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Id like to know If anyone can tell me where I could find a 1 3/4" O.D. bearing with a 5/16" I.D. Im trying to set up a 1 7/8" slotting bit cut a 1/16" deep slot. Thanks Dave
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Hi David

I'm not sure if you miss this one, But I don't think you will find one, it's almost a make your own thing.

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Id like to know If anyone can tell me where I could find a 1 3/4" O.D. bearing with a 5/16" I.D. Im trying to set up a 1 7/8" slotting bit cut a 1/16" deep slot. Thanks Dave



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Hello again Bob. I did try your idea about using a press on adapter of UHMW plastic. after several trips around the frame of the fish net the plastic began to wear and shread. It worked well for a short time but broke down. It seemed like that was the ticket, I just couldnt make it work
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P.S. I was using it a the lowest speed possible
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Hi David

Pickup some Alum.it should stand up longer..but the disk should spin on the shank (bearing) and not on the stock.
It will mill out just like the UHMW plastic.

I have used the tool below for jobs like the one you are doing.
Dremel makes many saw blades,,you can stack the blades to get the 1/16" that you want.

http://www.amazon.com/Dremel-670-Min...3066070&sr=1-6
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