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  • Re: Steady Rest Inserts?

    Thta's true, or possible. However, the solid jaws can capture a chip and scratch a groove that looks like a shallow thread. However, it is true that with the

    wa5cab 22 hours ago
  • Re: Steady Rest Inserts?

    Delrin would be interesting... Roller bearings present interesting problems. Cleanliness is critical because as you say chips and swarf can become

    mondosmetals 23 hours ago
  • Re: Steady Rest Inserts?

    The original brass inserts have worked well for me for many years. Delrin might work better for some tasks, I'll have to try it. I've read that roller bearing

    mattsonrj@att.net 1 day ago
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