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Old 04-11-02, 07:12 PM Thread Starter   #1
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started my water block


started my milling my water block will ceep you all posted how its going
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Old 04-11-02, 07:30 PM Thread Starter   #4
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all the stuff i am going to use
bulding tree blocks at the same time
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Old 04-11-02, 07:31 PM   #5
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wow, I wanna do dat too! good luck looks good so far
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Old 04-11-02, 07:33 PM Thread Starter   #6
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here is a closeup its not finish't yet need to mill some more channels but run out of time next week going to do more work on it : ))
that black stuff is just burnd oil hey was in a hurry milling hehehe
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Itís looking good so far. I wish I had the tools to do that.

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Nice . But please be gentle on the tools.
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Nice . But please be gentle on the tools.
yeah whit the saw i will had to pay 15 euro for that one the other one's are for free
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maybe I can ghet some of the equipment at my school...hemmmmm...
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how fast are you going????

im gonna be doing similar milling but on a small mill... and what are your rpms and how fast is that thing moving?

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how fast are you going????

im gonna be doing similar milling but on a small mill... and what are your rpms and how fast is that thing moving?
i used the tabel ass for aluminum its a bid sticky copper if it get hot but ass long ass you use oil ore cooling water you be safe
i used 1500 rpm for a 6mm mill needet 4000 but the dame machine woodent go higer and 500 rpm for a 18mm mill but ass long ass the (feeding?) isent to high ore always save whit lower rpm
but anyway good luck whit ore's and keep use posted

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