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Got my new Bench Source annealer

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Unread 04-07-2010, 09:07 PM
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I always used my air compressor to blow out the casings once out of the water. Thanks for the replies.

Tank

Thanks TANK, I hadn't thought of that, I've got a compressor and never thought about blowing them out!

Bet I will next time.
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    Awesome and expensive. How long doea a tank last running like in the video? It's a beauty, enjoy it.
    I have a line made and "T ed" two the torches from a gas grill tank. I have been annealing for a long time and still on my first tank. I found using the big tank gives me a more consistant flame.

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    Re: Got my new Bench Source annealer

    Can't imagine there's any reason to do this outdoors than there would be to be rolling a propane stove from the kitchen to outside for cooking...correct? Where do you guys have them set up at, inside or garage, shed or outside?
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    You need good ventalation. I do it in the garage with a door raised a bit.

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    Can't imagine there's any reason to do this outdoors than there would be to be rolling a propane stove from the kitchen to outside for cooking...correct? Where do you guys have them set up at, inside or garage, shed or outside?

    In the basement on a wooden bench with carpet underneath me!! I drop at least one, but have yet to burn the house down. I keep a carpet on the floor, so in the case of dropping one on the floor it doesn't bounce off the concrete floor and ding up my brass. I suppose a rubber mat may be more appropriate.

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