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  1. Sounds like a great place to work. Joe: "The...

    Sounds like a great place to work.
    Joe: "The results totally screwed"
    Bob: "Oh well, want to get some lunch?"
  2. I wish my business was so fat I could afford to...

    I wish my business was so fat I could afford to have guys running around xrfing driver bits.


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  3. Offhand I canít think of any alloy thatís 18%...

    Offhand I canít think of any alloy thatís 18% iron, something is hosed up. You should be able to tell if itís aluminum, steel, stainless, ceramic, wood, masonry, etc. Start there and reset the xrf...
  4. XRF often doesnít work. Notice that your numbers...

    XRF often doesnít work. Notice that your numbers add up to about 28%. So your material is 72% unknown.


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    YouTube...

    YouTube
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    Wow, anal sex from a stallion. I was thinking...

    Wow, anal sex from a stallion. I was thinking something else. Was he in heat? Animals wonít normally do it otherwise. Gosh. It takes all kinds.


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  7. I did not have trouble visualizing what you were...

    I did not have trouble visualizing what you were describing. Yes the nut will lock the ball joint. Of course it depends on what exactly you are doing. I can think of all sorts of ways for that to...
  8. Anyone have any comment on this Synflex Iíve got:...

    Anyone have any comment on this Synflex Iíve got:
    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20191008/46a1d4fd4dde19c771c64b4580c49c51.jpg
    A hand operated hydraulic hose crimper. Never used it.



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    I'm interested, but I'm in Wisconsin.

    I'm interested, but I'm in Wisconsin.
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    OT: Releasable Wood Glue

    Would like to glue some small pieces of oak, about 1/2" x 3", about 1/8" thick, to a small piece of plywood so that I can dremel them. Then would like to release them from the plywood so that I can...
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    Great post Larry. Sent from my iPhone using...

    Great post Larry.


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    It will be a couple weeks before I can look at my...

    It will be a couple weeks before I can look at my ML but as I recall it doesn't have a contactor. The leads go to a 3 pole push button switch located near the top wheel cover. That switch turns the...
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    Exactly. Fuel isnít so expensive, itís the taxes....

    Exactly. Fuel isnít so expensive, itís the taxes. You think the government is just going to give up that income stream? Guess again.


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    Thanks for the bump. Forgot I had already offered...

    Thanks for the bump. Forgot I had already offered it. Memory is the first to go. I really need to downsize. Not one iota of interest in this little gem?


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    I wonder if Monarch upgraded the drive from Wiad...

    I wonder if Monarch upgraded the drive from Wiad to modular while they were at it. Looks like the machine has the smaller tailstock quill.
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    FS: Automatic Oiler

    Pretty obvious what it is and how it works from the photos. Weighs 50 lbs. Could be shipped in two packages. $150 plus shipping. ...
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    In theory no. Impurities in steel, like C, Mn,...

    In theory no. Impurities in steel, like C, Mn, Si, P, etc all tend to precipitate out at the grain boundaries when the material is at high temperature. The accumulation of impurities at the grain...
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    As others have said, grain growth. At high temp...

    As others have said, grain growth. At high temp the grains grow and the material becomes more brittle. For the same reason the high temp soak time should not be excessive. For heat treating one and...
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    If the gas is not lit it is not ionized. If it is...

    If the gas is not lit it is not ionized. If it is not ionized it does not conduct current. So no an unlit bulb is not using power. The ballast is not a perfect inductor. There is some small resistive...
  20. Why is that? Curious. Iíve only been to...

    Why is that? Curious. Iíve only been to Australia once, 1988. Thought it was very nice. Based solely on visual observation Iíd think it a good place to manufacture.


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    If that's what's been seized how much has gone...

    If that's what's been seized how much has gone through undetected? Sounds like payback for all that opium the brits sent to China once upon a time.
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    Itís not copper phosphate. Other than copper and...

    Itís not copper phosphate. Other than copper and phosphorus the other elements are all in the noise. Phosphorus copper is a common casting alloy. The phosphorus deoxidizes the copper. Usually about...
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    Mount the transformer up high. On the wall or...

    Mount the transformer up high. On the wall or hung from the ceiling. I see that in factories all the time. Did it in my own shop.


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    Thanks to Zig for another thoughtful and...

    Thanks to Zig for another thoughtful and knowledgeable post. It may not be what a few people ďwantĒ to believe but there you have it. Having been in several large scale construction projects thatís...
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    I run lots of 440V machines off transformers. Why...

    I run lots of 440V machines off transformers. Why would you not use a transformer? What could be easier?


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