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    Default pls, is it possible to stamp text fast, like when knurling ?

    hello considering a lathe, is it possible to stamp text on the od, within 1 spindle rev ? you know, like when knurling ?

    i don't remember exactly, but i saw a while ago a video, spindle was rotating, and there was a disc engraved with a text, and once it made contact with the part, it "delivered" / kindly

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    Default Re: pls, is it possible to stamp text fast, like when knurling ?

    Do a search on steel stamps and marking dies. They've been around for a long time.

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    Default Re: pls, is it possible to stamp text fast, like when knurling ?

    thank you

    the human body has enough iron to make a nail ... i can also make the hammer :) i mean a plastic hammer


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pls, is it possible to stamp text fast, like when knurling ?

pls, is it possible to stamp text fast, like when knurling ?

pls, is it possible to stamp text fast, like when knurling ?