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    After looking on youtube for a good Knurling tutorial I found this , its a spreadsheet the guy has done for calculatiing the correct stock size for the pitch.. may be usefull to someone I know it is for me lol

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    Some people over think some things.

    Tightening the knurling tool/pushing in a bit deeper until the knurl finds it's own divisions has always worked for me in the past. It's not an exact science, as the knurling teeth will slip on the workpiece into the grooves if the diameter isn't ideal.

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