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    Slitting saw arbor

    Hi,
    Here is a quickly made slitting saw arbor.
    I use it on the lathe's chuck, with the workpiece hold on the milling square as a Z axis.



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    Hi Christophe,

    Very nice work on your website. Nice saw you made too. Like you I do my handles by hand, in fact I use tools made by one of your countrymen Noel Liogier for my saws.

    Cheers,
    Rob

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    Thanks Rob,
    Actually, it was my Christmas present, with the help of the last award I got from homemadetools.net (thanks again Jon), I had a Liogier hand made rasp.
    They are incredibly efficient, even if I am always reluctant to use rasps and files on wood, preferring the gouge, chisel, plane and scraper. But I must admit, these rasps are definitively convincing.


    By the way, father Christmas also gave me a couple of high end japanese oiri nomi chisels :0)

    Cheers,
    Christophe
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    Christophe,
    Nice job. What type of steel did you use for the arbor and what OD did you choose for the arbor shank?
    Thanks, Paul

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    Thanks Christophe! I've added your Slitting Saw Arbor to our Metalworking category, as well as to your builder page: Christophe Mineau's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Jones View Post
    Christophe,
    Nice job. What type of steel did you use for the arbor and what OD did you choose for the arbor shank?
    Thanks, Paul
    Hi Paul, honestly, I don't know what kind of steel it is, probably not the most appropriate one, I did it very quickly one day I had the need of the tool, I took a piece of stock that I had under the hand ...
    (What does OD stands for ?)
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    OD = Outer Diameter
    I guessing the shank is around 12 or 16 mm but wanted to check with you

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    Hello Christophe,

    I built a very similar mandrel for slitting saws:

    Slitting saw arbor-slitting-saw-mandrel-002.jpg

    and assembled

    Slitting saw arbor-slitting-saw-mandrel-003.jpg

    Details and dimensions are on my build page:
    Slitting Saw Mandrel – glue-it.com

    I also had some fun with a solid carbide slitting saw blade:
    Carbide Slitting Saw – glue-it.com

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    Thanks editor@glue-it.com! We've added your Slitting Saw Mandrel to our Metalworking category,
    as well as to your builder page: editor@glue-it.com's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:





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