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    haha! can't take the truth, huh? just answer this...

    haha! can't take the truth, huh? just answer this one thing, what is the dollar cost of the fuel alone to get 180 lb to mars, with needed food, water not recyclable, and O2?
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    snap out of it. he's an idiot with a knack for...

    snap out of it. he's an idiot with a knack for driving otherwise smart folk like dogs, and sorry, you probably arn't going to mars. no they are never going to be "attainable". humans are so stupid.
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    unless it's plugged up it will be very close to...

    unless it's plugged up it will be very close to neutral. oxidizing flame would not be good for brazing, and any excess fuel will reduce the heat and increase carbon in th, so its usually quite close...
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    No. In the case of the most common way...

    No.

    In the case of the most common way seamless is made, it's a hot forging process using grooved rollers to force the metal over a "bullet shaped" mandrel. for DOM, usually a welded product is...
  5. look Bill, I agree with you, BUT I'm gonna...

    look Bill, I agree with you, BUT I'm gonna implore ALL to at least TRY not to degenerate into tribes and petty squabbles, go read the article.

    PLEASE, lets just help each other.

    the REAL...
  6. this is NOT opinion. its science, data, evidence....

    this is NOT opinion. its science, data, evidence. It's here to help, take it or leave it.
    go ahead, find me a 180* with 96,000 patients.
  7. OT, hydroxy associated with increased deaths, biggest study yet

    just in the interest of all here who may be on the hydroxychloroquine or the chloroquine (or thinking about it), with or without the Azithro, there is a new study out in the Lancet today, a...
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    Spam alert!!! Ps, If anyone is actually...

    Spam alert!!!

    Ps, If anyone is actually wondering, Ta is a reactive metal that forms a hard oxide layer on exposure to air in a similar way to aluminum, but in other ways couldn’t be more...
  9. haha, well, the original Ridgeline is a crazy...

    haha, well, the original Ridgeline is a crazy rigid unibody unit,not a terrible choice.:) that dominated its class in the baja 1000 for a while.
  10. i dont think so, if you refer back to his post...

    i dont think so, if you refer back to his post #16, it's a general reference to this having been covered before, and yea, if you had a pickup, no mater the rating (3/4-1 ton), its way better to...
  11. WAIT...you can do it with an Isuzu 16' stakebed??...

    WAIT...you can do it with an Isuzu 16' stakebed?? what exactly is the question, should I spend 50$ more in gas? YES. foolish not to.
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    Yup, got it now, I did not know enough to...

    Yup, got it now, I did not know enough to understand.

    It would have been more effective overall for the OP to have been more clear and said something like “looking for someone who has made HDPE...
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    thats all you got, "machine different size...

    thats all you got, "machine different size screws"? and from that tidbit you think you are going to get any serious response, especially after tossing in the snark? this is seriously funny, I'll give...
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    oh, the fun is only just starting. :D ...long and...

    oh, the fun is only just starting. :D ...long and short of it is ditch the "start assist" unit (static phase converter) and either get or build a rotary converter, or probably cheaper, more...
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    Thanks for the clear summation there on power...

    Thanks for the clear summation there on power factor/current/voltage/watts.

    To the OP, the motors are likely fine. You just need to feed them better power. If you starve a dog, don’t beat it for...
  16. Congrats you got it with the spark test, just for...

    Congrats you got it with the spark test, just for potential future use, another way, when you have parts from the same stock in each different alloy, where the crystal structure will be consistent...
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    Ahh ok, now I see, and stand corrected. I’ve only...

    Ahh ok, now I see, and stand corrected. I’ve only been involved in making one die using
    EDM years ago, So not my world!
  18. it largely depends on the future use, and...

    it largely depends on the future use, and liability exposure. if it is to be spinning at high speed, dont do it if any liability concerns exist, if it's stationary as you state, just clean well and...
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    wow, clearly some replying haven't ever worked...

    wow, clearly some replying haven't ever worked with fasteners this size,:nutter: (either that or they have hands 1/10 scale and machines to match!)

    as to an inverted cone to deburr, that sounds...
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    ha! brings back memories to see a breadboard...

    ha! brings back memories to see a breadboard project, wow, havn't even thought 'bout those in a while...although the DIP chips I was messing around with in the 70s and early 80s were a tiny bit...
  21. you only lost a morning? well, I'd call that...

    you only lost a morning? well, I'd call that lucky! spent the last 3 days f***ing around trying to weld/braze/solder some zinc that I'm going to get maybe 80 bucks for. I'm just stubborn and wouldn't...
  22. abortion IS about health, absolutely

    just posted with a title so it shows up to those who have put me on "ignore" :D
  23. being able to get an abortion IS about health....

    being able to get an abortion IS about health. absolutely.

    childbirth was the most common cause of death for adult women for most of human history. yes its much safer with modern medicine, but it...
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    why? It does exactly the same thing, just a...

    why? It does exactly the same thing, just a bigger size. what's there to be stumped about? on top of that, everyone has already said they both do the same thing (or at least they are claimed to!:))
  25. wow, that pattern is just plain gorgeous! it also...

    wow, that pattern is just plain gorgeous! it also looks like it really belongs in your beautiful dining room, fits right in. I can see a divider wall made of these cast in concrete. seriously. nice....
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