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    It should be titanium so it can be smaller to fit between teeth better.

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    Default machinist toothpicks

    Is it —> billet <— titanium number 2?


    Now how do I attach a Doctor evil meme....

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    Thumbs up

    Just wondering if they are from a "certified green" billet?

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    Wood? Really? for 30 years I thought that's what the slab mills were for, machinist toothpicks


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    I've had a few of those sticking out of my thumb. If only I'd had a nice pair of tweezers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry Dickman View Post
    I've had a few of those sticking out of my thumb. If only I'd had a nice pair of tweezers
    Maybe someone should make some sturdy tweezers, heavy duty enough to be used by machinists....

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    Isn't that what needle nose pliers are for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob F. View Post
    Maybe someone should make some sturdy tweezers, heavy duty enough to be used by machinists....
    Machinist Tweezer

    I should open up an online service connecting specialty shops with each other to service the PM community health and beauty needs...

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    Errr... Someone missed the joke.

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    BWAAAHAAAHAA! I'm starting to like you guys.

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    You got away with one here, carbide, escaping the flak for no "OT". OT or no OT, you've got my vote for OT of the year. Of course, when the award is given out, some acknowledgement should go Tci's way for his pioneering role in this.

    -Marty-

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    Anyone got a source for billet titanium sporks? Amazon has them for $9 shipped free but I figure you could make one for less and save a few bucks.


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    Should build an extrusion die and extrude the toothpicks from O.S.B.


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