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PostPosted: 01.03.2003 00:50 
japala, when you carved the big hola in the middle of your firewheel, did you use a tool like this one?
http://www.dremeleurope.com/cgi-bin/eu2 ... t/View/194 - Swedish
http://www.dremeleurope.com/cgi-bin/eu2 ... t/View/194 - Finnish
http://www.dremeleurope.com/cgi-bin/eu2 ... t/View/194 - English


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PostPosted: 01.03.2003 00:56 
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Yes, I used a similar too that came with my Ferm tool. It may have slightly longer working length but basically it is the same tool :)


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PostPosted: 28.06.2003 02:04 
Can anyone post another picture (or link to) of that bit you guys are talking about? Or what other tools will make the job easier for making the wheel?


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if Ya'll are talking about what I think you are talking about, I wasn't able to get enough control with that tool. I used it to start the hole and to get it big enough to fit a regular course sanding tool in there. Circular motions evened everything out and gave me a nice smooth, even, and semetrical hole.

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PostPosted: 11.11.2003 06:01 
When i made some fire wheels, i took a sheet of plexi, used a .750 drill bit and a drill press. cut squares around the holes with a hack saw leaving LOTS of material to work with, and then placed 5 in a row on a .750 dowel and turned them to size using a lathe.

works much better, nicer finish and all.
when i was done, i used a gear cutting machine to put grips on the wheels.
i will add some photos soon so you can all see :idea:


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