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Think the wife would mind???:eek:
:o :o :o
Considering it usually takes several of the miniature taps for me to successfully tap a hole, I think I had better pass on these...... ;D
Anybody seen this??
Don't know if this has been posted before...................
Don't know if this really belongs on HMEM, but I though it was neat.....
I found a shop that can TIG weld it for $20.00.
Now I have to decide if it's worth it or not.... :-\
Here's one complete with your Horizontal Twin powering it.. :bow:
The base metal is forged/milled steel (as in .22 pistol frame). Ideally it should be TIG welded but I don't have access to...
I will get some more pictures from different angles tonight.......
(Got to go manage a "garage sale" today..)
I like the idea of using something to make the backer "non-stick". (When you say "correction fluid", is that the same as "white-out"?)
I have a cracked frame that I need to braze/silver solder. See the pictures below.
The crack is ~.017 wide, .200 long and .060 thick. The hole...
You might try making your own..... It's kind of fun and not all that hard.
I think the 11/16ths refers to the depth of the cut-away in the interrupted thread.
I read the plans as having the threading as one with the outer shell. It is an interrupted thread that the breechblock (also an interrupted...
Could be the same gun. The plans were originally posted in a 1944 edition of MODEL CRAFTSMAN.
I found these in an issue (date unknown) of a model...
Sometimes a pictue is worth a thousand words..... ;D
Also, I've run out of barrel material, so remaking the inner tube is not a great...
I guess that I should have admitted that I'm trying to recover from a "whoops". The hole needs to be pretty close to 19/32nds. (.593 max). The...
I need to bore a 3.25" deep hole a bit under 5/8ths dia. in a piece of 12L14.
Unfortunately my longest boring bar will only go to 2.25" (I can...
AAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGHHHHHH!!!!!!! >:( >:( >:(
There, I feel better. :D
Now I can go back and pull the head off of my Upsure Vertical one...
Are you using the plans I linked to?
If so, what would you consider the smallest lathe and mill they would require?
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