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Old 01-25-2021, 05:52 PM
jcarpenter jcarpenter is offline
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mark g

I almost spent as much on the dies for the air powered hammer as the hammer itself. So I got the standard 3 piece, roughing, soft roughing, shrink for steel, flange for steel, small reverse, 4 piece flat dies, and a large upper. And the #2 and #3 air motors.

I can shrink a bowl but my accuracy for shrink placement isn't very good. I'm learning though. Only had the hammer for a couple of months.

Just read up on snarling irons. Another tech to subdue. Sigh.

Don't understand the geometry of your comment about lateral line from the gill cover to tail. Can you re-explain? Thanks.
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