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Originally Posted by kylecycler View Post
I know framebuilders have been using Dynafiles for years but they're seriously expensive and I don't know how that ^ would compare.
Dynafiles (and die grinders) in untrained hands are a recipe for trouble. If you're in a (semi-)production environment, by all means invest in a Dynafile or die grinder. For one-off or hobbyist building, stay with the manual methods described above, and concentrate on your prep and brazing technique to minimize the need for post-braze filing.
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