Oh yes.. That's very funny, Rick! ;DMetal Butcher said:#196 I threw in a picture of my messy M/D. I don't want any one to think that I'm fussy about neatness.
Thanks Dean. Getting all five done accurately was a big concern for me. As we all know the first time is always the hardest. Buying a quality set of broaches for occasional use is indeed a big investment. I searched around and found the set sale priced at Amazon.com. And yes, I'm very happy with the quality of the DuMont Minute Man set, its was well worth the price.Deanofid said:It's an impressive sight, five cranks in a row, Rick. They look great. Very nice work!
I've never invested in a broaching set. I take it from your writing that you like it.
Where did you buy this particular set?
As always, thanks for the update and pics.
Brian, Theirs not all that much to it. I just applied a little common sense and did it. Below is a link to what looks like good information. I should have looked for it prior to my first attempt.Brian Rupnow said:Thanks Rick---All these years in the business, and I never really know how a manual broach worked. You have cleared that up for me. Great work!!!---Carry on.---brian
Thanks for the compliment George.gbritnell said:Very nice work Rick. Now it makes more sense to what you were trying to explain to me.