I might be asking a little bit much from the poor mini mill. The feed table has come loose twice, and the head just tilted. After 11 hours with only bathroom breaks I'm going to call it a day.
It is what it is. This machine was used before I got it. It obviously is in dire need of some TLC. I work on high end equipment everyday, one thing that I've learned about equipment. It doesn't matter how expensive it is, the only equipment that doesn't need maintaining or parts replacement..... are the ones that don't get used.Damn man that really sucks
I should be able too clamp the blade in at any angle and support the pin on the back side. One of theses hunters has 8 in total, it should also work for bolsters. I'm going to make an attachment for removing sights, and clamping 1911 slides and frames.Domed pin jig?
It is based off of Nick's design. I didn't put the cup in the bolt because he mentioned in his video that it wasn't needed.If I recall correctly Nick Wheeler uses something similar. But with a smaller tapered post that has a "cup" milled in the top to hold the domed pin underneath.
It is based off of Nick's design. I didn't put the cup in the bolt because he mentioned in his video that it wasn't needed.