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    "vital" is not relevent. What is relevent is to...

    "vital" is not relevent. What is relevent is to move forward in one's career without unnecessarily making people angry or burning bridges. Keep up your work standards until you are ready to...
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    1. If you thread FROM the "head" (button) out...

    1. If you thread FROM the "head" (button) out towards the tip, such that the threading tool is starting right against the flank, does that get you close enough?

    Threading "normal" from...
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    Need to expand the idea of the "lean too" into...

    Need to expand the idea of the "lean too" into the "stand up against" allowing each addition to get taller.... Then eventually you'd have say a 3 story building "leaning on" whatever you started...
  4. Schjell - solidcam with solidworks is the only...

    Schjell - solidcam with solidworks is the only CAD and CAM I've ever done serious work with. My attempts to do anything at all in fushion have been... frustrating....

    A non-profit, and some...
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    Weirdly, when I took the state required "forklift...

    Weirdly, when I took the state required "forklift training" (which can be summarized in 5 minutes but somehow required 8 hours) we were all required to drive a forklift a little bit - and the only...
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    Worth more than that after it's properly seasoned...

    Worth more than that after it's properly seasoned by lying in the snow for year while waiting for contractor crew :D
  7. Strostkovy - just looking for a flap wheel - the...

    Strostkovy - just looking for a flap wheel - the problem is finding it *in Uganda*. (They're easy to find in the US, I have boxes of them, I'll bet you do too.) [Does your supplier happen to have...
  8. My colleague measured, and what they have is...

    My colleague measured, and what they have is indeed M14. And they DO have the arbor nuts - so the open center option is indeed viable. Attempts to find the kind of disk (sanding flapdisk) needed...
  9. So solidcam sells a product called InventorCAM -...

    So solidcam sells a product called InventorCAM - and I presume (but do not know) that it's solidcam reworked to run inside autodesk inventor rather than inside solidworks. Maybe you are talking...
  10. Buying perfectly respectable things, but which...

    Buying perfectly respectable things, but which are the wrong things, and then taking forever to sell them to make room for the right things.
  11. You don't know the context Thermite - and a large...

    You don't know the context Thermite - and a large part of the time they quite literally want to be told what to do. That said, this whole thing is very in-country producer and product end user...
  12. Will ask if they have the arbor nut... But both...

    Will ask if they have the arbor nut... But both points sound.
  13. What arbor size on angle grinders used in Africa (or anywhere outside the US)

    Folks outside North America - what is the typical arbor size on angle grinders? (In the US I think it's generally 5/8-11)

    The goal is to be able to buy some disks to fit an angle grinder...
  14. It won't know that. In my system a tool number...

    It won't know that. In my system a tool number is assigned a particular configuration (so T18 is always a 1"dia 2"loc 5-flute endmill.)
    All the technique I describe does is show what tool numbers...
  15. Get list of tools in table, and in ATC, from controller (on NGC) - already known?

    I've now seen or heard a couple of places that folks don't know how to figure out which tools are actually loaded in Haas without some difficult process to inspect the tool changer.

    But it turns...
  16. My 2006 era Heidenhain does in fact have that...

    My 2006 era Heidenhain does in fact have that feature. Kind of striking that 16 years later the idea hasn't spread throughout the industry.
  17. Whose winch did you choose to use? (I need to...

    Whose winch did you choose to use? (I need to make a similar thing - it won't be nearly that clever...)
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    both ways.... always with a strong headwind...

    both ways.... always with a strong headwind...
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    Clough42 put up some videos on his youtube...

    Clough42 put up some videos on his youtube channel - you might find them worthwhile.
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    I think fuji is one of the large conglomerates,...

    I think fuji is one of the large conglomerates, and which actual operating companies are part of which things isn't clear to me.
    They are very much selling X-moung (APS-C size) digital cameras and...
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    Camera Tech Notes that explain some of what is...

    Camera Tech Notes that explain some of what is discussed above (yes, you might be able to get a Minolta lens to at least sort of work with a mirrorless Sony...)

    1. The distance from the back or...
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    That level of thermal change makes me wonder if...

    That level of thermal change makes me wonder if there is a thermal compensation circuit that is in disrepair. (Bad temp sensor? Bad setting in machine parameters?)

    Is this machine new to you?...
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    The A1 will be the old Canon mount - not the same...

    The A1 will be the old Canon mount - not the same as the EOS mount that came with autofocus - so it doesn't even fit later Canon film cameras. Worse, while EOS can be adapted to R (flange...
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    Never underestimate the value of just plain...

    Never underestimate the value of just plain removing rotten parts that aren't doing anything anymore, and replacing rotten parts that are sort of functioning.
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    Selection Bias and Economics. Selection Bias:...

    Selection Bias and Economics.

    Selection Bias: apparently a fair number of ancient and medevial structures fell down, were knocked down, or destroyed by fire. if you look for videos of Castles in...
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