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I used to break taps. Being proactive I bought a 5 pound bag of Alum. Never broken a tap since.
Is like taking the umbrella to ward off rain.
in Austin TX
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Great idea, but how about removing a broken 2-56 tap from steel or aluminum? Will the alum solution work on aluminum? Obviously it won't work on steel, but what will? Will the carbide drill work on removing from steel/aluminum without distorting the hole?
Mr.Ron from South Mississippi
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good luck drilling a 2-56 tap out....this is where an edm drill is worth anything you have to pay to use...