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Posted on Fri Feb 22, 2013 6:22 pm
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An interesting idea, there is a lot this has to do and only practical tests will prove if it does it.

I would be interested in your thoughts of avoiding pinching. I.E. the tail end of a link spiral locking the blade up, if it twists in the jig.

Given the time it took to design (and print) the thought of something like this chewing itself up is frightful. Still, invention and innovation is driven by such works as these! Very good work sir!

Make the tool that makes it cheaper and easier and by gum we will make more Maille!

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Posted on Sat Feb 23, 2013 5:17 am
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pinching in that situation is hard to prevent. the 'v' rails keep it aligned pretty well. but as it is human feed, twisting it as you feed is always possible. log as you feed it straight in, and don't over tighten the top down you should have few problems with this. don't forget to mind the speeds and feeds as well.


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