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Excellent documentation of the machining process for this part, Todd. That was an interesting set up that worked quite well.I just finished watching a series of 3 videos on YouTube where Stephan Gotteswinter makes a sine vise. He rounds it over with a shaper, similar to what you did with your mill. He did an interesting thing, in that after a pass, he would coat it with layout dye. Then it was easy for him to make another pass and take off material in between the previous pass..............if that makes sense.Jim
I tried one and it had a virus, maybe you could PM or e-mail me the link Ramon.I could say mine would be done by Fawncett, you would be none the wiser as I'll probably not be there PS Ramon should we be searching for Wisdom rather than history?EDIT Found it
When it came to annealing the brass I was surprised you dunked it in water. I've just let it air cool. (I'm still a newbie.)Is there a difference or advantage to dunking in water?
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