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Old 02-01-2013, 01:27 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I try my damnedest to no manual thread anything anymore why would you when just thread mill it. I would still have to do it for a barrel but anything I can stick in the mill and thread I do.

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What's the name of that type of cutter? Interested to see what the business end looks like.
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Old 02-01-2013, 01:36 PM   #22 (permalink)
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There you go. That is a "single" point thread milling cutter best for universal thread cutting of various sizes and diameters. If you want to thread 1000 of the same size hole you should think about a dedicated thread mill that only cuts one pitch. like this

Solid Carbide Straight Flute Thread Mills - Unified (UN) Threads on Advent Tool & Manufacturing, Inc.
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There you go. That is a "single" point thread milling cutter best for universal thread cutting of various sizes and diameters. If you want to thread 1000 of the same size hole you should think about a dedicated thread mill that only cuts one pitch. like this

Solid Carbide Straight Flute Thread Mills - Unified (UN) Threads on Advent Tool & Manufacturing, Inc.
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I never got fun toys like that at the last shop I worked at. I use to grind a 1/2-13 tap down till I had one tooth left on it and thread mill with that.
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nothing wrong with that whatever works right
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Sort of thread hijack.... I just "gently" separated an old automag smart parts all-american glued 2 piece. What are the chances of that being freak bored and then threaded to accept freak tips?
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so if any of you are still here, what im getting from this is that the female end of a freak kit is proprietary? meaning of course that you have to use their fronts with their backs?
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Their are some companies that make freak threaded tips. I think DW does Stiffi used to.
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I never got fun toys like that at the last shop I worked at. I use to grind a 1/2-13 tap down till I had one tooth left on it and thread mill with that.
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