well a miracle today. I get a good list of shops to go too and I have to open up
the box of Japanese irons. I had not opened them as why since I thought I would
be shipping them again. well what do I find but they are pretty much flat. they
finally got it right.
when you have 2800.00 worth of irons You don't take chances. take care all.
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Fish around at rec.crafts.metalworking, too, Steve.
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We're in Washington. I can put you in touch with our sales guy if you'd
like. We've got a couple of surface grinders that are never that busy. A
little further away than what you'd like, I'm sure but guaranteed good work.
DSU Peterbilt over on Swan island has a long history of machine work
repair of diesel engines where tolerences are in the .0000's I would
think they could make a recommendation. Also perhaps a call to the
local INTEL factory to talk to a FAB supervisor might come up with
I have a contact for a water and laser jet cutter and they often need
machinists as well.
If you haven't found anybody yet, a number of years ago I had a
serious problem while passing through The Dalles. There was a machine
shop that did some really nice work for me there at a good price in
very short order. IIRC, the name was Dalles Iron Works.
I know they are a bit east of you, but any port in a storm, etc.
On Tue, 17 Aug 2004 17:11:31 GMT, Steve Knight
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