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  1. #16
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    Hi Steve,

    Did you see the picture I posted in post 5 ?
    Best Regards:
    Baron J.

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    Thanks John. I did, but was thinking Iíd take the lazy option and save having to make another tool
    Iíve just had another look and can see that it has the advantage of being able to easily set a precise insert height, and therefore slot width. I can think of a few other uses for that style of setting tool too.
    Guess Iíll see how lazy Iím feeling at the time

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by OxxAndBert View Post
    It definitely sets them radially, but not axially. The face and back of the inserts is completely flat, so they are free to move from the wrong side of the cutter all the way across until they fall out the correct side.
    Once I've sorted out something to mount it on I'll use the method you suggested earlier to set them.

    Steve
    I have just returned from Specsavers with a new pair of Specs.

    Col

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