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Old 04-04-2008, 12:52 AM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Let me know when you get it converted. I'd like a copy. Thanks guys.
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I sent John an email message. Since you can't attach to it, either, I'll need to wait for his instructions. In the meantime, Steve, I've emailed it to you off-forum.
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Got it, thanks a lot Grant.
And of course, thanks to John for writing it.
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Thanks for sharing. I just started the same inserts, I think it's a life saver on some Jr gents platings with questionable caps. I just use the following chuck and a caliper, no bushing. I also bought a thin parting tool just for those but I'm sure many people have made their own.

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Grant!
Firefox was down today,it is ok now would you like too send the email again.
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I've PM'd you. Was it good for you, too? :D:D:D:D
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That was VERY, Very, helpful. Thank you, John!
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FYI, Jeff, the admin of this forum has posted the .pdf of John's tutorial on the home page.

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