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    Way cool for small jobs or restoration projects. It might work well with very soft fine abrasives.

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    Looks like it would work good for removing corrosion on small parts or prep for paints/coatings.Make sure your media has been filtered and very dry.
    I dig the homemade tools. The electric table lift for the drill press was cool.
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    what was the putty he used?

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    Upgraded with ceramic nozzle. 9:54 video:


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    what was the putty he used?
    I don't read Japanese, but there are several pre-batched epoxies with "A" & "B" components in a stick, and catalyst starts when kneading. Common in home improvement, marine and auto part stores.
    Even in California......for the time being.



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