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  1. CO2 will use a lot more electricity than fiber...

    CO2 will use a lot more electricity than fiber for sure. 4X? I have not tried .190 aluminum with 1000 watt fiber, but easily cut .125 with oxygen assist gas. Kerf is .004. Cut a .125 hole and the...
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    You can always tell a German, just cannot tell...

    You can always tell a German, just cannot tell him much.
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    If a bigger hammer will not fix it, must be an...

    If a bigger hammer will not fix it, must be an electrical problem.
    Open the electrical box. Put a small wool rug right there on the floor. Put some plastic slippers on and shuffle back and forth...
  4. Email question from designer was "I would like a...

    Email question from designer was "I would like a bid on a quote" WTF? And when he showed up with a NDA I laughed at him. Dude, I do this stuff every day. Delivered some "special" cabinets to them....
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    Concrete slab is sorta important. Press brakes...

    Concrete slab is sorta important. Press brakes are front heavy, ya don't want one tipping forward on you if the 3" slab fails. I had this problem when my 10' Trump was installed. Installation tech...
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    What are the "dirty" parts of the plane? Tray...

    What are the "dirty" parts of the plane? Tray table is at the top of the list. Very close second is seat back pocket, (diapers, used nose tissue, water bottles with lip prints on them). Bring as many...
  7. Master Spamsman. 40 years owning and running a...

    Master Spamsman. 40 years owning and running a millwork shop and I think I know a little bit about woodworking.
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    The Rust Store - Solutions for All Rust Problems...

    The Rust Store - Solutions for All Rust Problems
    Boeshield works good.
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    Find some way to insulate and add AC to your...

    Find some way to insulate and add AC to your shop. Your ROI will be real and quick. Plug up leaks and cool/dry the air.
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    Machining half inch aluminum on a machine that...

    Machining half inch aluminum on a machine that size will require much more than a sheet metal gantry. You may want to start with a pre made machine base. Interlake is a company I looked into in the...
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    I thought Hard Reaming was for an apprentice that...

    I thought Hard Reaming was for an apprentice that screws up to often. Silly me.
  12. NHMS is an OK track and they also have a NASCAR...

    NHMS is an OK track and they also have a NASCAR oval. Ran the road course there a few times.


    Club Motorsports is a private track and they also rent it out to different clubs. LRP does have...
  13. Get 2 more than you think you will ever think you...

    Get 2 more than you think you will ever think you will ever need. And that will not be enough.
  14. Club Motorsports in Tamworth NH. Beautiful track,...

    Club Motorsports in Tamworth NH. Beautiful track, good elevation changes, and better runoff than most. Considering it is partially carved into a mountain. We have another "local" track at Palmer, Ma...
  15. Sounds good too. GAME ON - YouTube...

    Sounds good too.
    GAME ON - YouTube
  16. Something like these fender vents? 520 HP and...

    Something like these fender vents? 520 HP and 9000 RPM redline, no turbos. I had this beast on the local road course race tracks about 14 days last summer. Only got passed a few times by drivers with...
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    Wire EDM because I have no idea but it sounds...

    Wire EDM because I have no idea but it sounds cool to say.
  18. I have no answer. But metal melts and can be...

    I have no answer. But metal melts and can be blown out of the cut zone with an assist gas. Nitrogen for thin metals, Oxy to help with thicker stuff. But wood has no melting point and very often...
  19. Naw, just letting us have fun with your *****....

    Naw, just letting us have fun with your *****. And we cannot help ourselves and we know better. But you are like somebody who needs plans to build a freekin workbench. Somebody who needs plans to...
  20. Are they saying the ceramic balls start to spin...

    Are they saying the ceramic balls start to spin when the abrasive hits them?
    Maybe a more powerful diamond tipped saw could force through it.
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  21. Simple answer is rent several 5 axis machines and...

    Simple answer is rent several 5 axis machines and make one.
    Reminds me of the noobs at the zone who mix up some sand, small stones, and epoxy and pour it into a baking pan lined with plastic wrap....
  22. Far too many words in your post. Stick a cheap...

    Far too many words in your post. Stick a cheap roll of Home Desperate wire in it and pull the trigger. Spend a bit more and try flux cored wire. Sparks and some burned up stuff will tell you some...
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    Talked to them Friday. Not interested at all. I...

    Talked to them Friday. Not interested at all. I need helical flutes. I currently have a carbide tipped custom bit for outer profiling that does it, but it will not do pocketing.
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    That is sort of the current plan. But I am...

    That is sort of the current plan. But I am thinking along the lines of using an extra long drill bushing .501 ID by .75 OD. Grind the cutter shape and slit the bushing like a collet to clamp onto an...
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    Prob because the metal is the cheap part.

    Prob because the metal is the cheap part.
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