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Annealing Basics – Part 2 (of 3)

by on November 16, 2017 0
Contributed by Mike Glasman. Temperature Measurement, Equipment, and…When You Know It’s Time to Throw the BS Flag Part of the journey towards being “Best in Class” as a club is providing technical information you so can make informed decisions on what you need to do to succeed. Last month we covered what happens and... Read More

Annealing Under the Microscope – Part 2

by on September 12, 2017 0
A few weeks back we featured an article from the folks who make the  Annealing Made Perfect Induction Annealing Machine. In this follow-up report they dig deeper into case variations and how they impact the annealing process. “Our Stage One report on the metallurgy of annealing was designed to cover the basics of brass... Read More

Annealing Under the Microscope

by on July 7, 2017 0
While many of us just prefer to load and shoot, or better yet ‘buy’ and shoot, to the precision reloader annealing their brass is part of the process.  From the manufacturer of the Annealing Made Perfect Induction Annealing Machine, here is an in-depth technical write-up on their recent research where “We decided it was... Read More

Annealing Made Perfect Annealing Machine Review

by on June 6, 2017 0
-Bill Gravatt – May 2016 (updated June 2017)  I had been following the progress of Alex and Matt Findlay with “Annealing Made Perfect” for almost four years as they pursued making the best annealing product for the private reloading market. The short explanation of why we anneal brass is to return the brass to... Read More

Annealing Made Perfect Just Arrived!

by on April 4, 2017 0
We quickly sold out of our first shipment of Annealing Made Perfect machines and our next shipment just arrived! We typically don’t ask our customers to check out a manufacturers website but we feel this one is worthy of your time. Although the Annealing Made Perfect machine is quite easy to use, the science... Read More