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Old 09-09-2012, 07:00 PM   #41
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Do not make me jealous. Next you're gonna tell me he getting into powdered metal parts fabrication using 3d printing technology.'
No--he does very custom fabrication--one-offs. So he does most of his work the old-fashioned way. He's looked at powdered metal parts fabrication using that technology. There's a company in WPG that built a car that way...
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Old 09-15-2012, 01:10 AM   #42
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What works really well is sand (now, mine happens to be from Birch Beach, Lake-of-the-Woods--it is granite based--I sifted it to get the large pebbles out), a couple of paper towels, and well, less than an hour and I'm ready to re-season the pan). And it was easy-peasy. I didn't realize the pan would be "silver" when I tossed off the sand. FWIW, I bring the sand home to "walk on" in the winter when my feet get dry--it is the best pumice in the world.
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