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    The EU needs/wants cheap natgas, for 5-15 years,...

    The EU needs/wants cheap natgas, for 5-15 years, while phasing out coal in the UK, germany, overall.
    The 2 russian gas pipes get this to the EU, and reduces/avoids reliance on US shipped natgas....
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    Best quote all year "c´est la bullshit"....

    Best quote all year "c´est la bullshit".
    Fantastic soundbite.

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    The UK-French volume is about 300.000 trucks per year, about 6x bigger than Finland-Russia total traffic.
    The French side of...
  3. Sticky: Hoping this subforum keeps getting better and better .. Hello from new moderator

    As username "hanermo" I´m the new moderator and will be doing my best to keep things interesting, on point, and civil.

    Manufacturing in America and Europe - M.a.e. on PM.
    The threads in M.A.E....
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    The new corvette C8 is excellent engineering. It...

    The new corvette C8 is excellent engineering.
    It is a sports car, with supercar performance, for cheap.
    The new corvette is the competition for the Tesla Model 3, performance.

    And the corvette...
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    On changing something in the drive .. an AC...

    On changing something in the drive ..
    an AC brushless servo drive is vastly, and I mean vastly, better than anything else.
    AC servo == 5x better than anything else, per power in HP.

    --...
  6. A crook got caught in falsifying paperwork, via...

    A crook got caught in falsifying paperwork, via multiple companies, to avoid taxes.
    1.8B$ in taxes aka import duties in this case.

    So what ?
    Just because the crook is chinese, in this case, has...
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    1. The std approach for 40 years in jig borers...

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    The std approach for 40 years in jig borers and similar high accuracy stuff was always location and never a rotary table.

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    Forget drilling anything.
    Drill undersize. By about 0.2 mm-0.5 mm...
  8. 1. A suggestion .. perhaps ... a shop made...

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    A suggestion .. perhaps ...
    a shop made female dead center made somewhat oversize, with a slot cut in it, in phosphor bronze/sintered bronze/miracle plastic/similar might allow you to rough...
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    A modern turbo would typically have more than...

    A modern turbo would typically have more than enough air to intake and more than enough power to compress the intake to whatever level the ECU settings desire at that rpm/power level desired.
    Thus,...
  10. 1. Absolutely Yes ! But the US already does...

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    Absolutely Yes !
    But the US already does this.
    The US taxes all companies foreign and domestic- in theory.

    In practice the US allows the biggest US ((multinational)) companies to pay...
  11. Thanks, a lot. Is polishing hand work and a...

    Thanks, a lot.

    Is polishing hand work and a NSK spindle and some abrasive ?
  12. I got the point, perfectly. It does not matter...

    I got the point, perfectly.
    It does not matter how you paid for them.
    You did pay, You could, good for You.

    My only point was that it is not actually cheaper, it is(was) much more expensive in...
  13. So in 1989 You could comfortably afford a couch...

    So in 1989 You could comfortably afford a couch comfortably valued at (double 3x on 30 years) 64.000$ today, 30 y ago.
    A bank valuation is double / 9 years, so 8k x2 x2 x2 == 64.000$ in todays...
  14. Thread seems a bit distorted to me. I would...

    Thread seems a bit distorted to me.

    I would think that US jobshop people would lament losing US jobs.
    If IKEA closes a plant, or Honda an auto plant, the effect is the same.
    US jobs are lost.
    ...
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    For about 20 years, my EU-wide insurance was...

    For about 20 years, my EU-wide insurance was about 200€ or less till about 1998.
    Normal minimum mandatory cover, but I could drive anywhere in the EU and did, multiple times, over 15.000 km...
  16. Thread: Let´s see what happens. Fiscally, I...

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    Let´s see what happens.

    Fiscally, I feel stock-market and results overall past 1 year would be:
    A 3% tax in France would mean nothing to the corporate profits of the IT Big Corps.
    A 3%...
  17. Looks great ! 1. Is it hand polished or...

    Looks great !

    1. Is it hand polished or tumbled or something ?
    2. Is it a high-volume part ?
    (A2 maybe indicates limited speed and lifetime volume, less than 200k total / 100k year, as a wag...
  18. The ring bases look great ! Are they deburred...

    The ring bases look great !
    Are they deburred in-machine and how ?
  19. Imho .. for the OP .. the firearms manufacturer...

    Imho .. for the OP ..
    the firearms manufacturer for sure.

    Learning on excellent machinery, and getting heavy experience on quality, reliability, mass-production, issues with critical parts with...
  20. What I personally most dislike are the soundbites...

    What I personally most dislike are the soundbites mostly removed from reality and context and facts.

    And dislike the fact the current president mostly gets a free ride on massive propaganda he...
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    Interested to see how this develops. I suggest...

    Interested to see how this develops.

    I suggest your base situation and problem would work with a haas post.
    Then, working on spindle clearance, and endless stuff.

    Do you have a real cam, and...
  22. In the EU companies pay taxes on lots of things...

    In the EU companies pay taxes on lots of things and the final corporate profits are usually thin for very big companies.
    Aka big companies skate most company-profit taxes, via offshore arrangements....
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    Most of the time, 99% perhaps, a small shop will...

    Most of the time, 99% perhaps, a small shop will have vastly better results from inventory than other options.

    Limited in capital, in time, in capacity, and in addressable market, one cannot...
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    I don´t understand Your post, as in what You...

    I don´t understand Your post, as in what You might critisize or wish to change.

    Harrasing the russians is obviously idiotic.
    They are a major economy, and the 2nd nuclear armed power in the...
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    To tcnj - OP. One renishaw probe works fine -...

    To tcnj - OP.

    One renishaw probe works fine - ring gage - the other does not.
    The error of 0.02 mm is huge, at least 5x more than acceptable.
    0.004 mm might be ok, +/-, seeking 0.002-3 mm.
    ...
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