RE: [DML] Torsion bar update
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RE: [DML] Torsion bar update


You need to find out from the welder if:

1/    Has he access to cryo treatments and
2/    Is he able to manufacture a cryo tank
3/    Has he the facility to design process controller.
4/    Is well versed in the principles and practice of martensitic

John Hervey posted some details about torsion bars he enquired about some
ago. It may be worth asking if he could look into this again?



  -----Original Message-----
  From: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of
  Sent: 28 June 2007 03:28
  To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  Subject: [DML] Torsion bar update

  I had an appointment with the welder who is going to repair my torsion
  bar. He is a metal/engineer/welder. He showed me his welding equipment
  and it is ultra sophisticated. He does work for NASA. He said the
  repair is not a problem but he wants as much information about the
  torsion bar as possible. The type of metal, and the process it went
  through in it's production, heat treatments that type of stuff. He
  examined the fracture and the metal and he thinks he knows what it is
  but likes more information. The information is also important because
  he said with the proper information he can treat the metal and make me
  a new torsion bar that will work. If I can get that information I will
  pay him to make the bar and try it on my car.
  He showed me some of his work. Two-quarter inch pieces of metal the
  thickness of tin foil with perfect welds on all sides, I think I have
  found the best welder for the job.
  This is an opportunity to address the torsion bar issue so any
  information will really help. My email is jrc2905@xxxxxxx


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