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The Bench Source annealer is a pleasure to use
03-16-2020, 11:43 PM (This post was last modified: 03-17-2020 12:03 AM by TexasMac.)
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The Bench Source annealer is a pleasure to use
I just finished annealing 120 cases. Total time from setup to storing the unit away afterwards was less than 15 minutes with only one torch. With two torches the time would be reduced to around 10 minutes, but I see no reason for two. I’ve used the unit for 7 years and annealed over 8,000 cases so far. BTW, I anneal after each match.

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03-17-2020, 12:47 PM
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RE: The Bench Source annealer is a pleasure to use
BTW, although I love the Bench Source annealer, if I were buying one now I'd go with the Annealeez Gen 2 unit. In my article on annealers I commented, "The simplicity of the design and price is appealing and this is the unit I would purchase now if I did not already own the Vertex Bench-Source annealer."

http://www.texas-mac.com/Annealing_BPCR_Case_Necks.html

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