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36mm brazed tungsten carbide mitre cutters post braze and just out of the flux soaking tank.  The 4140 cutter blank has been brazed to the carbide "ring" with special Prinz & Izant silver rod.  The blush of silver can be seen fairly clearly on the left hand cutter.  Next the cutters are sandblasted and then back to the lathe for the final step of boring out the inside of the 4140 blank to match the i.d. of the tungsten carbide ring.  Once that step is complete the cutters go to Paul Brong for precision grinding of both the 3/4" shank and the 36mm body diameter as well as gumming in the teeth.

36mm brazed tungsten carbide mitre cutters post braze and just out of the flux soaking tank. The 4140 cutter blank has been brazed to the carbide "ring" with special Prinz & Izant silver rod. The blush of silver can be seen fairly clearly on the left hand cutter. Next the cutters are sandblasted and then back to the lathe for the final step of boring out the inside of the 4140 blank to match the i.d. of the tungsten carbide ring. Once that step is complete the cutters go to Paul Brong for precision grinding of both the 3/4" shank and the 36mm body diameter as well as gumming in the teeth.

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