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    We put in a heat treat line in a shop I used to...

    We put in a heat treat line in a shop I used to run.

    This thread made me cringe a little. A bottle bleeding CO into the furnace isn't a controlled atmosphere- it's just CO in the furnace.
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    ^^^ Good catch Mike, I hadn't noticed that. It...

    ^^^ Good catch Mike, I hadn't noticed that. It does look pretty sketchy.
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    The pics aren't good enough to judge the grain...

    The pics aren't good enough to judge the grain size, but I don't see any fatigue in the break- it just cut loose.

    That divot may have happened when it failed, or it could have already been there-...
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    My fanuc machines all have 'end of cycle'...

    My fanuc machines all have 'end of cycle' flashing lights.

    If you open the enclosure at the end of cycle, you can identify the relay by the clicking- it's synchronized with the light.

    Seems...
  5. The sign companies that do vinyl letters and...

    The sign companies that do vinyl letters and decals should be able to print a new overlay to replace the old trashed out one.

    Custom Vinyl Graphics & Decals | Signs Now Portland
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    One of my all-time short-story favs. Bears...

    One of my all-time short-story favs.

    Bears Discover Fire - Lightspeed Magazine
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    Haha, I know crustaceans. This pic- I had a...

    Haha, I know crustaceans.

    This pic- I had a couple King Crab in the livewell with some Dungies.

    Next morning, I had a couple King Crab. Apparently they like Dungies too...:D

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    I thought about 5200 also. I haven't found...

    I thought about 5200 also. I haven't found anything that shit doesn't stick to, and it's strong.

    Stuff gets everywhere though, lol. I swear I can cut open a brand new tube and 2 seconds later it's...
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    Because who better to make engineering safety...

    Because who better to make engineering safety assessments than the flight attendant's union? :nutter:
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    P-8A is derived from 737NG. Uses CFM-56 engines....

    P-8A is derived from 737NG. Uses CFM-56 engines.

    No MCAS.
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    I have a Mit 6" that was like that new, but it...

    I have a Mit 6" that was like that new, but it was .020" short. I didn't realize it for a long time- never used that measurement on that caliper.

    One day I noticed it when checking a hole depth....
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    Can you M19? MDI a tool change? Way oil level...

    Can you M19?
    MDI a tool change?

    Way oil level ok?
    Air pressure ok?
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    I'm interested in the #39 HSS Drill, how much do...

    I'm interested in the #39 HSS Drill, how much do you want for it?
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    I'm old school- I'm sure there is a better way,...

    I'm old school- I'm sure there is a better way, but I'd start with a 4" square piece of plate. Mill a boss 2.75" dia. to locate the part in the center, and drill and tap a hole for a strap clamp...
  15. The shaft sleeve does not rotate. Here's the...

    The shaft sleeve does not rotate. Here's the manual with an exploded view.

    https://www17.dynabrade.com/get-manual.php?c=PD15.03R

    Dynabrade make excellent products, if a person was going to...
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    vee blocks received. :)

    vee blocks received. :)
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    In Oregon lane splitting is still illegal, but...

    In Oregon lane splitting is still illegal, but everyone thinks it's legal. So it's normal for motorcycles to split the traffic in rush hour.

    In addition to your list I will add:

    Keep your feet...
  18. Sticky: Funny how some narratives never die. That was...

    Funny how some narratives never die. That was dismissed by both House and Senate investigations, and Mueller specifically said there was no evidence of any back-channel communications.

    Kushner...
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    That might be worth taking to a locksmith. The...

    That might be worth taking to a locksmith. The lab stuff I've seen was pretty high quality.
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    My shop used to have a big grinder, that's...

    My shop used to have a big grinder, that's exactly what they did. Moat around the foundation draining to a sump.

    I blocked it off because I didn't want employees dumping coolant or other crap into...
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    I've done simultaneous turning and boring, but...

    I've done simultaneous turning and boring, but only on twin turret lathes.

    That video is cool- but boy, that machine looks easy to crash!
  22. When do we ever NOT take cutting forces into...

    When do we ever NOT take cutting forces into consideration? On ANY setup?

    If I have an angled hole to put in a part, or it's an oddball little angled feature on a small part sometimes it's just...
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    I stand corrected. :) I have D1-4 and D1-6,...

    I stand corrected. :)

    I have D1-4 and D1-6, but do not use collets on the larger one- so all I see are the 6 pins on the D1-6 chucks...
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    PM sent on the V blocks. That chuck is a D1-3...

    PM sent on the V blocks.

    That chuck is a D1-3 or D1-4 U think?

    D1-3 has 9/16" pins, D1-4 has 5/8" pins. Might want to clarify that one...
  25. I usually use the sine plate to sweep in the head...

    I usually use the sine plate to sweep in the head at whatever angle I need, but there are times when I have to prototype something and it's just easier to fixture the part directly on the sine plate....
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