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    That cannot possibly happen ! You see, if there...

    That cannot possibly happen !
    You see, if there were 1M by Christmas, then Mr. "Let's Go Brandon" would have the same results with multiple vaccines as the OrangeUtan without ANY vaccines!
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    https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2021/10/12...

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2021/10/12/tucker-carlson-makes-great-point-about-fox-newss-vaccination-policy/
  3. No, Answer is 4. 15 seconds in, or even better...

    No, Answer is 4.
    15 seconds in, or even better yet, 5:42: Tutorial: How to Derive the Formula for the Planetary Mechanism Gear Ratio - YouTube
  4. ( please hold my beer while I'm out to find a...

    ( please hold my beer while I'm out to find a facepalm emoji ...)
  5. Xactly Greg! Just look at the large circle and...

    Xactly Greg!

    Just look at the large circle and it's markings.
    They are 120 degree apart correct?
    But! For the little circle to get there with it's markings, it has to rotate 360 degrees, plus an...
  6. No, the correct answer is 4, but that is where I...

    No, the correct answer is 4, but that is where I will leave you for good.
  7. I have not the first clue about what you are...

    I have not the first clue about what you are after, but in this case we do NOT need to know the actual distance traveled
    because we have other, perfectly enough information to answer the question: ...
  8. Sure do go away because they cancel out inside...

    Sure do go away because they cancel out inside the equation.

    Formula could also be written as : N = R x ( 1 + (Cs / Cr )
    Where
    Cs - Circumference of stationary circle
    Cr = Circumference of...
  9. OK, I would like to hereby withdraw my previous...

    OK, I would like to hereby withdraw my previous comment about the equation not being Nr = 1+ Ds/Dr.

    After some self asskicking over the weekend, I realized that in the calculation of the number of...
  10. Well, first off I would like to extend a "Screw...

    Well, first off I would like to extend a "Screw You" message to the OP for ruining the first part of my weekend. ;)
    Second, I would like to extend a "Thank You" message to the OP for forcing me to...
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    Ain't got nothing to add, but I am curious: Is it...

    Ain't got nothing to add, but I am curious: Is it just me thinking that there are some missing posts by the OP from yesterday to today?
    Could swear that he/she/it had 18 post count last night, and...
  12. OK, so I Googled just in case ..... Why is line...

    OK, so I Googled just in case .....
    Why is line count not a good measure?
    Your encoder count is always some whole multiple of your line count, so if that is not divisible by the unit to be measured...
  13. OK, so how'bout a 10 pitch inch screw with a 2540...

    OK, so how'bout a 10 pitch inch screw with a 2540 line count incremental encoder?
    Is that any different than a 2mm pitch with a 2000 count one?

    Heidenhein lists 1000, 1024, 1250, 2000, 2048,...
  14. I don't know about the screw, but the native...

    I don't know about the screw, but the native units are metric as the machine reverts to metric units during calibration routines, and the results are also stored as metric units in parameters.

    ...
  15. Bob, that would be a whopping 24 IPM max rapid...

    Bob, that would be a whopping 24 IPM max rapid rate.
    Can't find the actual number now as it is buried in a scanned-in manual, but I believe the max feedrate is like 4.something IPM?
    Anything above...
  16. Fair question, and the answer is that I can't...

    Fair question, and the answer is that I can't verify that the Makino is that accurate.
    What I CAN do is verify that a 1998 vintage Brother HS3100 was capable of a .00001 programming precision, AND...
  17. Avg human hair = .003 Makino EDM min position...

    Avg human hair = .003

    Makino EDM min position increment = .00001

    .003 / .00001 = 300
  18. Well, I have 2 machines that can position 300x...

    Well, I have 2 machines that can position 300x better than the thickness of the average human hair, so ... yeah, splitting hairs is fitting. ;)
  19. Past the first pint, are we? ( Seymour Yoda )

    Past the first pint, are we?

    ( Seymour Yoda )
  20. I may be misremembering, but you used to be in CT...

    I may be misremembering, but you used to be in CT no?
    If so, and you ever get back this way, Cables and Connectors on the Berlin TPK will have the cable you need off-the-shelf.


    If not, just...
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    Well, if it's Sikorsky, then SS5100...

    Well, if it's Sikorsky, then SS5100

    Sheet 3 / 30
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    Perhaps, but you still better hold it to...

    Perhaps, but you still better hold it to +.003/-.001, or else it's out of tolerance!
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    Yeah... but let's put it in context shall we? ...

    Yeah... but let's put it in context shall we?



    Source:

    https://theintercept.com/empire-politician/biden-iran-contra-investigations-reagan/
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    All I know is that a non toleranced "drilled...

    All I know is that a non toleranced "drilled hole" cannot always be considered a UOS because they may be controlled by specs of the issuer of the print.

    Take the case of Sikorsky Aircraft specs as...
  25. If I wanted, I can remove the blocks on the 45...

    If I wanted, I can remove the blocks on the 45 degree side and mount 4 more ID blocks for the total of 8.
    Not sure why, but can do.
    Yes, backside work is negative, but so is all other machines....
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