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Old 12-09-2013, 07:41 AM
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Trick of the week

have you ever used cutting oil when drilling out a few hundred/thousand spot welds? Then you know its gonna tip over and spill at least once or twice a day so heres what I came up with ...get some foam from old couch or chair cut a piece to fit tightly inside the can then fill the can with your oil..it will never spill again..
Lets see some of your favorite tricks....
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Old 12-09-2013, 10:02 AM
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have you ever used cutting oil when drilling out a few hundred/thousand spot welds? Then you know its gonna tip over and spill at least once or twice a day so heres what I came up with ...get some foam from old couch or chair cut a piece to fit tightly inside the can then fill the can with your oil..it will never spill again..
Lets see some of your favorite tricks....
Ain't you smart. I am going to do this.

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Old 12-09-2013, 10:55 AM
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Great tip, you could also glue a magnet to the bottom side so it would require xtra force to knock over.
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neat tip, thanks. i guess i can get rid of the little lady now, she will no longer be needed to hold thinks like this. LOL
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Ain't you smart. I am going to do this.

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Not so smart John ....but very "Frugil" ..That stuffs expensive,
not only that when you do knock it over its going to spill on your tools or inside the car ,basicly,right where you need to be..... what a PITA ...
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I like it! I usually just use air tool oil on my bits but that's so much better. Thanks for sharing.
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I use old bacon grease as cutting oil, it stays relatively hard and doesn't run. Cheap and smells good too.
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Thank you sir, I'll do this the next time I'm drilling
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have you ever used cutting oil when drilling out a few hundred/thousand spot welds? Then you know its gonna tip over and spill at least once or twice a day so heres what I came up with ...get some foam from old couch or chair cut a piece to fit tightly inside the can then fill the can with your oil..it will never spill again..
Lets see some of your favorite tricks....
I've improved the design of my hi tec cutting oil can , LOL......I bought one of those small HF magnetic bolt trays and set the can in it...the can sticks to the tray and the tray sticks to any metal surface so it can be inches away from where your working ,and it has a second advantage, you now have a special place to keep the drill bits and chuck key....much better than just a can .....
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This is my tip, and I know all of you have plenty of these.
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This is my tip, and I know all of you have plenty of these.
Great idea. I think I will run out and buy some beer right now.
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Ya know...,...I was getting a bit thirsty too....Good idea....
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Great idea! Mine is in a little squeezy bottle. The bottles musicans use for slide oil work excellent but so do stolen ketchup bottles from white castle. Theoretically I mean...
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