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  1. For aluminum you want all the rpms you can get.

    For aluminum you want all the rpms you can get.
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    We get a handful of chimney fires a year from...

    We get a handful of chimney fires a year from people burning pine year after year and not cleaning their chimneys.
  3. I was having a hard go at welding 20ga stainless...

    I was having a hard go at welding 20ga stainless to a 1" stainless block for the first time. I was annoyed and sweating as it was really hot in that corner...lifted hood up, fat fingered the filler,...
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    The cheap Oregon chains may break easily. The...

    The cheap Oregon chains may break easily. The ones I posted are top quality and are made to last. Normal homeowner use of them will probably last years before needing to be sharpened. At that point...
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    Get a good carbide chain...like one from here...

    Get a good carbide chain...like one from here CARBIDE TIPPED, RESCUE SAW CHAIN

    Gonna cost a bit but...they stay sharp and you can cut through wood, nails, steel drums, and cement blocks without...
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    Well now hold on...some might be reflection, and...

    Well now hold on...some might be reflection, and some might be extra cutting edges :).

    Even still, for the price it may be worth a shot for experiments same.
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    Did you set the cutting edge slightly below or at...

    Did you set the cutting edge slightly below or at center of the work piece?
  8. I'm no expert but it sounds like you need a visit...

    I'm no expert but it sounds like you need a visit from a Haas tech.
  9. Materials can be replaced, good help sometimes...

    Materials can be replaced, good help sometimes can't.

    I know of a place I left for better pastures, closer to home, less abusive boss (owner) but it was 3rd shift. This was back in like 2014/15...
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    Who else thought this was a forklift thread lol

    Who else thought this was a forklift thread lol
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    You get what you pay for...

    You get what you pay for...
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    Uhhh swissmak would be better

    Uhhh swissmak would be better
  13. Wasn't my call that night, personally I wouldn't...

    Wasn't my call that night, personally I wouldn't have used it.
  14. Oh I did, I even switched indicators lol. I swept...

    Oh I did, I even switched indicators lol. I swept it back and forth like 10 times because I couldn't believe it.
  15. Here's my class d story lol...had an old chevy...

    Here's my class d story lol...had an old chevy astro van fully involved. The whole steering column was magnesium. Had some pretty good pops from water hitting it. Chief said get the class d. So we...
  16. Foam....when applied correctly is the easiest way...

    Foam....when applied correctly is the easiest way to extinguish a petroleum based fire, cafs systems are even better than the eductor style. Drychem can do well too. In training we used drychem vs...
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    My apologies, I've never seen it either. Do you...

    My apologies, I've never seen it either. Do you view the website in mobile or desktop mode?
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    Hy lilrob :D hope all is well with you I think...

    Hy lilrob :D hope all is well with you

    I think you will find deleting tapatalk will fix the problem..
  19. I use the old back it up till the screws stop in...

    I use the old back it up till the screws stop in the slot then move it back some more...last time I out the vise on I got it dead nuts 0/0...I was so excited lol
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    Aerospace engine combustor stage blade, shroud,...

    Aerospace engine combustor stage blade, shroud, fuel nozzle, and vane castings. We have to wear gloves and masks whenever on the property, all 4 buildings have temperature scan cameras on all entry...
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    My company allowed remote work for all office...

    My company allowed remote work for all office employees. They then cut it to only a few days a week...a month or so ago they shut working from home down altogether.

    That was maybe 60 or 70...
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    Interesting setup, that leaves room for a good...

    Interesting setup, that leaves room for a good spread of rpms. doesn't look the stoutest machine but I bet with a little cleaning she'll get at it and get it done.
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  23. So me and one of the maintenance guys tackled...

    So me and one of the maintenance guys tackled this job yesterday. Fortunately I find the maintenance manual for the bridgeports so we had that to use on paper. It took some trial and error in some...
  24. With all this talk of monkeys I'm wondering if...

    With all this talk of monkeys I'm wondering if anyone is climbing their tree for a banana? :)
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    What are you going to use for traction,...

    What are you going to use for traction, especially when coolant or other fluids are spilled?
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