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THINBIT 3 Pack LGT097D2R 0.097" Width 0.242" Depth, Uncoated Car

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THINBIT 3 Pack LGT097D2R 0.097" Width 0.242" Depth, Uncoated Car

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Buy direct from THINBIT. GROOVE 'N TURN 3 Pack LGT097D2R 'L' Series, Uncoated carbide, Grooving insert. .097" wide, Sharp Corner, 0 radius, .242" depth of cut. DURA-MAX 2000 is a versatile and tough sub-micron grain carbide. Because of its high transverse rupture strength and fine grain structure, DURA-MAX 2000 performs well with interrupted cuts. This grade is recommended for cutting steel, cast iron and stainless steel. Kaiser Tool Company, Inc. makes all products in Fort Wayne, Indiana and has over 50 years producing THINBIT products. Our principles are Quality Products, Fast Delivery and Superior Customer Service. Please Note: Final shipping costs will be calculated at checkout based on value of all THINBIT items ordered. THINBIT, GROOVE 'N TURN and DURA-MAX are registered trademarks exclusively licensed to Kaiser Tool Company, Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

THINBIT 3 Pack LGT097D2R 0.097" Width 0.242" Depth, Uncoated Car

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Lamaze also receives Order of Sport - Olympic show jumping champions Eric Lamaze and Hickstead were inducted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame during a virtual ceremony held on October 3, 2021.

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It’s now nearly 150 years since the Great Chicago Fire, which, according to popular legend, broke out after Catherine O’Leary’s infamous milking cow kicked over a lantern in the barn on the night of October 8, 1871. The resulting barn fire, aided by the wind, destroyed three square miles of the City of Chicago, killing approximately 300 people, destroying 18,000 buildings, and leaving 100,000 people – a third of the city’s population – homeless before it was finally brought under control the next day.

Today, the piercing clamour of a fire truck’s alarm brings excitement and awe from people gathered on the street. We admire and even gawk at the skiny red and chrome mechanical beast, carrying its dark-suited riders as it winds its way through the city. But once, when the streets were still dusty, our cities relied on much more than the cold steel of a fire engine; they relied on the courage and heart of the fire-horses. Then as now, people would line the street to admire the beauty and bravery of these public servant horses.

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