Re: Case Hardening the Permanent Spindle #lathe
Bill in OKC too
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The spindle should not ever get mangled from hard materials. You'll likely use a center in it, or a chuck or faceplate on it, and the material should never actually touch the spindle.
Bill in OKC
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On Wednesday, May 12, 2021, 06:25:19 PM CDT, Brandon Nugent <nugentmakes@...> wrote:
Thanks Ethan, Thanks Bill.
I am moving forward and if the spindle gets mangled from harder materials, I will clean it up and re-evaluate the need for hardening.