in the other thread (Drying 6013 electrodes) someone mentioned that
soaking cellulose rod in watter allows you to do all sorts of stuff,
including cutting thick metal.
my question is how thick? I have an old railroad rail i use for an
anvil and would like to drill some mounting holes for it and cut a horn
on one end. I dont have a good drill bit and i'd hate to see what i'd
have to do to use the angle crinder with cutting wheels for the horn.
would 6013 soaked in water do the trick?
I know i could take it someplace where they could torch it and such,
but I am thinking more in the knowledge aspect rather than the
practicallity of it.
15 years ago