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Posted 8 May 2013You guys have inspired me to create a "pro" version of my magnets on tools idea.
What about taking a 4 x 8 sheet of sheet metal and bend it into an arch above your wheel. Then whenever you get done with a tool you could just hurl it straight up and probably most of the time the magnet would stick to the sheet metal. However, if you keep your tools sharp you might have the sensation of sitting under the Sword of Damocies
Anyone who wants to get in on this entrepreneurial venture, I will cut you in for 100% of the profit
Posted 2 May 2013I suspect that it is important to carve away some broken brick to get a large bonding area for the kiln cement soaked ceramic mat to adhere to.
As to perkolator's comment about a "proper" repair, I would astound myself if I ever did anything the "proper" way. I think I am akin to Rube Goldberg.
Posted 27 Mar 2013Since I'm a welder I don't think it would be that difficult for me to build. What I'm not sure about is whether I would get enough recycling of heat to be worth the trouble.
Posted 27 Mar 2013Trina
I'm glad you have noticed my true identity
Thanks for confirming the formula
Posted 26 Mar 2013Rock tumblers usually are hexagon steel chambers. Is there any problem with metal wearing off the chamber and getting into the glaze?
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