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  1. #11
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    Alright you win we all get it your way is best because its cheapest. I agreed all along your way worked. Agreed on the use of the router bits too. I was only pointing out that there were other ways.
    Bit cost 10.97 with shipping. Yes my mill has a vice. My shop is HUGE! Space us never a concern. aluminum is the only metal anyone should ever learn how to use because everything else sucks. And your application and frequency of use is the only one that should matter to any one.
    Later
    Kev

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    Why are you getting upset for.
    You put forward your suggestion which is great I just wanted to find out your situation, after all, I already know mine. I never said your milling system was wrong. An even bigger company would say we should get a CNC laser to do it. Every one is at a different level and need. As I said I made a die to shear the corners off but did not like the finish, some one most likely has a machine that can do the job even better. I hope they as you did comments. I don't see why you would get upset after all they were just some question that needed to be answered so every one could see what your system really costs to work out if it was better suited to them.
    Please come back Kev as I see you have been here a very long time but not posted much. The forum needs to hear your ideas.

    Ji
    Grip it and Rip it

  3. #13
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    I do not discriminate between metals.
    I mostly work with aluminium but I have fabricated heaps with stainless steel and 4130.
    I have some Ti that I want to use one day but have not found the right purpose yet. This thread was to help members see how I shape aluminium with a tool not really meant for it and certainly not meant for steel or other metals.
    I think all metals are great as do all welders.

    Ji
    Grip it and Rip it

  4. #14
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    could you take a few steps back & take a picture of your whole router table. You said it can be broken down easy & hung on a wall. Thanks.
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    It is an Australian design by Triton.
    http://www.carbatec.com.au/triton-pr...-system_c20848
    The legs pull out and slide in horizontally at the bottom of the table.

    Ji
    Grip it and Rip it

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    Does anyone have a mill set up with a Easson DRO with arc command?
    If so that is another way to cut a round corner.
    Any body use this to cut rounds on corners of plates?
    Seems time consuming and not a true curve but facetted.
    Still it is another way.

    Ji
    Grip it and Rip it

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    Here is he link for the arc function and how it works.
    http://youtu.be/jeCYSLuwktU

    Ji
    Grip it and Rip it

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