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  1. Step drills are my favorite when doing this kind...

    Step drills are my favorite when doing this kind of thing, lot easier on the wrists than a grabby S&D drill too. Keeping the speed down and run a cutting fluid helps a lot too, if you burn the tips...
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    We're currently working on ISO 17025 here, if you...

    We're currently working on ISO 17025 here, if you don't need it I sure wouldn't do it for the fun.
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    Not to argue with the statement, just adding a...

    Not to argue with the statement, just adding a reference point, but I have a new Mitutoyo 9pc grade 0 fresh from the cal lab says 4 of them are under, 2 are spot on, and 3 are above. Most any are...
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    I carry one in a belt pouch made by NiteIze, not...

    I carry one in a belt pouch made by NiteIze, not a big fan of it but it works and I can buy replacements at the local big box store. They still make 'rugged' smart phones, I've had a couple but now...
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    My wife and I drove through your town two weeks...

    My wife and I drove through your town two weeks ago on our way to Coeur D'Alene for a vacation. I love McMaster, but I'd consider that an almost worthy trade off for that part of the country. But...
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    Simple parts and no large assemblies with funky...

    Simple parts and no large assemblies with funky mates and motion in it, I think any mid range non junk machine will do it. Don't have a lot of experience running CAM software, but for me with 20-50...
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    I haven't used the drop in LED replacement tubes...

    I haven't used the drop in LED replacement tubes so I don't know, are they brighter because they have more light output, or are they brighter because they don't have 5 years, or more, of shop dirt on...
  8. I like the use of the QR codes, I also hadn't...

    I like the use of the QR codes, I also hadn't seen the Sortly app before, looks neat. I hate the monthly fee programs, but I think the free one will be nice on some stuff at home. I've been using...
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    I've used the analog out into one of the...

    I've used the analog out into one of the FactoryMation PML Meters before and liked it.

    PML Series Panel Meters
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    Looks like a crescent a former boss has. Shame...

    Looks like a crescent a former boss has. Shame yours doesn't have the awesome cast wheel covers.
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    I've got a set of the M12 Fuel drill drivers and...

    I've got a set of the M12 Fuel drill drivers and their mini portaband, They are my go to driver set, great power in a nice compact package.
  12. In rooms we need constant temp in we have in wall...

    In rooms we need constant temp in we have in wall duct work and fans to continuously cycle air between floor and ceiling. Ground slabs are tough too, cold in the winter.
  13. Thread: "Cable" Threads

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    Williams form engineering?

    Williams form engineering?
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    I sold a very similar 14.5" SB on an online...

    I sold a very similar 14.5" SB on an online auction years ago, good 3 jaw, 4 jaw, steady, some limited tooling, but in running shape under power for 4,500$. The guy seemed pretty happy to get it, I...
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    I'm using the original modem/router from AT&T...

    I'm using the original modem/router from AT&T where the service comes in at.
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    I've got one of these Ubiquiti Unifi access...

    I've got one of these Ubiquiti Unifi access points at the house and like it. Easy to set up and run multiple networks on , powered via POE so its easy to put it in a more ideal location.
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    If your running tighter temp control be sure to...

    If your running tighter temp control be sure to ask what the deadband of the thermostat is they've got listed. One of our heatpump units has a 2 degree deadband, works great. New fancy...
  18. Why not stop at the rental place and rent a 2kw...

    Why not stop at the rental place and rent a 2kw Honda inverter and find a 120/240v transformer somewhere and see if the rental will start the 1/2hp pump. I'd be a little surprised if it couldn't. ...
  19. Thread: B&A Precision

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    Notice difference in the sound? Are the silly...

    Notice difference in the sound? Are the silly things quieter now? If so I'll call on Monday and order them for my 30hp unit.
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    Unless you weigh over 26,000lbs you don't need a...

    Unless you weigh over 26,000lbs you don't need a CDL. Trailer weight only matters when your gross combination weight gets to 26,001 or more. I had a hot shot trucker in the other week with a Dodge...
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    Darn Tough socks are great.

    Darn Tough socks are great.
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    I realize I haven't kept up with anything HiFi,...

    I realize I haven't kept up with anything HiFi, but I didn't realize streaming music and HiFi went in the same sentence.
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    The metal door frame screws I've used and seen...

    The metal door frame screws I've used and seen were a self drilling/tapping style screw.
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    Thanks for the input guys, It'll come off the...

    Thanks for the input guys, It'll come off the test bench this week so I'll get to work on permanently wiring it up here soon.
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    I've got the HEM ABS105 saw, its a nice little...

    I've got the HEM ABS105 saw, its a nice little saw for what it is but I wouldn't want it to be the main source of cutting if you've got very many cuts to make. If I had the choice for that I'd buy...
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