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Subject: Re: Milling 440 stainless steel

Date: 04/22/03 at 5:06 PM
Posted by: Tom Nicholas
E-mail: t.j.nicholas@worldnet.att.net
Message Posted:

In Reply to: Milling 440 stainless steel posted by daryl bane on 04/20/03 at 9:19 PM:

I read your issue with interest. I assist machine shops with similar problems in diverse situations. I represent a seed based lubricant/cutting oil that contains molybdenum in suspension. We provide our clients with heat and friction reduction that allows for longer tool life at higher feeds and speeds with better finishes. Our product is also environmentally friendly.

If I can assist, please drop me a note.

Tom Nicholas
Sustainable Products, Inc.
t.j.nicholas@worldnet.att.net


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