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Very interesting, good build. One day I will get around to building my own. Mechanics and build is no problem for me, it's the electronics and coding but I 'WILL' endure and succeed. And I may even find the time.As for the 'galvanic corrosion' noted by 'askjerry', I have worked using 'dissimilar metals' for many years and use "Loctite thread compound 767" on all threaded parts and also apply where the metals join. (wipe off any excess to avoid attracting dust).Not applicable to this build, but I also use it for screwed parts on submersed units particularly in harsh, heavily contaminated waters.Just thought I'd add my 'two bobs worth' from my experiences.Cheers
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As with a lot of these posts, the 'oldies', the category I fit in, were taught by equally professional 'old farts' and it comes down to knowledge and practice, practice, practice. There is a gazillion of sharpening tools on the market and maybe one or two actually work but nothing beats doing it by hand and doing it right. Practice.....
A great , well made piece of machinery and would like to make one. Do you have any drawings, even rough ones, with more complete measurements. I could probably work them out by judgement but it would be easier to have.
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