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post #7 of (permalink) Old 04-25-2014, 06:46 PM
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I like how this is shaping up . Sorry you lost the first cap but learnig is not always inexpensive . So if I understand after the "button" is pressed in then you go back to the lathe and finish the outside . Nice . I bet you could even do a set with spikes for a real custom look .

A thought to offer . Being aluminum , I would think ( thats dangerous) you could get the .002 fit and not have to force it . I think you could warm the cap enough that the button could drop in . You could freeze the button if you needed just a bit more fit clearence.
Looking good .

Mike
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