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Can I buy 9.5mm mild steel rod?

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Tim Stevens14/11/2017 17:32:10
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Oh! It would have been better, in my view, if we had been told this at the beginning. We could then have advised about the tread-grooving devices used on commercial truck tyres.

Regards, Tim

Mike Poole14/11/2017 17:59:18
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Posted by Men Ifr on 14/11/2017 17:15:45:

The idea is that I can cut/shape rubber blocks with a heated chisel shape so no soldering involved!

I'll try the aluminium and see how that does, using copper would be much more difficult for me.

Ahh

Mike

Men Ifr14/11/2017 19:50:41
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Sorry - thought I had explained it earlier.

Michael Gilligan14/11/2017 21:16:43
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Posted by Men Ifr on 12/11/2017 18:45:12:

This is to make a heater chisel with the rod fitting into a 100w soldering iron

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Looks like it to me yes

One tiny typo and your message was presumably missed

[heater / heated]

MichaelG

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