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I don't mean to hijack this thread but could someone take a look at my old thread, maybe you could help me identify these cutters.
Dushan, thanks for the heads up. I just checked my copy and it is a 2006 reprint of the second edition from Antoine Simonin.
One more process to try out.
Dewey, how do you dress the inside face of the tweezers ? I use a thin stone slip held between the tweezer tips and move it lengthwise.
Sorry for the late reply but my day job (private medical practice and volunteer work at a hospital) takes up a fair bit of my time in...
I'm afraid you've lost me here. Could you explain that a little ?
What is the metal strip in the 5th photo and what is it's function ?
Also it's nice to see someone use stuff made in India and see...
That's super work Dushan.
A couple of questions.
What is the function of the wire in the slot cut into the threaded rod in the 3rd picture....
The links are as below.
How does one make collets? This guy made a lathe AND collets
Thank you Dewey,
I happened to come into a good collection of cutters from a watch repair person. I've struggled to match the numbers to a useful...
I had to read that thrice before I could wrap my head around it. Now I think I understand.
One question, "Selected my cutter" -- could you tell...
I have a similar machine. It's completely manual. Mine has an on-off switch, a forward reverse switch for the motor, a motor speed control and an...
That is a spectacular piece of work Johnny.
Like Jim, I am floored by the seeming simplicity of the whole piece, more so because you have very...
No 3 looks like a third hand used for holding items for soldering.
No 4 looks like a tool used for transferring dimensions, like while cutting a...