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    Removing feed-thru punch from wood die board?

    I'd like some advice on how to remove a broken feed-thru punch from a wood die board. The punches are only 1/16" thick so there's not much steel to press against when pressing it out. I'm new to this and wanted to get advice on what the standard procedure is before I try pressing them out with some sockets.


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    Re: Removing feed-thru punch from wood die board?

    Need photo - it does not appear.

    Cheers
    Roger

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    Re: Removing feed-thru punch from wood die board?

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    Re: Removing feed-thru punch from wood die board?

    Um ...
    What's not visible is how far it is sunk into the timber. That matters.

    Frankly, just looking at it, I would GUESS that brute force and a hammer might be how I would try. Sorry about that.
    Unless of course you can fit a tight mandrel inside it and then apply a bit of torque?

    Cheers
    Roger

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