Great American chamber bake-out

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AnGuy
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Re: Great American chamber bake-out

Post by AnGuy » Thu Oct 20, 2005 2:13 am

>Machining stock 304 stainless is actually easier than machining mild steel. The key is to use the absolute correct computed tool speed. It cuts similar to brass and carbide tools are not needed, though they help a bit by staying sharp longer.

Cutting Stainless isn't the problem, Its the super sharp and tiny chips that I hate.

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Re: Great American chamber bake-out

Post by 3l » Thu Oct 20, 2005 3:57 pm

Hi AG:

Fusion wants your BLOOD!

Happy Halloween!
Larry Leins
Fusor Tech

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