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    Actually, you should read some parts of the last...

    Actually, you should read some parts of the last 65 or so pages to know that he's not for the big B at all.
    Not sure what his agenda is, but from where I stand, he is not far from the Jimbo Rosen in...
  2. And there is the cliff notes version of my...

    And there is the cliff notes version of my feelings as well.
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    I think it's like what Dan said, a legacy thing....

    I think it's like what Dan said, a legacy thing.
    My Brother HS3100 had no workoffsets, only G92.
    Kinda pain at first, but once you learn how to make sure not to overwrite the coordinate in the...
  4. Not sure what you two are going on about with...

    Not sure what you two are going on about with submarines and all, but this entire thread was about explaining that the size - as in volume - of the tank does not matter when sizing the thickness of...
  5. No we're not! Look in the first post by the OP...

    No we're not!

    Look in the first post by the OP

    He has a 96" wide, 72" deep and 38" high tank.
    IOW, his water depth is 38"!

    I guess the problem is with the wording deep vs thick vs high vs...
  6. 'Cos you made the height .002!:dopeslap:

    'Cos you made the height .002!:dopeslap:
  7. Give back your calculators to China for repair. ...

    Give back your calculators to China for repair.

    96Wide x 36 Tall x .002 Deep = 6.912 cuIn
  8. OK, so I did that, but used the .002 as the...

    OK, so I did that, but used the .002 as the depth.
    The glass thickness remained the same @ .9055, but the water volume became 6.912 cuIn, with a weight of 701.2466 - 700.9968 = .2498 lb ...


    I...
  9. The hell are you talking about! This entire...

    The hell are you talking about!
    This entire thread is ABSOLUTELY about the .002" thing!
    Apparently you were lost at Hello ...
  10. OK I might be seeing the light ( though...

    OK

    I might be seeing the light ( though still looking for a yabut ....)

    If you take the tank: 96 x 48 x 36H.
    Now, instead of making another tank, just take a 96 x 48 sheet of .... well,...
  11. For the record, I understand the numbers and...

    For the record, I understand the numbers and formulas, but somehow cannot get my stupid head wrapped around the concept of:

    Tank#1: 96" x 48" x 36" = Total volume is 96 cuF
    Tank#2: 96" x .002" x...
  12. Guys, I am just f'n pissed off!!! I have been...

    Guys, I am just f'n pissed off!!!

    I have been looking ( and wasting a shitton of time ) at this shit.
    Could someone with a serious fluid dynamics background please chime-in!!!


    Here is a...
  13. Problem I have with that analogy is the...

    Problem I have with that analogy is the difference in surface area.
    The straw turning into a livestock tank increases it's surface area hundreds if not thousands of times.

    At the same time, the...
  14. Actually .... he is absolutely correct. When...

    Actually .... he is absolutely correct.
    When fluids are at rest, the only thing that acts on them is gravity.
  15. How is that relevant here??:scratchchin:

    How is that relevant here??:scratchchin:
  16. Explain that please? And a note for all: I am...

    Explain that please?

    And a note for all: I am not fighting with any opinions here! In fact I am absolutely fascinated by realizing that things which seem simple and most common sense are still...
  17. OK, you are correct, WEIGHT is not in the...

    OK, you are correct, WEIGHT is not in the equation.
    BUT!
    Would you also say that a plastic bag just at the margin of being capable in containing 1 gallon of water will also contain 1 gallon of...
  18. Exactly! It is not experiencing the same force!...

    Exactly!
    It is not experiencing the same force!

    Spent the last 20 or so minutes googling "hydrostatic pressure prism"
    They all show pretty much the same image as the one posted by I_AM_MACHINE,...
  19. This makes sense to me: And it also solves...

    This makes sense to me:



    And it also solves ( to me anyway ) the unbelievable possibility that in a .002" thick tank the sides would still experience the very same overall force as a tank...
  20. 'Splain this one to me Lucy: And then,...

    'Splain this one to me Lucy:



    And then, when your ass is irrevocably on the hook:



    'splain to me why would they NEED to fix it, specially when this is what they hear:
  21. Not sure what you mean, but the annual...

    Not sure what you mean, but the annual maintenance cost on FeatureCAM is right around 2K ( give and take based on what level you have )

    So, for my $2000 maintenance, I have the privilege to...
  22. Yeah, that is exactly what I'm thinking as well....

    Yeah, that is exactly what I'm thinking as well.
    If you read a recent thread on the FC forum about the New and Improved ( NOT ) version, you'll see that their answer for charging us the maintenance...
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    Yeah, I've had a flaky/DOA conductivity sensor...

    Yeah, I've had a flaky/DOA conductivity sensor during install as well.
    Fed-ex - Red the part, swapped the next day.
    Shiit does happen, thankfully nothing since in the 5+ years.
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    Couple of things. This thread should be in the...

    Couple of things.

    This thread should be in the EDM forum.
    More people ( myself included ) with a U3 at our disposal visiting that patch of PM land.

    Second, though I've only had to call Makino...
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