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These are directions for how to build a simple Carbide Deburring Knife... I did this build at The TechShop in San Jose California... http://techshop.ws/ Gabriel Aceves
Ok we are going to need, 6inch length of 1/4 alluminum rod, 1/8 inch carbide shank ( I used a broken .125 endmill), .120 inch drill, .124 inch ...
Ok, Now we are going to face the ends of our piece so that it is square and flat... Chuck up on your part and face of the ...
Now we are going to spot our hole that we are going to put in the end of our part... Using a center drill spot the hole so ...
So now we are going to Drill the pilot hole for our reamer to follow with a .120 size drill.... It is very important that your hole diameter ...
Now you are going to ream your hole out using a .1245 reamer... Use care that you get a good hole that is not to large so your ...
So now you are going to press your carbide rod into the aluminum rod... Clamp the aluminum into a vise using something to protect the side if you ...
This part is the part that requires to most skill and i find the most difficult.. Using a grinder that is capable of grinding carbide grind the carbide ...
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