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Posted on Thread Cutters for Course Wooden Screws

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#1 posted 01-09-2018 01:56 PM

If you build your own threading jig, you can buy carbide 60 degree V cutters. Might hold up better, and definitely be quicker that reworking an old file into a cutter. You could probably use the cutter for your current thread cutter as well. I wish there was a Beall type threader for two, two and a half, and three inch screws that could be purchased.

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