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  1. You can send it out to a lab with a analyzer....

    You can send it out to a lab with a analyzer. What that costs I don't know.

    Or you could just get some shell tellus in the weight you think you need. I don't think you will have any problems....
  2. One of my first jobs as a kid was rebuilding...

    One of my first jobs as a kid was rebuilding engines at a shop (if you want to call it that) that had pretty much no machine tools, but he had a pedestal grinder. That's what I did when cleaning and...
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    The 27.9° angle clearly visible in the top right...

    The 27.9° angle clearly visible in the top right hand (side view) drawing.

    Would be easy enough to slitter saw the two in two, or make individually. I assume he would not be happy with a band saw...
  4. Well I feel sorry for your situation, not sorry...

    Well I feel sorry for your situation, not sorry enough to tell you to move to Arizona. I am sick of all the out of staters moving here and ruining my hole in the ground. I see one after the other...
  5. Agree on the brazing and soldering, but setup...

    Agree on the brazing and soldering, but setup properly it could be fairly quick. TIG is what I'd also do myself for 1000 parts and for me would be quicker than brazing or soldering.

    Although like...
  6. I myself would TIG them, like another said you...

    I myself would TIG them, like another said you don't need a full fillet weld around the things, a couple stiches or heavy tacks would probably work.

    If I had a crapload of them to do, maybe I'd...
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    I'd say a little older then that (just guessing),...

    I'd say a little older then that (just guessing), the very first lathe dates back to 1300BC, in Egypt. I'm sure it wasn't cast iron, but yeah there's some time from then and now to improve. I'd look...
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    Yeah I get a kick out of him too. I thought I...

    Yeah I get a kick out of him too. I thought I just saw a a current posting of his yesterday, but the topic/thread evade me. This maybe best from looking at your history. Did you maybe ever think he...
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    At least it's not stainless.

    At least it's not stainless.
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    Generally I try to beat some common sense into my...

    Generally I try to beat some common sense into my cusromer, normally when they hear the price of metric stock they change their mind quick. For those applications where it's a must I go to Parker,...
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    That's kind of nifty, I was on board with thread...

    That's kind of nifty, I was on board with thread MIC, glad I didn't bet on it.
  12. Yep, works good. Use them for vertical,...

    Yep, works good. Use them for vertical, horizontal, and angular workholding. Use them on RT's and angle plates as well. For a lot of stuff a good 6" reversable 3 jaw scroll Buck chuck works good, but...
  13. Yeah, why piloted? For small general stuff...

    Yeah, why piloted?

    For small general stuff harvey tool has alot of stuff. They probably have a 9/64", there apways adding more sizes of their regular tooling. If they don't have it and you need...
  14. You need more then anti spatter, that is terrible...

    You need more then anti spatter, that is terrible in every aspect. I could go on, but...
  15. Sounds like you need to learn the art of...

    Sounds like you need to learn the art of polishing with a air grinder. Use a glue ball, scotch brite flap disc, or cratex.
    You could also nail a piece of scotch brite to a board and drag it. Super...
  16. For finishing - #1- time saver #2 stroke sander...

    For finishing -
    #1- time saver #2 stroke sander

    How big of sheet?

    For slots -
    Punch
    Laser
    Plasma
    Water jet
  17. It's not why he wants to sell only in the EU,...

    It's not why he wants to sell only in the EU, it's why is it so hard for USA business's to sell to the EU? They charge import taxes to anyone in the EU on items with a declared value from the USA....
  18. I wouldn't call a .618" thick part a thin part....

    I wouldn't call a .618" thick part a thin part. You don't say what material your cutting. I would go with the cutter or one like David Scott mentioned and flip the part doing the detail in 2 ops.
    ...
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    Yes as far as I know all stainless can be...

    Yes as far as I know all stainless can be soldered.

    I myself would TIG weld it, if possible.

    I have soldered 300 series stainless steel a few times quite some time ago. Kind of finicky at...
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    LOL! The question is who would become more like...

    LOL!
    The question is who would become more like who?
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    I may be mixing up iceland with greenland, but...

    I may be mixing up iceland with greenland, but isn't greenland quite mineral rich. I saw a program on it that said it's loaded with gold, ruby's, and copper just for a few. The biggest problem with...
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    "Maybe" do as much math as you can and go heavy...

    "Maybe" do as much math as you can and go heavy "overkill" on everything.

    When in doubt make it stronger and heavier.
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    As said above, you could hire it out, move to...

    As said above, you could hire it out, move to florida with the rest of um, or have a heart attack and die...Sounds like a plan to me, lol.
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    Genso's KAJ800/1000 32" hydraulic aligator shear...

    Genso's KAJ800/1000 32" hydraulic aligator shear is rated @ 345 tons and will cut 3.0"/3.5" mild steel round.

    They have smaller "probably lower cost" units that would probably work on hot...
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    By replying to this thread you've subscribed. In...

    By replying to this thread you've subscribed. In the future when you need to find it just go to "subscribed threads" and there she'll be.

    You could also do what Larry said and copy and paste to...
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