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  1. Probability theory, quantum golf, who knows but...

    Probability theory, quantum golf, who knows but it’s interesting to think about
    Mark
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    I see what you mean about sheathing a house, very...

    I see what you mean about sheathing a house, very pricey, however most houses are brick or block outside skin cavity with insulation and inside skin of 4” concrete or thermal blocks over here, I use...
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    Personally I hate osb, avoid it like the plague,...

    Personally I hate osb, avoid it like the plague, however most of the sheet I use is birch ply, invariably Russian, quality is exceptional to be honest, some of the crap about is full of voids, we get...
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    Not entirely sure the stock market is machineing...

    Not entirely sure the stock market is machineing myself OT perhaps or confusion?,
    Mark
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    Your gonna need a bigger lathe! I’d be trying to...

    Your gonna need a bigger lathe!
    I’d be trying to design around that one myself, even if it’s an existing part, go up or down in size, way cheaper
    Mark
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    It’s 3 phase yes, the only struggle will be...

    It’s 3 phase yes, the only struggle will be rotational direction, if wrong switch any 2 lives, you may need to get an electrician to sort it if your stuck, no shame in that I have, no one knows...
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    We had one in work, and I’m sure I’ve told but I...

    We had one in work, and I’m sure I’ve told but I actually sliced meteor on it
    (Ite, oil, hammerite,) cut quite easily,
    I like do all, I have a start rite that’s quite good, but I’d prefer a do it...
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    Emuge DF NI taps are specifically ground cobalt...

    Emuge DF NI taps are specifically ground cobalt plus tramps for the dreaded inco nightmare, plus if enough room a jet of coolant down the hole if blind or back coolant up the hole if through, sticky...
  9. Thread: Harrison L5A

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    Lathes.co.U.K.,tony may have one, I think it’s a...

    Lathes.co.U.K.,tony may have one, I think it’s a standard spline so theoretically you could do it on the lathe with a bit of direct indexing,
    I have a Harrison 12” swing (L6?) wish the thing had a...
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    I had a set of whia stainless off my mate, they...

    I had a set of whia stainless off my mate, they get supplied to the hospital, they don’t want carbon steel getting on their surgical stuff apparently, they were really nice, since I’ve tried the...
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    Wind it over by hand till the belt settles where...

    Wind it over by hand till the belt settles where it should be
    Mark
  12. I’ve been lucky, only 2 eye surgeries, one I...

    I’ve been lucky, only 2 eye surgeries, one I ended up doing myself, embedded shrapnel from exploding refractory, magnet useless, swan Morton scalpel to de skin it, ophthalmology was a fail but I...
  13. You only got a creepy joe problem because he...

    You only got a creepy joe problem because he fixed up she gee pong when he visited Obama, they gave all their intel to put him in charge! (Coo in China, adverse political opponents etc)
    Mark
  14. From whit I see on the tv the zombies all live a...

    From whit I see on the tv the zombies all live a happy fulfilled life in Washington, they come after you by post
    Mark
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    Did you put baffles in?, perforated plates, Mark

    Did you put baffles in?, perforated plates,
    Mark
  16. Don’t panic, the scale on my saw is crap also, I...

    Don’t panic, the scale on my saw is crap also, I use a protractor, but these digital angle things like a little box are supposed to be good, my problem is even more bizarre, fixed blade no tilt and...
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    Rub with white soap bar, heat till it blackens...

    Rub with white soap bar, heat till it blackens the old fashioned way!
    Mark
    Sorry limy,and others poor reading skills must be the CoViD
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    Looked a bit like a stone splitter I recently saw...

    Looked a bit like a stone splitter I recently saw
    Mark
  19. It would be near impossible to run any kind of...

    It would be near impossible to run any kind of Lance off an acetylene generator, not enough flow really from my experience, plus handling carbide etc
    It may, ..may be possible with arcair, I mean it...
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    You can pendant program there’s no doubt about...

    You can pendant program there’s no doubt about it, download the prog onto a usb, take it home and dissect it with a cad/cam prog so every step is in your head, run it on the simulator, see what does...
  21. We used to charge plate scrap, aim no more than...

    We used to charge plate scrap, aim no more than 1m square, you can scrap bigger but the yard has to further process to fit the bins, assuming a BOS steel plant, arc much smaller due to clamshell...
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    I’ve used reference on a drawing but tried to...

    I’ve used reference on a drawing but tried to avoid lassoing it round dimensions with tolerance, sometimes there was a capital M in a circle after
    (Maximum material condition, or at least it was...
  23. The plattens and tie rods a way thicker than oxy...

    The plattens and tie rods a way thicker than oxy propane, plus probably cast iron on the plattens, so your into oxy Lance or packed Lance as you like, the oil in it a real hazard, the alternate is...
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    I did like the kerns littlest hbm, a fine...

    I did like the kerns littlest hbm, a fine machine, there an ozzy YouTube guy with one, the hardest one was a TOS, good machine but I kept forgetting which controlled what, nothing you couldn’t fix...
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    With wibly wobbly shapes I tack weld some legs on...

    With wibly wobbly shapes I tack weld some legs on myself, or pads, curvy frames are buggers to set up
    Mark
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