Chart for threading with compound set at 29 or 29.5 degrees

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Re: Chart for threading with compound set at 29 or 29.5 degr

Post by warmstrong1955 » Thu Mar 03, 2016 8:14 am

Wow Glenn......

My gages looked good.....but not that good. Beautiful!
The knurl belongs in a textbook.....

Mine were all made of 414 Q&T but one, which was 1045.

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Re: Chart for threading with compound set at 29 or 29.5 degr

Post by BadDog » Thu Mar 03, 2016 6:20 pm

Yeah, I wouldn't dare show one of my go/no-go thread gages after that specimen showed up.

I mean, uh, mine all look like that... yeah.. that's the ticket... I would prove it but, uh, I can't find my camera... 8)
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Re: Chart for threading with compound set at 29 or 29.5 degr

Post by warmstrong1955 » Thu Mar 03, 2016 8:31 pm

BadDog wrote:Yeah, I wouldn't dare show one of my go/no-go thread gages after that specimen showed up.

I mean, uh, mine all look like that... yeah.. that's the ticket... I would prove it but, uh, I can't find my camera... 8)
:D Yeah....I heard that BadDog......
I looked for a pic or two....and couldn't find one.
Lucky for me, my previous employer bought all the ones I made....and I can't take a pic now.
(They are all in Canada....and I'm not)

:wink:
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Re: Chart for threading with compound set at 29 or 29.5 degr

Post by redneckalbertan » Mon Mar 07, 2016 9:04 pm

warmstrong1955 wrote:
BadDog wrote:Yeah, I wouldn't dare show one of my go/no-go thread gages after that specimen showed up.

I mean, uh, mine all look like that... yeah.. that's the ticket... I would prove it but, uh, I can't find my camera... 8)
:D Yeah....I heard that BadDog......
I looked for a pic or two....and couldn't find one.
Lucky for me, my previous employer bought all the ones I made....and I can't take a pic now.
(They are all in Canada....and I'm not)

:wink:
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Re: Chart for threading with compound set at 29 or 29.5 degr

Post by warmstrong1955 » Mon Mar 07, 2016 9:13 pm

redneckalbertan wrote: Let me know where in Canada and I'll see if I can get you a new picture. ;)
He He.....

Well....was in Burlington.....but I don't know now, since the company was bought out....twice in the last 6 years...

Whew!....lucky me.....

:)
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