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  1. Thread: Recession?

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    the job I've been chasing has gone from 9 units,...

    the job I've been chasing has gone from 9 units, to 5, and now to 3. I had to get the material requoted because the lower quantity changes the price/#.

    My customers customer is worried about my...
  2. He doesn't look to be in good shape. I have a...

    He doesn't look to be in good shape.

    I have a Croatian customer who's a huge Boris fan. Evidently he cycles on the Croatian Island of Brac (that my customer comes from) every year. The cycling...
  3. Interesting times we live in. Another under...

    Interesting times we live in.

    Another under performing appointee sticks foot in mouth.
  4. Thread: Recession?

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    I'd change a few things. My wife moved out 'cos...

    I'd change a few things. My wife moved out 'cos she got mad at me. I started to date a Korean-American stripper, cute but batshit crazy. Dropped her when my wife wanted to make nice and move back in....
  5. I had a trial version of WS21.5 from 2002, which...

    I had a trial version of WS21.5 from 2002, which I think was one of the first new revisions that came out after Kubotek bought Cadkey. It was pretty impressive, and fixed a lot of the issues in the...
  6. Don't forget Fadals. For what you want a Fadal...

    Don't forget Fadals.

    For what you want a Fadal would be ideal.

    Their easy to service, even a caveman could do it. Parts are readily available for each and every part of the machine from...
  7. Lol, I've been using Cadkey 99 since, well 1999....

    Lol, I've been using Cadkey 99 since, well 1999. I stopped paying maintenance when Cadkey 19 came out, the successor to CK99.

    It's maybe the easiest CAD to learn. I do most of my initial work in...
  8. From what appears to be the progression of this...

    From what appears to be the progression of this virus, once you go to ICU, even with the best possible medical care, the outcome is dire. If BJ ends up on a ventilator he likely will not survive.
  9. Thread: Recession?

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    I don't which orifice you pull this BS out of. ...

    I don't which orifice you pull this BS out of.

    My local Black Oxider said a few days ago orders were drying up, mine was one of the last.

    My anodizer is reporting the same

    When I call the...
  10. Thread: Recession?

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    He's completely and utterly delusional, most of...

    He's completely and utterly delusional, most of his posts show him to be in alternative universe.
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    Ask Sunnen, they have some excellent people to...

    Ask Sunnen, they have some excellent people to talk to there for technical advice
  12. In Whittier, a city in LA county, city officials...

    In Whittier, a city in LA county, city officials have been going around and telling businesses to close.

    The people I now closed the doors, and run at night parking around the corner in case the...
  13. send a print to koamthreading (at)...

    send a print to

    koamthreading (at) earthlink(dot) net

    to determine the cost. Assuming their open at the moment
  14. If you had sent those out for thread grinding it...

    If you had sent those out for thread grinding it would have been cheaper that what you have in damaged hobs alone.

    I have a lot of ACME leadscrews thread ground and it's very inexpensive,...
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    Do yourself a huge favor, drill a few holes in...

    Do yourself a huge favor, drill a few holes in the table, or better yet rapid a shell mill into the table. After that you won't waste any more precious time with some trivial stains.

    I get random...
  16. Maybe some of these Universities need to talk to...

    Maybe some of these Universities need to talk to MIT

    This from 2010

    In the World: Breath of life | MIT News

    Nothing wrong with re-inventing the wheel, if we had time, but we don't
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    Although I'm from the UK, I've only ever been to...

    Although I'm from the UK, I've only ever been to Norfolk once, seemed nice enough. I have a friend who's parents retired to Norfolk years ago, they say it's the land time forgot.

    I come from...
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    282930282933 The Red GMC1500 was the original...

    282930282933

    The Red GMC1500 was the original shop truck. Best truck I've ever had in 150k miles only ever needed a waterpump and fuel injector for the TBI. Even at 300k miles still drove great.
    ...
  19. Ok so that qualifies Russia as being a one of...

    Ok so that qualifies Russia as being a one of the top industrial societies with a truly massive high quality export economy.

    Anything else they used to sell?

    LOL.
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    I think that year of transmission had a problem...

    I think that year of transmission had a problem with something called a 'mechanical diode' that went bad around 100k.

    Can't remember what the sysmptoms are

    mechanical diode 2001 transmission...
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    I'll be interested to know what you come up with....

    I'll be interested to know what you come up with.

    I have some old HD's lying around, I think I'll start experimenting with ISO's on different drives, making them on a consistant basis.

    I backup...
  22. The pictures are all stored in the old noggin....

    The pictures are all stored in the old noggin. I'll be sure to get some when this all over.
  23. Unless I've been under a rock, Russia doesn't...

    Unless I've been under a rock, Russia doesn't export cars, not sure I've ever seen one in Germany or the UK, unless your thinking of Trabbies. Certainly never seen when any Russky cars in the US
    ...
  24. Why not start your own topic asking about...

    Why not start your own topic asking about manufacturing in Pennsylvania at this time?

    It's not that hard to do.

    I'm sure you could find relevant information on local or state guvmint websites....
  25. Ah yes, I see you suffer from the yellow fever...

    Ah yes, I see you suffer from the yellow fever (apologies to those offended) as well.

    I have to say I didn't really notice Asian girls, and from the UK and living in SoCal I preffered the European...
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