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Old 18-08-2015, 07:10 PM   #101
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So, my drill jig didn't work out so well. I need to modify the drill bit and I think I can get it to work.
The CNC router cuts brass very nicely - why didn't I just do this in the first place!
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Old 19-08-2015, 01:08 PM   #102
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Nice looking "fish mouths" on those tubes dude.
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Old 25-08-2015, 01:51 PM   #103
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I used K&S here but need to start thinking about the main spine and so on. Came across a supplier by chance. I know I will be spending a little more than going to a major stock holder but the ability to buy in smaller lengths and quantity is good for me. A good UK contact I think, they have all of the thicker walled brass we need.

Check out www.nogginend.com
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