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Evan

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About Evan

  • Birthday 12/13/1984

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    Tacoma WA
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    I'll try anything once... Well almost anything
  1. I have a BSA RD_30 on my 9mm carbine and its awsome zero@ 100 and holding 39.99 +tax dosnt get much better for the price good luck Evan
  2. Well not really, sanding the armature on a brushed motor by hand is a bad idea you need spin it locked in place so you dont get it out of round, sometimes they just get out of round by themself. I rebuild 10,000 rpm brushed motors a little brush chatter will 1 ruin the brushes you just replaced 2 ruin the motor. go to a vaccum shop and get a stick of commantors stone, there should be a pannel to open and gain access to the armature 1 replace brushes 2 blow out extra carbon dust 3 turn on and run the stone on the commantor(where the brushes ride)and that will resurface and keep it round. grinder motors are mostly brushless so if it fails you can clean it out and hope for the best. Hope this helps and you can also buy carbon brushes at the same shop.
  3. That would make any man boil in his shoes, so to let off some steam I would go to the woods and get some target pratice. I wish you luck with resolving this. Evan
  4. Ric dose this count? I was polishing a butter knife that I made into a thrower... the 8" buffing wheel grabed it and threw it over my sholder and into the wall about 8' away lucky me it didnt hit/stick me
  5. I like it. Its a great start heres my input. 1 a little more work on the transtion from blade to handle and 2 narrow and draw out the tang its a little "clunky" and warped. I woant post my first work because I dont like the way it turned out and its crap steel so it was practis anyway. Keep pounden steel. Evan
  6. Ok I see people claying the spine of their work and I know why, but what I dont know is what the black clay used for the EDGE LINKYOUTUBE or why? If someone could shed some light on this please do. And if you know how to make it that would be even better. Thanks Evan
  7. Well find out what your local Noise Ordance is and let them deal with it its the law ha ha (Not to be rude but I'm a little rough around the edges )
  8. Man I would LOVE to play with some of that I can save most pocket knives that broke. But who is willing to depart with their less then usefull work when they can just break it up the rest of the way restack and forge a new one with even more detail. Just wishful thinking Stay sharp guys pun intended Evan
  9. The only oil that I know of that absorbs moisture from the air is Brake Fluid Dry boiling point Wet boiling point DOT 3 205 °C (401 °F) 140 °C (284 °F) DOT 4 230 °C (446 °F) 155 °C (311 °F) DOT 5 260 °C (500 °F) 180 °C (356 °F) DOT 5.1 270 °C (518 °F) 190 °C (374 °F) Hope this helps
  10. Ok I understand how that could be detarmental to your health I'm glad I ask becaus I thaught it was a good idea IF I could keep the oil from catching fire. An OILFIRE ontop of boiling water would burn the place down. kinda feel dumb now but at least no mistake and still learned. Thank you very much I think I'll stick to water
  11. I've been asking around for a little but nobody has tryed this. Bi-quench with Oil ontop of water in a horazontal tank with maby 3 inch of oil and 4inch of water. Would this way of quenching reduce the rick of cracking and reduce the amout of curve you get form water alone(water=positive curve and oil=negitive curve) or would this do both and make a snake blade? Hope someone tryes this as I'm not ready to do any HTing Thanks Evan
  12. Who dosnt't like fire lol

  13. Super blade indeed +2 if they let me lol
  14. thank you for your input but I've been working metal for a long time just not forging it. I own a sharpening & repair company so I know quite a bit about steel and how to make it very sharp. I also have made many handles for knifes. I enjoy working with steel I love the sound steel makes when your forging it anything more you could add would be awsome I havent had much luck picking brai...

  15. thank you for your input but I've been working metal for a long time just not forging it. I own a sharpening & repair company so I know quite a bit about steel and how to make it very sharp. I also have made many handles for knifes. I enjoy working with steel I love the sound steel makes when your forging it anything more you could add would be awsome I havent had much luck picking brai...

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