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Subject: Re: Machining Polypropylene

Date: 02/04/02 at 7:15 PM
Posted by: Kenneth David Allen
E-mail: jeeperscompshop2000@yahoo.com
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In Reply to: Machining Polypropylene posted by Leo on 01/26/02 at 10:41 AM:

HI! Leo:
We would take a light cut completely across the bottom surface to equalize the skin effect. You have to figure in some extra thickness in the raw stock for this final cut.
Just like when you weld on some metal sheets, you have to heat the reverse side under the weld to get it to flatten back out.

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