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    Default Wanted ASME #7-32tpi Die

    Hi All

    I am looking for a ASME #7-32 die. I would prefer a 13/16" or 1" diameter but will take a 5/8".

    I all ready have the tap.

    Thanks for the help.

    Tim Meyer

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    Victor does not list that one. I can probably use a Geometric die head with 6-32 or 8-32 chasers and adjust the pitch to cut 7-32. Or single point it...

    Larry

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    Hi Larry

    Victor is where I purchased the tap. I will probably go with #7-36. I was able to purchase the set of taps and dies for that size.

    Thanks

    Tim

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    If you already have the tap make one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIP6A View Post
    If you already have the tap make one.
    I might do that. There is a good video on YouTube about making dies.

    Tim

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    Nice Mikado!

    Lucky7

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucky7 View Post
    Nice Mikado!

    Lucky7
    Thank you.

    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by fltenwheeler View Post
    I might do that. There is a good video on YouTube about making dies. Tim
    There is better information in Machinery's handbook about making threading dies. Those knobs on YouTube should be taking machine classes not teaching them.

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