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    Briefly back on topic, one of those things about Keyence equipment is that I've never seen them meet their stated tolerances. They'll be close, but we've had the salesmen pull up the brochure, say "It'll be accurate to X", then we put a part on the table, measure a couple times, take it off, put it back on, re-measure, and we're already getting more variation than they claim across 10 measurements.

    They're very easy to learn and fast to use, but don't assume they're good for what they claim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TGTool View Post
    Yup, my mistake.

    According to my informant, the Graf Spee was damaged enough she couldn't go out and face battle so put into port. Argentina, as a third party would allow repairs only to non-weapons systems. Judging they had no better choices, the officers evacuated the crew and scuttled her in the harbor.
    It was scuttled in Uruguay not Argentina.


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