So how did you get that finish on the wrench? And the nice radius on all the outside corners? On both sides. Must take a heck of a jig...I still think it's cast except for maybe the fin notches....send me a pic of the wrench in the machine and I'll believe you.
Or...sell me one for $20 and I'll believe you....see, I'm always willing to compromise.
That's true. I sometimes wonder how I made any money w/o CNC...but we did....but it was harder.quote:
I'd love to go CNC if I had the money. Don't have time to learn all the "real" stuff. My guess is the machnist 50 years ago would have given up their tools for CNC in a second if they had the choice.
I managed to break most of the fins getting it off, and now that the engine is rebuilt by Steve D. I will have to put it back on. The clamps are real hard to find so I don't want to ruin another one.
frank, youre confusing machine operators with machinists. get it straight! same thing in wood dude.