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  2. Eh, it's a little flashy, but they were out of...

    Eh, it's a little flashy, but they were out of silver so I had to go with gold. But I'm happy with it, better than the devil's tail and pitchfork that some now bear...

    Let's put it this way - I'm...
  3. Not knowing what the part does I can only guess...

    Not knowing what the part does I can only guess at the best way to go. It does seem odd to me that the balance of cost is in favor of lots of process time over a to-size, single shot...
  4. I'm putting in my reservation now have the last...

    I'm putting in my reservation now have the last comment. Anyone else who horns-in afterwards will get a new, crispy, and odoriferous comment from me.

    Resistance is Futile!
  5. I'd go double-disk. The part size is perfect for...

    I'd go double-disk. The part size is perfect for a smaller machine, and no worries about distortion due to magnetic clamping as on a Blanchard.

    But I also wonder if changing over to a different...
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    Sounds like a much better way to go. Now you'll...

    Sounds like a much better way to go. Now you'll have to figure out a frame robust enough to keep everything in alignment while under load, including when the blade is binding.
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    But if this works, who will pull the plows? ...

    But if this works, who will pull the plows?

    Wait, sorry - was thinking of Russia...
  8. Whistle past the graveyard. 10 days to go...

    Whistle past the graveyard.

    10 days to go...
  9. I've got a vote. I, and millions of others. ...

    I've got a vote. I, and millions of others.

    We will stop you. The evil you support will be ended.
  10. Filed under the "water is wet" category...

    Republicans closely resemble autocratic parties in Hungary and Turkey - study | US news | The Guardian

    For those that actually want to go the way of Eastern European or Middle Eastern despot...
  11. You're about as cogent as a Azerbaijani Mad-Lib...

    You're about as cogent as a Azerbaijani Mad-Lib filled in by a Doberman Pinscher with epilepsy.

    If we went back in time to the Singularity, that moment when all the matter in the universe was...
  12. Maybe you could read the article and find out? ...

    Maybe you could read the article and find out?

    Hint: Less people interacting, and with more PPE protecting them, might just lead to a decrease in communicable diseases.

    Well, except for Q-itis...
  13. If it's in good shape, with no damage to cable or...

    If it's in good shape, with no damage to cable or frame, and anchored correctly on both ends, you'll be fine*.

    *Don't sue me when it breaks free, rolls into the street, and crushes a bus full of...
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    Trump Calls $421 Million Debt '''a Peanut,''' but...

    Trump Calls $421 Million Debt '''a Peanut,''' but Challenges Lie Ahead - The New York Times

    In black and white, at least part of the djt fiscal mess. The "president", exposed to who as...
  15. Your understanding of the range of failure modes...

    Your understanding of the range of failure modes of the human body when subjected to this virus boggles the mind. But then, it might just be a sign that you had it, and it attacked your brain. Not...
  16. You spelled "MAGATS" wrong...

    You spelled "MAGATS" wrong...
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    Well, I'm back to trying to use a thermal imager,...

    Well, I'm back to trying to use a thermal imager, ideally one with good resolution. Take some pictures while the machine is cold of the electronic enclosure, then run it 'til you get the alarms,...
  18. Greg, relentless stupidity may get you into the...

    Greg, relentless stupidity may get you into the White House, but it won't keep you there.

    I wish you were at least amusing, but you don't rise to that meager level either. You're the human...
  19. Start coming up with excuses, drumpf-ites...

    The world is ending, angels and devils battle, and the surest sign of the Apocalypse [amusingly, it's a Norse myth, but hey...]:

    The Union Leader, a conservative New Hampshire paper, backs Biden...
  20. They have a surplus of Harpies. Between Melania...

    They have a surplus of Harpies. Between Melania ("I really don't care, do U", "Who cares about Christmas shit"), McEnany ("I'll never lie to you"), the late departed Kellyanne Conway, Hope Hicks...
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    Hmm, not had any time on an Office Mill. Those...

    Hmm, not had any time on an Office Mill. Those are teeny (ISO 20 taper?), they may use drives unique to that machine as I'd imagine there's no need for anything as large as the VF series servos.
    ...
  22. Did the same on my 3M, although at the moment...

    Did the same on my 3M, although at the moment it's just one layer. I'll likely increase it, especially since I've noticed the valve does not close every time, indicating it needs a cleaning.
  23. And now we're not supposed to get information...

    And now we're not supposed to get information about the latest outbreak within the White House due to, err, privacy issues. That's it, it's privacy why we can't know about 5+ new cases of Covid-19...
  24. Wrong on all counts. But hey, Typhoid Greggy, do...

    Wrong on all counts. But hey, Typhoid Greggy, do your own thing. Just keep it in the family, OK?
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    Piffle. I've voted Democrat and Independent. ...

    Piffle. I've voted Democrat and Independent. I've not voted Repub simply because they've fielded candidates who I feel do not represent my interests as a small business owner. It does me no good to...
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