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    v-block

    How I made my V-Block



    greetings from Brazil

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    Thanks celsoari! We've added your V Block to our Machining category,
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    Once again Thank You!!

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    Excellent video!

    I might add that a very thin V-Block comes in handy from time to time. Thin meaning very short. Great for drilling collars and similar small round parts.

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    Once again Thank You!!
    thank you Ralphxuz

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizard69 View Post
    Excellent video!

    I might add that a very thin V-Block comes in handy from time to time. Thin meaning very short. Great for drilling collars and similar small round parts.
    thanks Bro
    greetings from Brazil

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    Awesome v-blocks like your lapping but what were you using to smooth out the finish it look like rubber?

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    be interesting to see those run across a surface plate with a height gauge and DTI ... Jealous of that tilting head mill - awesome sauce !


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