Re: Window frame uses
- Thanks, I made one in lost foam too, it worked, but looked bad
enough I melted it down and made these. Figured I'd make some that
looked a little more "professional". And it got rid of a lot of
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Lyle" <creepinogie@...> wrote:
> Hey, those are some nice looking flasks!
> --- In email@example.com, "Dave" <odd_kins@> wrote:
> > I've put some pictures in Dave's Shop album. It's what I do with
> > extruded aluminum frames. Just because it's extruded doesn't
> > shouldn't be used. I make ingots first, when I melt the ingots I
> > very little dross. With these parts I demold in 2 minutes and
> > with water, that helps with the machining. I don't use carbide
> > on castings, they seem to gum-up faster than HSS cutters. And
> > lot of 10 to 1 mix soluble oil, in a spray bottle.