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How to cut threaded rod.

Post by babyboy on Wed 30 May 2012 - 14:24

Just bought a threaded rod in 1meter lenght fr kelantan lane. Any tips on how to cut threaded rod and hollow aluminiun rod? How to make sure after cutting the rod the tread can still be use. Can use normal saw?
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Re: How to cut threaded rod.

Post by laneboysrc on Wed 30 May 2012 - 16:25

What I used to do when I was young Very Happy and owned a 1:1 car back in Europe:

Put a few nuts on the rod, tighten them against each-other. Then clamp the nuts in the vice. Cut with a normal metal saw. Then use a file to trim the cut area and make a small chamfer all around the outside where the treads are. Maybe use a small triangle-shaped file to clean the tread.

Then turn the nuts down over the cut area, which should take off any remaining debris.

hope this is helpful, Werner
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Post by boolean21 on Wed 30 May 2012 - 17:07

laneboysrc wrote:What I used to do when I was young Very Happy and owned a 1:1 car back in Europe:

Put a few nuts on the rod, tighten them against each-other. Then clamp the nuts in the vice. Cut with a normal metal saw. Then use a file to trim the cut area and make a small chamfer all around the outside where the treads are. Maybe use a small triangle-shaped file to clean the tread.

Then turn the nuts down over the cut area, which should take off any remaining debris.

hope this is helpful, Werner

yup, this is how i cut the threaded rods... but usually, after filing the ends, the nuts turns in freely... so nowadays, i don't put in the nuts before cutting.. Smile

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Post by babyboy on Wed 30 May 2012 - 17:21

Ok. Will try it out. Thanks guys.
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