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  1. Perhaps I misread the OPís post but I read it as...

    Perhaps I misread the OPís post but I read it as Milacron is asking us what questions weíd like to ask an auctioneer. If I read it right (and I donít claim that I do), here are my questions:

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  2. 1) true. One clarification though. The N95 is...

    1) true. One clarification though. The N95 is designed to filter out the droplet particles in your breath that contain the virus. The virus does not float around on its own. Rather it is small...
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    You will probably have better luck starting a new...

    You will probably have better luck starting a new thread instead of adding to this old one.
  4. Ok. I see this as an opportunity for some...

    Ok. I see this as an opportunity for some education here.

    Airborne vs droplet is a precaution level as defined by the CDC. The difference between airborne and droplet precautions is particle size...
  5. That is my understanding as well Milland. The...

    That is my understanding as well Milland. The virus is currently considered Ďdropletí and not Ďairborneí. (That may change as more research is done, but thatís how it goes)

    Virus on hand, hand...
  6. Iíve posted this before (I think), but I think I...

    Iíve posted this before (I think), but I think I should address a couple things:

    ĎDonít wear face masksí:
    The party line from the Surgeon General was in relation to surgical masks and not n95s....
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    Got my lathe dogs in the mail and they survived...

    Got my lathe dogs in the mail and they survived the onslaught given by USPS. Thanks for the lathe dogs so I can hang them on the shelf and use them once every ten years.
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    I havenít used anything from Gem Power ó how do...

    I havenít used anything from Gem Power ó how do they compare to other brands, similar to yuasa? Bison of old? I ask because Gem Power makes a right angle head that fits NMTB30 (sorry, canít use...
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    Iíll take the lathe dogs. Let me know how youíd...

    Iíll take the lathe dogs. Let me know how youíd like to get paid. Iíll send a PM later.
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    Iím a bit surprised that DD hasnít chimed in and...

    Iím a bit surprised that DD hasnít chimed in and toiled about how Ďis this an auction? Put up a priceí. I was waiting for it....still waiting.
  11. Yep. Iím near the capitol.

    Yep. Iím near the capitol.
  12. Thatís not that bad of an idea. Folks that I know...

    Thatís not that bad of an idea. Folks that I know who work for larger businesses that do work in the medical field (but the employees are not medical people) have recíd letters from the corporate...
  13. I just looked at the Essential Critical...

    I just looked at the Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers as noted by Inslee (WA) and a lot of businesses qualify for continuing to work. Restaurants can continue to offer take out. Cannabis...
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    Mr_CNC_guy, I just want to make sure here -- did...

    Mr_CNC_guy, I just want to make sure here -- did you end up passing on the lot?
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    There are quite a few threads on this subject....

    There are quite a few threads on this subject. Please refer to those threads.
  16. Arsenal Democracy, how will it affect manufacturing?

    One has to suck it up, go back to work and put oneís self in harms way. The analogy to wartime is not that far off.

    Totally agree on the need for more PPE.
  17. I canít get them in the Northwest. Everything is...

    I canít get them in the Northwest. Everything is sold out.
  18. Up until a short time ago, hospitals were forced...

    Up until a short time ago, hospitals were forced to buy N95s that were designated Ďfor medical useí. Industrial applications use the same exact N95s but they arenít designated for medical use. Thus,...
  19. Woah woah woah. Letís slow this down. N95s ó...

    Woah woah woah. Letís slow this down.

    N95s ó you canít sterilize them. The technology to sterilize paper stuff is beyond the capability of the home user.

    N95s ó there is absolutely a...
  20. There is not a ventilator shortage currently, but...

    There is not a ventilator shortage currently, but sure as heck is a mask shortage!!
  21. I feel that I need to chime in here to clarify...

    I feel that I need to chime in here to clarify some things that have been said, dispel myths and expose some untruths. This post is not against anyone in particular and is meant to be informational...
  22. You two are talking about two different things....

    You two are talking about two different things. Iron lungs were used at home because the person did not need the intensive care unit (outside of a ventilator). Today, people use ventilators at home...
  23. While the sentiment of the post by jwearing is...

    While the sentiment of the post by jwearing is good, I would like to clarify this statement. Not saying jwearing is right or wrong, just clarifying.

    Ventilators are dirt simple. The mechanism...
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    Iíll get second in line if things fall through. ...

    Iíll get second in line if things fall through. He who dies with the most tooling wins...
  25. Tool Steel A2, D2, O1, 4150 QT and many more alloys FS in small quanitities.

    I recíd my steel in the mail. The plywood bottom and strapping the steel to the plywood with nylon banding (as mentioned by others) was the trick to prevent this from being a delivery of an empty...
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