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    Thread "Bumpity" just because ...

    Strange phenomenon in machined steel tube after machining and black oxidation.

    ^^^ RicoRider + no linking feature between threads on this forum. ^^^ On the general forum .

    Definitely getting a Sandvik "Vibe"

    No problem with that, seems Sandvik does a lot things and bought into new "Pies" to stick proverbial thumbs in and then some (perhaps in a good way).

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    I had the same thing occurring while milling some magnesium plate for a weldment. It was odd because it was only the 4 inch thick plate that did it. I noticed it on the last couple batches of it. Thought it was strange. They got welded onto a larger 1 inch thick plate and the whole surface was DAed after it was milled. So it wasn't noticeable to the customer.

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