Turning Archive 2005

Subject:
Yup, that was me
Response To:
Re: Tape ()

Mike Schwing from Md.
>My first "paid" tip to the AAW magazine. Put the work in the jaws, tighten as normal and then use the packing/stretch wrap all around it, covering the glue block if necessary. When its good and tight, you can use an x-acto knife to cut the plastic wrap from around the area you need to work. Works like a dream!

Also - I do almost the exact things that John does for his, but I don't use CA because I've had it fail. Probably is my technique. I use 5 minute epoxy instead, never had one let go. I also use a think kerf saw to part off the glue block while on the vac chuck, if it is big enough to reuse. If not I simply turn it away.

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