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    I'd describe it as an adjustable square...

    I'd describe it as an adjustable square drawplate, but I've not seen one around.
  2. Thread: Hello

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    Because you posted a thread title that wasn't...

    Because you posted a thread title that wasn't readable.
    Non-English content will be deleted.
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    Poll: Sorry Dennis - you'll be waiting forever for an...

    Sorry Dennis - you'll be waiting forever for an answer.
    I really don't know why they bother; I couldn't be bothered waiting for this one to add some tinned meat to the proceedings.
  4. Thread: Powered saw

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    I've used a scrollsaw for metals - I didn't have...

    I've used a scrollsaw for metals - I didn't have a problem keep the sheet pressed down, but if I let go then hit the same problem as Dennis.
    The other issue is that stroke length is very short, so...
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    Yeah, I'm not going to touch that for less than...

    Yeah, I'm not going to touch that for less than £65 either.
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    What do you need?

    What do you need?
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    Unusual to see that spelling for someone claiming...

    Unusual to see that spelling for someone claiming to be in the US. Which isn't where your IP address originates.
  8. I usually just clamp a suitable size bit of steel...

    I usually just clamp a suitable size bit of steel in place and rely on surface tension/rapid cooling.
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    Given your location, I'd have thought Rio or Otto...

    Given your location, I'd have thought Rio or Otto Frei would be the sensible options.
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    Butane is about 2x denser than air...

    Butane is about 2x denser than air...
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    Seems to be down to the pressure, but I haven't...

    Seems to be down to the pressure, but I haven't found any legislation backing that up.
    Not that I'd want 30kg of butane cylinders indoors anyway.
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    As in plique a jour? Yes, but it often needs a...

    As in plique a jour? Yes, but it often needs a backing (copper foil, for example) which then gets removed.

    Some of the cells there might not work with just wet packing, as in this video -...
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    Many insurers will get twitchy about running a...

    Many insurers will get twitchy about running a business from home - T H march tend to be recommended for more specialist policies, including craft workers.
    I'm not with them because they couldn't...
  14. Thread: hello

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    You do see the "banned" descriptor below the...

    You do see the "banned" descriptor below the username?
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    Polishing, grinding, spraying, sanding - anything...

    Polishing, grinding, spraying, sanding - anything where I'm kicking up a lot of dust (or droplets) - Versaflo.
    Less dust (e.g. bandsaw) - filter mask.
    Filing? No. Large particles, not airborne....
  16. Thread: spinner ring

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    I've usually just flared the things with a couple...

    I've usually just flared the things with a couple of biggish dapping punches. Soldered rails when needed.
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    Did it go fully white? I've not found the tech...

    Did it go fully white? I've not found the tech specs on the Phrozen resin beyond the burnout cycle; FWIW, I've had reasonable results with Bluecast (and they're pretty hot on giving lots of detail...
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    How - and how long - have you cured the resin?

    How - and how long - have you cured the resin?
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    I'm pretty sure that's not a hallmark per se (not...

    I'm pretty sure that's not a hallmark per se (not a UK one anyway).
    Have a look here - https://www.silvercollection.it/hallmarks.html
    I haven't yet found the marks there, but I strongly suspect a...
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    Do you have a picture of the hallmark? Might be...

    Do you have a picture of the hallmark?
    Might be completely unrelated, but German silver is a name given to nickel silver...
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    What's the question?

    What's the question?
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    Safety pickle is usually sodium bisulphate...

    Safety pickle is usually sodium bisulphate (NaHSO4). In water, it dissociates to form a highly acidic solution. It's safer to handle in its dry form than sulphuric, but the aqueous solution isn't...
  23. Thread: PVA of gassing

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    First thought was it sounds possible, but I don't...

    First thought was it sounds possible, but I don't know if it would do so enough to affect the copper in gold.
    This showed up in searches -...
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    No. It isn't. We're not here to discuss...

    No. It isn't. We're not here to discuss purchasing at all.
  25. I need to get my eyes tested :D

    I need to get my eyes tested :D
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