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demonstration of Blueys rock strength 27-Jan-2013 At 3:57:25 PM pmonks
On 26/01/2013 mikllaw wrote:
>. I also have a rock I found on the road in the Grampians which took about
>half an hour. I cut a 20mm deep groove with a diamond saw and the put in
>cold chisels and pounded on them with a sledge hammer, no effect. I started
>drilling holes with an SDS bit which lasted about 20 seconds:-

That's unlike any Grampians rock I've ever seen - where did you get it from?? Almost looks like granite!

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