DIY Silencer! Machining a Monocore - Part 3 Widget37

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Let's make our own 22LR monocore silencer! Having received a Form 1 from the ATF, this video series walks through the silencer design in CAD, turning on the Tormach CNC slant bed lathe, milling the monocore on the Tormach PCNC 1100 and a slew of other fun machining and fabrication projects including sheet metal forming, threading, tapping, deep hole drilling, cerakote and more!

In Part 3, we're machining and threadmilling the end cap then using the Tormach's hidden Sheet Metal Slip Roll feature to make the two sheet metal clam shells!

The big question will be: how well does it work! Let's find out!

This video is the debut of our L-series macro lens!

My favorite Cerakote Paint Gun:
Baileigh Slip Roll:
Scotchbrite Blending Wheel:
Thread File:
2-4-6 Blocks:
Great information about e-form1:
Great book on DIY / Silencer Design:

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