Re: [Ayreton] Re: Looking for metal work help
Dremel has polishing wheels in the $30 multi bit packs you can get at Home Depot and the like.
JohannesOn Mon, Dec 6, 2010 at 10:04 PM, kiltie_celt <matthew-campbell@...> wrote:
I've got a Dremel, but I didn't get good results last time I used it for something like this. I wonder if I just didn't have the right bits though. Any suggestions on what types of bits?
--- In Ayreton@yahoogroups.com, jon@... wrote:
> Do you have a Dremel tool? I do if you don't.
> -----Original Message-----> From: "kiltie_celt" <matthew-campbell@...>
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> Date: Mon, 06 Dec 2010 23:40:43
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> Subject: [Ayreton] Looking for metal work help
> I have a tickler (trigger lever) for a Renaissance crossbow that I'm working on. I've gotten the lever pretty close to the shape I want using a bench grinder and a file but now I'd like some help getting out the rest of the grinder marks. The one metal file I have works for some of the surfaces but I still need finer files or some kind of buffing wheel. Is there anyone out there who can lend a hand?
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> Rhys Cynydd (aka Matt Campbell)
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