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    All these welding stories, gotta throw mine in....

    All these welding stories, gotta throw mine in. Even though it didn't result in an "injury" per se, I could have been killed anyway.

    At my first job, I had put in my 2 weeks, and the boss told me...
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    Much obliged. It's a lot clearer in that picture,...

    Much obliged. It's a lot clearer in that picture, I was looking at the stud that was half pointed at the motor and wondering how the hell I was going to get anything pointed in the right direction....
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    Possibly interested. Forgive my ignorance, but...

    Possibly interested.

    Forgive my ignorance, but it doesn't look to my eyes like there's anything included to mount to a compound or cross-slide. What would be needed in addition to what is shown to...
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    $3.5B is the value of their portfolio, we don't...

    $3.5B is the value of their portfolio, we don't know anything about how much revenue they derive from it, nor how much debt they carry on it. Top line is likely somewhere from $100M~$500M which makes...
  5. I think this should go without saying but I'm...

    I think this should go without saying but I'm going to say it anyway:

    Sounds like you have an existing system and you want to pump up the pressure 10x higher than it was originally. Think long and...
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    1. Flip your schematic around. Fat part will be...

    1. Flip your schematic around. Fat part will be held in the user's hand, skinny part holds the umbrella.
    2. Port the rod (i.e. use a hollow tube) so that air can go through it.
    3. When extended,...
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    Don't forget interest!

    Don't forget interest!
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    Once you get close through any of the above...

    Once you get close through any of the above mentioned methods, you can add another hole to the side and thread it for a set screw. That way you can fine-tune the balance using the actual position of...
  9. This is a fair point. It also brings to the...

    This is a fair point. It also brings to the forefront the question of how you manage that any better than a search engine.

    You said it doesn't put a drag on your resources just to maintain the...
  10. Only issue would be when newbies decide to...

    Only issue would be when newbies decide to repeatedly start threads asking what granite means, instead of doing any reading and/or critical thinking. Then we'd keep getting hit in the face with it...
  11. Agreed. Further thoughts: since this would...

    Agreed.

    Further thoughts: since this would require direct intervention from an admin for each member, maybe we can get a link to an obituary (if available) added to the member's profile at the...
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    As has been stated already, the best thing you...

    As has been stated already, the best thing you can do is use a non-contact method to measure the thickness/Cross-section of your seal all the way around for consistency. Ovality of the seal itself in...
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    Fixed that for ya...

    Fixed that for ya...
  14. Yep, so the pitch is 32 and a two-start would...

    Yep, so the pitch is 32 and a two-start would have a lead of 16. A four-start could be made with a lead of 8, and it would still have a pitch of 32.

    Limy Sami linked a source for multi-start taps...
  15. I believe the correct terminology is 32 pitch, 16...

    I believe the correct terminology is 32 pitch, 16 lead.

    32 pitch means that there are physically 32 threads for each inch of fastener, and 16 lead means that 16 rotations will advance the...
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    Yep, it's the spitting image of (a little brother...

    Yep, it's the spitting image of (a little brother to) my 1968 19" Regal.

    I agree, looks like a nice pickup if you're happy with what you paid for it. I might have bought one just like it if I...
  17. I just looked into the X4 and the article I chose...

    I just looked into the X4 and the article I chose to read was disparaging that phone for lacking a number of "key features" like an all-glass design, dual rear cameras, and some other nonsense that...
  18. This reminds me of an example of such a standing...

    This reminds me of an example of such a standing deal in the Crash Test Dummy industry. The two major players (Plymouth, MI and Huron, OH) each had their specialty. One had the best instrumentation,...
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    Hey, that will be perfect for me when I need to...

    Hey, that will be perfect for me when I need to make qty (2) shaft-bore adaptors for a rotary oil seal test. Spend an extra 10 minutes on the setup pieces, and then let 'em run on the tester for...
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    Viton I usually associate with black and brown...

    Viton I usually associate with black and brown about equally, but it's the only thing I know of that is brown.

    HNBR (Hydrogenated Nitrile) is what I think of when you say green. It also comes in...
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    Brown is most commonly FKM (Viton). If you...

    Brown is most commonly FKM (Viton). If you measure .100" the standard cord stock size is almost certainly .103"

    Is the application an automatic transmission? Viton holds up to ATF better than the...
  22. Bummer for me. I read Henry Ford Museum and I got...

    Bummer for me. I read Henry Ford Museum and I got excited, then I realized you are actually quite far away. What's your timeline for removal?
  23. Old Phone: 270366 New Phone: 270367 ...

    Old Phone:

    270366
    New Phone:

    270367

    Overall, I like the new one pretty well. I'm just bummed that I'm having a harder and harder time finding a phone that is geared towards being a...
  24. I used to have a Motorola phone and struggled...

    I used to have a Motorola phone and struggled with this constantly. I cleared it out periodically with a safety pin which I had cut the point off of. Got the middle pretty clean, but the metal would...
  25. Haggerty Metals in Plymouth lets you look around,...

    Haggerty Metals in Plymouth lets you look around, saw some gutted out machine bases there, but it was specialized stuff, never anything like mills or lathes.

    Not machinery related, but one nice...
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