fabrication advice needed

Always good to have some helpful tips when making stove.
Where to get materials cheap, what tool is best.
How to do a specific task. Anything that will help.
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zelph
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Re: fabrication advice needed

Post by zelph » Mon Sep 28, 2009 4:06 pm

Like RG said, run the hole saw backwards, take your time, let it cool,then run it some more.
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Re: fabrication advice needed

Post by irrationalsolutions » Sat May 26, 2012 10:25 pm

Its a little late now but that is how I make the afterburner. I use a paddle bit. Keep it at a slow speed and take your time. I get a perfect hole every time.
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Re: fabrication advice needed

Post by zelph » Mon May 28, 2012 11:40 pm

irrationalsolutions wrote:Its a little late now but that is how I make the afterburner. I use a paddle bit. Keep it at a slow speed and take your time. I get a perfect hole every time.
Yes, paddle bits are nice for aluminum hole cutting.
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