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waterjet/plasma cutting? - November 25, 2012, 10:41 AM

I need to cut a few parts out of 1" plate, can anyone recommend somewhere local?


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Ask Dodge. He might know.


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I've got an uncle in Lorton who could do it. I can check on it.
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Nevermind, turns out my uncle is in Alabama for a few weeks.
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Nevermind, turns out my uncle is in Alabama for a few weeks.
That might be within my time frame anyway


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Ok, give me some more details and I'll send that info to him.
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You have cad files? What metal? Part use?


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You have cad files? What metal? Part use?
I can, a36 (already have the plate), crank jig

I'd cut it myself since i need to final machine it anyway, but my the throat on my bandsaw is too small, and my o/a torch is in PA.



it's basically (the ims video is a danly) a danly die plate with a hole in the middle









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We use Winchester Metals for a lot of that kind of work.
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Better pics of the design I'm building (i'll have to draw it up tonight), except I'm using actual Danly bushings & pins










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I'm curious what the jig is for.


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I'm curious what the jig is for.
From the pictures I'd say it's for pressing together 2 stroke cranks.


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From the pictures I'd say it's for pressing together 2 stroke cranks.
any split/press together crankshaft

2t/4t is irrelevant.

The point of the fixture is to keep the crank wheels in alignment when assembling the crank. You can do it w/o the fixture, it just gets you very close with out much extra truing.


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any split/press together crankshaft

2t/4t is irrelevant.

The point of the fixture is to keep the crank wheels in alignment when assembling the crank. You can do it w/o the fixture, it just gets you very close with out much extra truing.

So this is how you install a con-rod on a press together crank? How would you take it apart? I'm just curious as I have no clue. (Yeah, I know. DUH!)

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