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    Drilling gadget made of disposable chopsticks, can really drill

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    Nothing very special about that at all, jewelers have been using that principle for centuries.

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    Yes, I just communicate it to everyone through another way of expression. After all, there are still some people who haven’t seen it yet. thanks for watching

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    Всё новое, это хорошо забытое старое.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slim-123 View Post
    Всё новое, это хорошо забытое старое.
    Translated from Russian to English ---
    ----------------------------------------------- " Everything is new, it is well forgotten old ".

    NOPE, still made and sold today, even used by Jewellers all over the world today as well.


    https://www.cooksongold.com/Jeweller...earch=y&show=N

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    yes

    [QUOTE = greenie; 144561]从俄语翻译成英语---
    ----------------------------------- ------------一切都是新的,它已经被遗忘了。

    NOPE,今天仍在生产和销售,甚至今天也被全世界的珠宝商使用。


    https://www.cooksongold.com/Jeweller...earch=y&show=N [/ QUOTE]



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    A standard twist drill will only cut half the time with this contraption. Do jeweler's use square section "drills" or similar to cut/wear in both directions?

    On a different note, I've never encountered a modern jeweler who didn't have a Foredom at his work station.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mklotz View Post
    A standard twist drill will only cut half the time with this contraption. Do jeweler's use square section "drills" or similar to cut/wear in both directions?

    On a different note, I've never encountered a modern jeweler who didn't have a Foredom at his work station.
    I spent a few years in the Republic of Turkey in the 80's, and saw such things there. Don't know if you'd consider that "modern" or not. Any sort of flex-shaft drill can be handy, but so can the Archimedian style drills, especially where there is no available electrical power. The triangular-point blacksmith-style drills would cut both ways. I've considered making one for my shop several times. Now that I'm a little better trained in using a lathe, it seems more likely to happen in the foreseeable future.

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