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Bar making Demo

January 4 2012 at 6:42 AM
Rusty  (no login)

Barre, are you still doing the bar making demo today at 8:00 p.m.? (EST?)


    
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Pinske
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Yes

January 4 2012, 6:46 AM 

Tonight at 8 everything you need to know to make the bar. Tune in tell your friends. Mine is working great.

I'm very sorry I have not tried to produce them. I did not find a bigger company who wanted to take it on. It's really not worth my time to make them I can only do so much. I really hope this helps carvers to start using the new little chain.

 
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the beaver
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Re: Yes

January 4 2012, 3:49 PM 

is that 8 oclock in the atlantic time zone?

 
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Pinske
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Hope you all benifited

January 4 2012, 6:46 PM 

I can do another one sometime if folks are interested. let me know if you want a hydraulic demo too.

 
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rusty
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kidnapped!

January 4 2012, 7:04 PM 

I missed it! My wife forced me to go to the outlet mall and we just got home. (10 EST)
Did you record it?

What was the secret tool?

 
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Butch Elrod
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Re: kidnapped!

January 4 2012, 9:47 PM 

I checked and, at the moment, there is no recording of tonight's demo sad.gif


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Pinske
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the trick

January 5 2012, 7:02 AM 

The trick is putting a 3" .040 small cutting wheel in a 1/4" shank chuck in a variable speed router. The router needs to be screwed to a 1/8" metal plate creating a flat cutting surface. You slowly grind the grove into the tool steel by pressing down on the steel keeping it flat and running back and forth along the wheel. Grind the very tip after the tempering.


amtek tool and supply sells the cutting wheels and the steel. the tool steel I used is item number ly5000906 9/64 x 2" you can get any length you want.

Amtek 248-548-0050

you need to temper the steel there are a few other tricks to making it work. I'm not keeping a secrets on this it's just not easy. It can be done. Please ask for help if you try it I'd be happy to help.


I may do another demo it takes an hour to show how to do it that's a long recording.

I may try to get my buddy Alex to make a video of it.

Good luck




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