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  1. It can, I peripherally mentioned that earlier....

    It can, I peripherally mentioned that earlier. Grinding away some of the stresses that have been peened in is a more significant factor though. A little heat doesn't do much unless you get to the...
  2. Yes, that's correct.

    Yes, that's correct.
  3. Pressing will not generally work well to take out...

    Pressing will not generally work well to take out a warp, peening is much more fine tuneable. Like for instance if your bar has 3 corners touching flat and one up in the air. It is also much easier...
  4. And use the most openly dressed, free-cutting...

    And use the most openly dressed, free-cutting wheel possible until you have the part nice and flat. After that you can get your finish. I don't like to peen or use heat to straighten unless...
  5. Just may need to use a little softer wheel with...

    Just may need to use a little softer wheel with that method I think. It will be a lot gentler on the wheel so it won't break down as easily. I like to run ⅓ wheel width stepover for finish grinding...
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