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    monk replied to the thread Saltwater Etching Instructions.
    be advized-- the process will release chlorine gas. very bad for yer lungs ! i forgot to mention ferric chloride. works good, re...
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    what resist is that?
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    monk replied to the thread Trials.
    el cheapo on the dinero
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    monk replied to the thread Trials.
    i have about ten pounds of blades i have made quite a bit shorter than they were designed to be. you know, dull !
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    monk replied to the thread Belt Buckle Someone Posted.
    i agree totally.as long as the quality is there,as long as somebody likes the design, who cares if it's not the "every day stuff".
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    276, tyvm for sharing this. i hope the anal sphincter gets caught !
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    some apples can be rotten on the inside and red and shiney on the surface.
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    monk replied to the thread UK newbie.
    absolutely they do. the grs tools are much more adjustable in the stroke and power settings. if you have the funds, by all means the grs...
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    monk replied to the thread Close Encounters.
    cool to the max
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    monk replied to the thread Belt Buckle Someone Posted.
    some time ago a young lady joined the forum. she departed rather quickly. her theory was that engraving was too cut and dry. not enough...
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    monk replied to the thread UK newbie.
    two ways. grs, pricey but a very good bang for yer buck. for under 50 bucks u can make yer own. not cool to look at, but they do work...
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    monk replied to the thread UK newbie.
    welcome to the madhouse. here's hoping you find this forum helpful.
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    monk replied to the thread Colt 41 Caliber Derringer.
    sweet lookin to my old eyes.
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    monk replied to the thread Cutting on concave surfaces.
    learning how to heat, bend to required shape, and the final annealing of gravers can be well worth the effort. y.doing such is really...
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    monk reacted to Big-Un's post in the thread Cutting on concave surfaces with Like Like.
    Old engravers made their gravers themselves, bending the tips upwards to fit the curvature of the object being engraved, such as bowls...

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