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    These were my Dad's.267314

    These were my Dad's.267314
  2. Great pictures. The power of water... I was on...

    Great pictures. The power of water... I was on the M/V Atlantic Sentry in Port Canaveral when the Challenger blew up and the Navy brought in a salvage ship from Goteborg, Sweden called the Stena...
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    Ah..thank you sir. The Reuleaux Polygon was the...

    Ah..thank you sir. The Reuleaux Polygon was the answer I was looking for. The saw pattern still intrigues me because of the increase and decrease in the width of the nodes as the blade progresses...
  4. I got it from a dear late friend who worked at...

    I got it from a dear late friend who worked at the defunct Timex plant so, yes, it probably was used for that. I think it was never used in fabrication but only for checking the precision of a piece.
  5. Cook Multicheck and Millng machine indexing fixture.

    This is my second try to post this so if it already exists, sorry...
    I have this Cook Multicheck and I'd like to hear from anyone who's ever used one. The second photo is of the P/N S/N plate with...
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    I know that, I'm just wondering what causes it. ...

    I know that, I'm just wondering what causes it. I also haven't heard a reasonable explanation why a drill bit will tend to cut a hole with one more side than the number of cutting edges. I've been...
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    263794I'm curious about the pattern on this 1"...

    263794I'm curious about the pattern on this 1" drill rod. I'm wondering if the blade is oscillating between the bearing and the work and the decreasing and then increasing length of this span causes...
  8. Cook Multicheck and Millng machine indexing fixture.

    I am wondering if anyone has experience using a Cook Multicheck to make precision angular measurements. Along with the overall picture there is a shot of the ID/serial plate with the angular vernier...
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    Sticky: This sounds like the tactics of the Open Space...

    This sounds like the tactics of the Open Space Initiative who stole what used to be Smitty's Bar (Wilbur Smith's) land adjoining the Minnewaska Preserve from the owner: Mike Fink. They went to old...
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