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    hmmm maybe not at you, but at the approach. ...

    hmmm maybe not at you, but at the approach. "Make an reasonable offer" but don't bother state what your view of reasonable is. Its BS. Do your homework before coming to the market - if you...
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    Like I say, I dont know whether its a risk or...

    Like I say, I dont know whether its a risk or not; mine was a point of logic.i.e. running across the road with your eyes closed several times and not being hit is not a good argument for doing so. ...
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    I have no idea whether its exploited or not, but...

    I have no idea whether its exploited or not, but that's hardly a good argument that its not.
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    You're talking like I'm the guy who made up or...

    You're talking like I'm the guy who made up or supports the rule....I'm just reporting. I was wondering about a mobile solution as a product, like a shredder/incinerator trailer, so did a bit of DD...
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    Here the winners seem to be the government,...

    Here the winners seem to be the government, apparently there is still an active black market because the taxed legal stuff is more expensive.

    There are lots of tricky bits with the waste. I...
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    newsflash....no matter what you sign, they work...

    newsflash....no matter what you sign, they work for themselves and their best interests.
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    I thought the site looked ok, agree with most of...

    I thought the site looked ok, agree with most of jobs remarks above.

    As for the English, since you've got an entrepreneurial streak, this will matter. As a business person, your main task isn't...
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    I don't know why so many are concerned its not a...

    I don't know why so many are concerned its not a realistic part. Its an exercise to get students thinking about on how to machine the features, sequencing, work holding etc. Most likely its an...
  9. Thread: Endmill RPM

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    You can feel whether the removal rate is in the...

    You can feel whether the removal rate is in the zone, in light of the hp, rigidity etc. You can't feel when speed hits the spot where cutter wear vs removal rate is no longer linear. It doesn't...
  10. It ends up being subjective, whats the criteria? ...

    It ends up being subjective, whats the criteria? . Done as a hobby, using a small machine, using a low end offshore machine, a beginner? imo it has to at least 3 out 4. For example

    as a hobby...
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    I can't comment on value, don't know whats there...

    I can't comment on value, don't know whats there or where it is, but as a suggested process.....

    how'd you find out - is the property listed? If so, call the listing broker, having one broker...
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    as much as it will depend on the specifics of...

    as much as it will depend on the specifics of whats there, condition and accessories...it'll depend on how much effort and time you want to put into it. Putting effort into matching all the bits...
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    very nice....and from your own iron casting!.. ...

    very nice....and from your own iron casting!.. :bowdown:
  14. Threads wires let you calculate pitch diameter. ...

    Threads wires let you calculate pitch diameter. Like any diameter, if you want to reduce a diameter "1", move the the crosslide in "1/2" etc.

    Where the formula comes into it is calculating what...
  15. "Just because no one understands you does not...

    "Just because no one understands you does not make you an artist"
  16. agreed. EG would get a lot more traction without...

    agreed. EG would get a lot more traction without all frothing at the mouth hyperbole and swearing, but he does mostly use English words and sentences.

    No way they are the same,. the voice is...
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    how many would have contributed to it there? not...

    how many would have contributed to it there? not me. Current issues aside, who has time? I dislike the plethora of forums, most people don't look at most of them
  18. I don't think there is any reason, manufacturing...

    I don't think there is any reason, manufacturing variance? One powers the train/escapement/pendulum and the other the chime mechanism, they're independent.
  19. +1. Congrats on the lathe, a lifetime of...

    +1.

    Congrats on the lathe, a lifetime of fun, learning and making lies ahead. Books are the fastest way to come up the curve from a standing start . Even the old Army one online is a good...
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    The Mit thead mics are nice, I've them up to 4"...

    The Mit thead mics are nice, I've them up to 4" with the anvils, and some metrics as well. You can either spend a ton of dough or wait for deals - the old "you want fast cheap high quality, pick...
  21. lol, that chime might be a clunk. That might...

    lol, that chime might be a clunk. That might work if tyring get something moving for a $5 sale at a flea market, but however great a guy and friend he is, as far as watches go, stay far away from...
  22. not to my knowledge, but doesn't mean its not so....

    not to my knowledge, but doesn't mean its not so. Perhaps it was part of his plating activities?

    Most use ultrasonic cleaners. The better clock repairers take it all apart, where as the poor...
  23. There's a whole trade/craft devoted to answering...

    There's a whole trade/craft devoted to answering that question. With each swing the escapement (the ticking) is suppose to impart a little energy to the pendulum to keep it going. They're more a...
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    Disneyland??!! I thought he worked for Dale...

    Disneyland??!! I thought he worked for Dale Carnegie!
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    well, somebody fell off the turnip truck

    well, somebody fell off the turnip truck
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