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Coiling stainless
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Posted on Thu Jan 29, 2004 7:26 pm
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Hey what about an artical that deals with the springback of stainless, and how to get an acurate ID. ie. using a mandrel thats just a little smaller than the desired ID.

just a thought.


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Posted on Thu Jan 29, 2004 9:33 pm
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Chiper from what i understand about coiling stainless is that to get a good AR you use a size smaller in your mandrel.. but the springback has a lot of varibles on how much it will have.. so to make a artical is good.. but would be extremely hard to do since you would have to explore every varible.. hope that helps..

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Posted on Sun Feb 01, 2004 10:39 pm
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well it depends if you have 3/4 hard full hard or 1/4 hard


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Posted on Sun Feb 08, 2004 1:43 pm
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Not to mention soft and 1/2 hard stainless.
And then there's the various types of stainless ie. 304, 316 surgical etc.
I agree with Starwriter. There are too many variables to write a practical tutorial on this issue.

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Druid

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