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    I always avoided hardness files because I...

    I always avoided hardness files because I wouldn't know when they are worn out. But I have used a generic file to check. Our drawing says HRC but I only want to check yes/no to see if our supplier...
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    I have an Ames in a stand right here on my desk. ...

    I have an Ames in a stand right here on my desk. Works as well as Wilson minus one decimal place. Mine only goes up to R45N but that converts nicely to HRC. Highly recommended.
    The only fiddling...
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    Thank you ! I would vote this up but don't think...

    Thank you ! I would vote this up but don't think this forum has that crap (thankfully!)
    I was scared of Leeb after bad experience with ultrasonic. Starting to come around.
    Didn't know about the...
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    Sure, and the diamond is fine etc. It's a good...

    Sure, and the diamond is fine etc. It's a good unit, digital.

    (Covers ears with hands) Laa laa laa laa...! :( (so at least it's not just me)
    They would love me if I made them EDM these every...
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    Hardness testing advice?

    Sorry for the world's dullest topic...
    Have to certify hardness on a casting that won't fit on a Rockwell tester. Weighs about 10 lbs. Only induction treated on one small appendage.
    I can cut off...
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