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    Keyway slotting tool

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    Here is a keyway slotting tool that I recently built to slot a keyway into a pulley. I had wanted one of these for quite some time, so now was the time to build it

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    Cool, Greg Dix. Looks like a solid build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIYer View Post
    Cool, Greg Dix. Looks like a solid build.
    Hi. Yes it is reasonably solid. It is built with what I had at hand. Thanks for the comment.

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    Thanks Greg! I've added your Keyway Slotting Tool to our Lathe Accessories category, as well as to your builder page: Greg Dix's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    Practical and functional , congratulations

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    Sorry my mistakes in english.
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    It looks like you've got a fine piece of tooling. Nice job on the slotter.

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    A nice pic Gregg. Could we have a few details of how it came about?

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    I like that, my next build. Would it pay to have some shorter bars to keep springing of the bar to a minimum?


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