the only other difference in strength on threaded rod is a rolled thread is better than a cut one :)
wynoes used to drink brasso ffs :ojeesus
easy enough to make a raising block to match lathe bed
white spirit isn't white in colour :whistle:
yep and british airways put him out of business for undercutting them and dirty tricks :vsad:
circular saw just with a standard carbide blade and clamp a strait edge to it. ive got one if you want to use it :)
stihsaw and a strait edge will cut a neat drain channel 2blades in saw work well :)
it will help to scuff the chrome before etch applied to get a good key . run over it with a da and a course sanding disk
normally quite fat and nasty and have unregistered tyranny's :whistle:
I got one given its a pink hetty :)
not rubbing it in but with the proper or decent made media regulating valve once set will run all day without adjustment providing the media...
drill and tap fresh ones in
your spoiling them :whistle::laughing:
would need to be carbon steel if you were hardening them bms would be ok if you didn't need them hard . depends what you are gripping
have you a fat wallet. you will need one either make your own or get a complete vice .there cheap enough at autojumbles
tell the artist he needs insurance hese flogging it and kids will climb and parents sue :(
i have pressure pot and suction gun in mine and use a 4inch woodchip extracta that can pull more air out than the pot can put in :)
spray it with a few coats of high build 2k primer and sand it back
if you ever get an old git ask how much per hour spell it out to him. I once told one£ 20 per hour so he gave me 5 quid :mad:errr its 20 . yea...
I had emails sent from them saying if I didn't reply with my details I couldn't use it it would no longer work so I ignored it and kept on buying...
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