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  1. Thread: Okamoto help

    by Milland
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    Post 2 has some good thoughts, for another...

    Post 2 has some good thoughts, for another perspective you can try pinging this guy:

    Okamoto service engineer- ask me anything

    [Oops, noticed that you already posted to that thread]
  2. The additional grip strength offered by the minor...

    The additional grip strength offered by the minor peaks of the thread is minimal. If you use good quality fasteners, you'll get better holding power by lowering the "H Limit" of the tap to shrink...
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    Comrade, in Soviet aluminum, material bite...

    Comrade, in Soviet aluminum, material bite endmill!
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    I'm wondering why you're still giving us the...

    I'm wondering why you're still giving us the finger! :angry:

    No, actually I'm wondering why that's not a laser part. :confused:
  5. Snatch blocks. Can I use that word? Well,...

    Snatch blocks.

    Can I use that word?

    Well, try and stop me!

    Blocks! There, I said it...
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    Well. That's an interesting perspective. Do...

    Well. That's an interesting perspective.

    Do you work with computerized machine tools?
  7. OT: drilling out an ignition lock...

    OT: drilling out an ignition lock

    Dian is a Swiss member who has a Jeep.
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    The guy did a positive. You're doing a...

    The guy did a positive.

    You're doing a negative.

    Why?
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    What do you want? The guy has put in effort to...

    What do you want? The guy has put in effort to make a little program that can help some folks. And are you not "making fun" of those who might use it?

    Why shit on it? Walk the hell away if you're...
  10. We're just checking to see if you're secretly...

    We're just checking to see if you're secretly Swiss...
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    And the Amish have thrown in their two cents.

    And the Amish have thrown in their two cents.
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    I don't associate deeply stupid people with being...

    I don't associate deeply stupid people with being machinists. It usually takes a combination of intelligence and awareness of facts/reality to do the job. You've shown neither in your postings,...
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    Those who happily ignore facts shouldn't try...

    Those who happily ignore facts shouldn't try using them when it happens to suit their narrative.

    Are you a machinist? What the hell are you doing here?
  14. Thread: O.T.CBD oil

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    I suspect the "final straw" got deleted, so we...

    I suspect the "final straw" got deleted, so we may not find out why he got shown the door.
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    I wonder for what? I did think the name was...

    I wonder for what?

    I did think the name was needlessly provocative, but at least it wasn't "YourMom", or "KKKfurever" or something...
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    Probably not. I mean, the one in the Lunar Lander...

    Probably not. I mean, the one in the Lunar Lander back in July of '69 crapped the bed when it was needed, and Neil had to pilot the craft manually.

    With reliability that bad, who would trust the...
  17. I am not a doctor, I mean, engineer, but reading...

    I am not a doctor, I mean, engineer, but reading through this I'd ask the next question, which is what is the load path from the winch, through bumper, and into the chassis of the car?

    If this is...
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    Well, annealed will be much tougher than when...

    Well, annealed will be much tougher than when hardened to ~63RC.

    From: Encore Metals - E52100

    Typical Mechanical Properties (Annealed)

    Yield - 85,000 psi
    Tensile - 105,000 psi
    ...
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    Some still reside in CONgress. Lady Lindsey,...

    Some still reside in CONgress. Lady Lindsey, Scarlet O'McConnell, Theodora Cruz, and I hear he was wooing Ms. Gaetz until her little indiscretions...

    [Apologies to the Wimmin folk out there]
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    Somebody needs to sell HT and plating insurance. ...

    Somebody needs to sell HT and plating insurance. But either the fees would be too high, or they'd go bankrupt quickly...
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    How many Jeep dealers in Switzerland?

    How many Jeep dealers in Switzerland?
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    Eh, it was a mildly-educated guess given the...

    Eh, it was a mildly-educated guess given the manganese content. But results trump guesswork in this case...
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    Annealed? 40% machinability of 1212 according to...

    Annealed? 40% machinability of 1212 according to my link, when optimized by spherodizing annealing.

    I've cut bearing races in the hard state, and agree that before the carbide breaks down it...
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    It's a high carbon, low alloy steel with...

    It's a high carbon, low alloy steel with manganese, I suspect (but haven't cut it soft myself), that it's fairly tough, perhaps "smeary" when annealed. Probably not great tensile properties when...
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    Hiya Snee, If you don't need that stuff out of...

    Hiya Snee,
    If you don't need that stuff out of your way ASAP, I'll be happy to take it in a week or so. I'll PM you.
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