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GROOVING A groove can be produced with a parting tool or with a form tool. " Surfaces are often knurled so that they may be more easily gripped with the fingers or by hand. A knurling tool has two serrated hardened-steel rollers with the serrations slanted at 4-5 degrees from the horizontal. The serrations of the roller are slanted at 90 degrees from those of the other roller. Both rollers are 33 GUNSMITHING AND TOOL MAKING BIBLE mounted on a floating head, which permit the rollers to exert equal pressure as they are pressed against a rotating work piece.
When you start up the burner, shut off the gas until you have the air adjusted, and then slowly turn on the gas, while holding a lit Butane torch over the opening of the furnace. It is best to reduce the air blast until the gas is ignited and then slowly open it until the desired flame is obtained. The flame should burn with a firm blue center cone, and the hottest spot will be at the tip of the blue cone. A yellow flame is not as hot and is very sooty. After the bricks of the furnace have become well heated, the air blast may be opened a little farther, and the blast will thus be increased.
At the base of the tool, post the rocker plate has a concave spherical surface facing upward. Usually the cutting tool consists of a tool holder, which carries a tool bit. Different tool holders are available to hold tool bits at various desired horizontal angles. A rocker for mounting the tool holder that has a mating convex spherical surface fits above the rocker plate, and the cutting tool is clamped above this rocker. The rocker plate and rocker thus permit the cutting edge of the cutting tool to be raised or lowered.