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    More wisely, I would have "someone else" try it...

    More wisely, I would have "someone else" try it with a chainsaw... [make sure they're wearing body armor].

    I would use #6's approach, he's suggesting exactly what I would (the saw, not drilling,...
  2. Depending on how skinny you are, a picture of the...

    Depending on how skinny you are, a picture of the lower spine taken by the wife before and after the "thud" may show a vertebra displacement, and might be of interest to show where you're getting...
  3. Wot, this? Miami-Dade building collapse: A...

    Wot, this?

    Miami-Dade building collapse: A multistory building in Surfside, Florida, has partially collapsed, killing at least 1, officials said. - CNN

    Sucks. Hope no one else was killed...
  4. Maybe we can get the AR-TN DOTs to put CF...

    Maybe we can get the AR-TN DOTs to put CF band-aids on the broken Hernando de Soto bridge.

    It's been hanging on at least two years in its broken state, so can't make it worse, can it?
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    Got a surface grinder with a magnetic chuck? ...

    Got a surface grinder with a magnetic chuck? Probably time to remove it, clean the base and SG table top, and reattach/redress it, yes? And while it's off, flip it over and bolt to a cheap import...
  6. States. It's states where the issue of low...

    States. It's states where the issue of low vaccination rates is most critical, especially in the South:

    States most vulnerable to COVID are some of the least vaccinated - Axios

    As for some...
  7. Elbonia dropped out of the bearing biz when they...

    Elbonia dropped out of the bearing biz when they discovered their mud was more valuable sold as a cosmetic rather than as a bearing lube.
  8. Along with your "evils of Democrats", you...

    Along with your "evils of Democrats", you continue to post proof that reality isn't your expertise.
  9. Oddly, Covid deaths in the US are higher in...

    Oddly, Covid deaths in the US are higher in states with low vaccination rates - how is that possible?

    COVID-19 Update: US States with High Rates of Unvaccinated People at Highest Risk of Delta...
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    Some diseases are treatable. But ignorance is...

    Some diseases are treatable.

    But ignorance is forever, for some.
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    Over 4.6M cases of Covid in the UK. Almost...

    Over 4.6M cases of Covid in the UK.

    Almost 130K deaths.

    United Kingdom COVID: 4,651,988 Cases and 128,008 Deaths - Worldometer

    "Freedom Day" still to come.

    And you find it funny?
  12. Hi EPA, Exactly - no surprises at all, which (to...

    Hi EPA,
    Exactly - no surprises at all, which (to me) means it was too simplified. Among other things, the beam was too long and small a cross section for a non-reinforced concrete structural...
  13. Don't scrap it. Hopefully you and rabler can...

    Don't scrap it. Hopefully you and rabler can come to an agreement, I've seen much worse saved.
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    I got my 10pcs SGS 12mm ball endmills, they look...

    I got my 10pcs SGS 12mm ball endmills, they look great! Thanks for the quick shipping!
  15. That's going to require the applicator to either...

    That's going to require the applicator to either lift the underside of the floor up temporarily, or have special fixturing to apply tension to the CF and lift/press it in place against the underside...
  16. Round wire retaining ring? They can be custom...

    Round wire retaining ring? They can be custom made to suit application, including spring tension values.

    Round Wire Retaining Rings & Snap Rings | G.L. Huyett
  17. If the reinforcement is applied to gain more load...

    If the reinforcement is applied to gain more load capacity, it's probably of marginal value. But if it's for increasing safety margins when in a seismic or "war" zone, it's likely of some benefit.
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  18. Thread: carbo-titanium

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    Maybe this link and picture will help: ...

    Maybe this link and picture will help:

    Carbotanium | Carbon Fibre Monocoque

    323336

    From this image, I'll guess the wire is around 0.3 - 0.4mm, but at a reasonable density (tow pitch), and...
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    Have you gotten an explanation for why the huge...

    Have you gotten an explanation for why the huge difference in cost?

    I'm not fully clear on the situation, either - do you have to remove the ring in order to complete the repair, or can it stay...
  20. If they're using an epoxy, it's usually not...

    If they're using an epoxy, it's usually not terribly flammable after setting. Also, the predominantly "shielded" and horizontal layout means fresh oxygen doesn't get to the material as readily as...
  21. Grenfell Tower? That was a tragedy. Or was it...

    Grenfell Tower? That was a tragedy. Or was it criminal?
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    If that's toothed, it's the subtlest cut I've...

    If that's toothed, it's the subtlest cut I've seen. :)

    I'd check the distance the Hall Effect sensor is from the OD of the ring, then remove it for safety. If you're feeling ambitious, make a...
  23. I'm sure it does add some capacity and safety...

    I'm sure it does add some capacity and safety factor, IF it's installed right. That means a truly clean and mechanically sound prepped concrete surface, proper epoxy mixing and distribution, and...
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    Pics of the ring on the shaft? It could be...

    Pics of the ring on the shaft? It could be shrunk, press, adhesive, etc. Also, orientation may be important (but not likely).
  25. Thread: carbo-titanium

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    I don't see how the Ti wire can add stiffness for...

    I don't see how the Ti wire can add stiffness for any equivalent of areal weight or weave thickness of the carbon/Ti fabric. That sounds like a little too enthusiastic marketing.

    Perhaps if...
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