The Vehicle Dynamics Bro.
LOL Spiros @ extreme tuners has a great machine shop they partnered with.
just adding a 2nd take down screw. i think making a rifle would be a little illegal.Making a Rifle?
good to know. i have made a few mini cannons on the lathe before though. i still need to build a mount for them and drill the fuse hole. i have yet to fire one. i have a piece of 6" round by about 10-12" 4140 i was going to make a soda can mortar with. as long as its muzzle loaded and doesnt have an open breach, i can do what i want for the most part.it's not. aslong as you never ever ever ever try to sell it or give it away. 100% legal to have a unserialized firearm aslong as you can prove made it yourself, for yourself
yes and normally so do i. but i wanted to be able to just see it instead of having to look at it at the right angle, and i didnt want to have to scribe deep into the aluminum. it took 30 min. to make 1 cut across that block!I assume that is done so you can see your scribe lines better? My grandfather just always scribes the surface without it, although I am sure that at 76 it would help him see better..........
just adding a 2nd take down screw. i think making a rifle would be a little illegal.
i used cermet for the first time today. i got a 10 pack of tungaloy tpmr 322 for $20 on ebay. i love ebay for indexables. anyway, cermet is fuking awesome. it cut cleaner and seemed like it required less hp, and best of all, almost no built up edge. this is compared to the C2 shit i had before in the end mill in the pics above.
you just went into another language sir...
it was like me back when i played WoW
how bout now :haha:i used an advanced ceramic alloy cutting blade for the first time today. i got a 10 pack of tungaloy(brand) triangular shaped, 3/8" big, 1/8" thick, 11 degree back rake cutting edge, with a tolerance of 0.001-0.005" with no center hole and a mechanism for making the metal chips (chipbreaker) smaller, cutting blades for $20 on ebay. i love ebay for flip able/reusable cutting blades. anyway, advanced ceramic alloy is fuking awesome. it cuts more better and seemed like it required less horsepower, and best of all, almost no melted metal stuck to the blade edge. this is compared to the grade 2 carbide shit i had before in the milling tool in the pics above.
We're all like women when it comes to these builds!! :rotf:......I think sometimes I am as bad as a woman.