|Author:||MasonAtom (registered user: 972 posts )|
|Date:||Fri, Sep 18th, 2009 @ 15:25 ( . )|
On 09/18/2009 @ 14:31, Stephen Keller wrote :
When it comes to chassis work, good tools really do make a difference.
: I've used some the harbor freight stuff, and it's okay for lightweight, occasional use, but only just okay. Their cutting edges lose bite pretty quickly. Using generous amounts of cutting oil seems to help extend their lifespan. This suggests that heat is the problem, which probably reflects their choice of cheap materials and hardening techniques.
: As for deburring holes. There are tools designed especially to do that: [link]
I prefer using countersinks over those hand deburring tools.
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