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    Yessir, I believe in doing it the right way -...

    Yessir, I believe in doing it the right way - that's for sure. I really appreciate all the help guys (and gals?)

    I worked with a proprietary connection before in a different API 5B machine shop...
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    Also, notice thread height - less than half of...

    Also, notice thread height - less than half of normal Buttress.....
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    Thanks for the quick response! It does look like...

    Thanks for the quick response! It does look like it, however if you notice the attachments carefully, you'll see the angle of the load flank (rear flank) goes in the opposite direction as a normal...
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    Name that thread!

    Let's take "NAME THAT THREAD" for 1000, please!

    Guys, just curious: has anyone seen this thread profile before??? I reverse engineered it, but just curious if anyone has experience with this...
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    I understand your thought. When i learned this at...

    I understand your thought. When i learned this at a calibration class, i was shocked. But i am a believer - after hundreds of times doing it, i have never once egged a barrel. BUT, i do understand...
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    I am in the API world. We are required to have...

    I am in the API world. We are required to have 500 lux (50 foot candles) where inspection is performed. However, I would suggest get it up to at least 1000 lux.
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    Luke, find the high side, and give it a small tap...

    Luke, find the high side, and give it a small tap with a small brass hammer.
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    I agree. Consistency is critical. If your set...

    I agree. Consistency is critical.
    If your set didn't already come with the length standards, get a set - 1 for the "0" of each micrometer. (If your measurements require reading to .0001", you...
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