls all scratchey and not too good.. Please Hueys Freaking Apachies, Serious biz them.

    Then women were operating the A-10s. Wart ass hog of a machine

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    We walk right past women and they are fine.

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    Afterburner. Let us pretend it never happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeE. View Post

    I've got Armstrong and Williams, both... and there is a pair of straight holders that (already forgot which maker) are marked something along the lines of "Tungsten Carbide...." and I don't remember the rest of the wording~ or the number, but I'm supposing that they were made when Carbide tipped tools were being introduced
    Carbide holders typically hold the tool bit parallel to the holder shank, instead of the rake angle that the HSS holders have built in.

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    I dug thru every box in the shop yesterday, mainly mill tooling, its not there. Friend in Tx is going to look around my bench, maybe I shoved it under the bench, maybe my mind is just playing trix on me.

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    Found these in a PM post from many years ago.

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    The tangential style has been around for probably at least a century. In one of my apprenticeship books by ICS, they illustrated a tangential tool style more like a gooseneck planer tool, only small enough to use on a small lathe. The book said it was patented by Alcoa in the 1930's. In my apprenticship, I was tasked to reproduce a replacement tool of that style to use a 5/16ths HSS bit. I served my time at a big Alcoa shop and the tool was needed for the quality control lab that was used in small lathe. The tool was used to make a clean cut on a sample from the potrooms to determine if the mix in the pot was correct. This was tested by a quantometer. This occurred about 1967 or so.
    JH

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