Tube Notching: The One Simple And Effective Method You’ll Ever Need.

For amateurs, notching tubes can be a daunting task. Good thing there’s a simple and effective technique that won’t require any expensive materials to notch a tube.

In this video tutorial, viewers get to learn a simple yet effective method that’s used for tube notching. For starters, you’ll need a drill and a hole saw. Note that this technique is best for zero-degree notching (this method has been proven difficult to do by hand when used with other angles). If you have all the materials you need, then by all means, feel free to visit the video to watch the step-by-step instructions.

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  • January 17, 2017 at 7:02 am
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    Great video, and a really good technique! With cutting fluids, however, there are way better choices than WD 40. Try a plumbing supply store (or a really good hardware store!) for dark sulphurized cutting oil. This is what is used in pipe threading machines and for single point thread cutting in a lathe. Other choices would be Tap Magic and similar. If you can’t find anything good locally, go to mcmaster.com and search cutting fluids. You’ll have a world of choices, and cutting tools that last longer.

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