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Old 03-28-2016, 10:22 AM   #11 (permalink)
 
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I can bring my collet chuck and collets. SAE version.
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Old 03-28-2016, 11:00 AM   #12 (permalink)
 
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I can bring my collet chuck and collets. SAE version.
That's great Freddie. Do you have a complete set of collets? If not, my metric set covers everything from 3 to 20mm. And if 3/4" is your largest, let me know. I'll at least bring my larger sizes above 3/4".
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On the demos, maybe some folks could reply here with what type of demo they would like to see.

I have a couple in mind, a segmenting demo to make the pen in the photo below. That would most likely require a table saw (at least for the way I do it). The demo could still be done, just skip the "here's how you cut it part."

Decal/stamp casting with clear PR is one I would love to see. This might be better set up at Scott or Bob's shop though.
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I have the full set plus one just a tad larger than 3/4.
If you had rather use the metric collets I will just bring the chuck. Just let me know.


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That's great Freddie. Do you have a complete set of collets? If not, my metric set covers everything from 3 to 20mm. And if 3/4" is your largest, let me know. I'll at least bring my larger sizes above 3/4".
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On the demos, maybe some folks could reply here with what type of demo they would like to see.

I have a couple in mind, a segmenting demo to make the pen in the photo below. That would most likely require a table saw (at least for the way I do it). The demo could still be done, just skip the "here's how you cut it part."

Decal/stamp casting with clear PR is one I would love to see. This might be better set up at Scott or Bob's shop though.
I'd like to see how to do one of those segmented blanks. I've looked at the tutorial, but never tried it myself.

As far as doing a stamp casting, it isn't to hard. Just understand that there won't be a finished blank at the meeting. But I think it would be easy to have one unturned from the mold to show what will come out. And if it's a Sierra, I think we could show how stamps are put on, pour the prepared blank (not the one we just glued up), and turn finished blank all within an hour or maybe an hour & a half. I've done a couple of stamp pens for friends. It isn't hard, and if anyone wants to do this type of casting, there isn't much of a learning curve.
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Old 03-29-2016, 03:02 PM   #16 (permalink)
 
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I could always bring the slow speed grinder and 'demo' sharpening? That would only require anyone coming to bring a dull turning tool....or two(just don't bring twenty).{figured I'd add that the grinder doesn't sharpen carbide}

Not sure I have anything but the tube molds for casting stamps anymore....it's been soon long since I've done it.


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Old 03-29-2016, 03:59 PM   #17 (permalink)
 
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I have the full set plus one just a tad larger than 3/4.
If you had rather use the metric collets I will just bring the chuck. Just let me know.
Why don't you bring the collets too. I'll have enough to bring if Shawn can't come.
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BTW, I forgot to post a photo of the last 'stamp casting' I did...






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Nice job Scott.
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Recommend demo on honing using diamond plate. (For skews and carbides)
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