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  • You will have to excuse me but what you are saying is that you are screwed.

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  • Damn good idea, first time I have seen a angle grinder on a sled - I will definitely use this as the basis for mine.

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  • great presentation and design. Suggestion, if you use silicone grease it will last between uses (purchased as Silicone plumbers grease or Spark Plug Dielectric) in a real pinch you could use what we used to used with old REI, Primus and Optimus camp stoves - the oil from the side area where your nose meets your face. Again Thanks

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  • neat idea, 2 items that help in step 7 place a 1/2" steel square tube (or 1" or larger) under the clamps to equalize the pressure and the solvent MEK will cut most cured resin if you do get it on the clamps. It will also remove paint, is probably carcinogenic, definitely flammable and available at Lowes and HQ in most states - please follow usual safety protocols, no flame, a breeze and/or closed container when soaking and while not for use on skin it will migrate through the skin and make your mouth feel like it is full of dentist cotton - urethane gloves are probably better than latex when working with this stuff. In the early Vette rebuild days (late 50's) we wore no gloves and none of my friends have died from anything other than stupidity or trying to tune a chain adjuste…

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    neat idea, 2 items that help in step 7 place a 1/2" steel square tube (or 1" or larger) under the clamps to equalize the pressure and the solvent MEK will cut most cured resin if you do get it on the clamps. It will also remove paint, is probably carcinogenic, definitely flammable and available at Lowes and HQ in most states - please follow usual safety protocols, no flame, a breeze and/or closed container when soaking and while not for use on skin it will migrate through the skin and make your mouth feel like it is full of dentist cotton - urethane gloves are probably better than latex when working with this stuff. In the early Vette rebuild days (late 50's) we wore no gloves and none of my friends have died from anything other than stupidity or trying to tune a chain adjuster on a Indian widow maker while going 40 mph, which is stupid when you think about it. Again, a fine product and a good teaching example for the Jr high science and above.

    I like it, it could also be used for the pen making crowd

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