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    Default Dura Bar 201 Ni Resist machinability

    Anyone ever cut this stuff?
    I've cut lots of "regular" dura bar cast iron over the years, is this similar? Or is it a mofo?

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    I just found a site that says it has a 135% machinability rating, so that's good news.

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    Keep any high nickel CI chips for making / hygrangea flowers blue, ..........IME the extra nickel really boosts the blue colour, .............and keeps machinists on the right side of lady gardeners.

    P.S. Sami got a superb home baked chocolate cake from a lady - for perhaps 2 coffee mugs of chips

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    Well heck Limy. Wish Id have know that!
    Just sent 2500lbs of that shred down the road a couple weeks ago.

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    Doing the math. How many chocolate cakes for 2500 lbs...

    Mmmmm good cake.

    L7

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucky7 View Post
    Doing the math. How many chocolate cakes for 2500 lbs...

    Mmmmm good cake.

    L7
    Lets say that lady had 2 lbs of swarf, so that's 1250 choccy cakes, OR a choccy cake a day, for 3 years & <> 155 days


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