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Re: JD Squared - The Beast Tube Notcher

Postby Oscar » Fri Jul 21, 2017 6:20 pm

Coolidge wrote:
Oscar wrote:
Coolidge wrote:I used mine the other day to cope some carbon fiber tubing with a diamond hole saw.


how you gonna weld up that carbon fibre tube? :D


TIG with carbon fiber filler rod :twisted:


Nice. How much does it cost per pound? :lol:
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Re: JD Squared - The Beast Tube Notcher

Postby GreinTime » Fri Jul 21, 2017 7:12 pm

Oscar wrote:
Coolidge wrote:
Oscar wrote:[quote="Coolidge"]I used mine the other day to cope some carbon fiber tubing with a diamond hole saw.


how you gonna weld up that carbon fibre tube? :D


TIG with carbon fiber filler rod :twisted:


Nice. How much does it cost per pound? :lol:[/quote]My leg guy at one point told me the prosthetic main body was aluminum. As I found out, it is not. Not only will carbon fiber conduct amperage after a certain threshold, the resin is typically shellfish based (the ones I've used at least) and it emits a nasty puff of smoke...

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