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  1. I think it's hotter than any conventional kitchen...

    I think it's hotter than any conventional kitchen oven will go. Bodycote says 550-650C

    Stress relieving on metal products - Heat treatment - Bodycote Plc
  2. Not sure why it's listed as being a 2" capacity...

    Not sure why it's listed as being a 2" capacity either. It's a 6" body, 1.5" bar holes. Maybe a 2" adjustment on the radius?
  3. What??! That setup worked fine in my Rong-Fu...

    What??! That setup worked fine in my Rong-Fu Mill-Drill, I'm only selling it because I needed a bigger boring head.
  4. Well, if nothing else this thread could be a...

    Well, if nothing else this thread could be a terrific resource for medical students studying diseases of the mind, and their written manifestations.

    Sociologists can find a wealth of data on...
  5. What are you using for coolant, if anything? ...

    What are you using for coolant, if anything? Unless the Al is soft as poop, it should cut pretty well at those numbers, or even faster on the feed.
  6. I don't know. This question's been floating...

    I don't know. This question's been floating around since the first announcement of djt "being ill", and my initial thought is that he was ill, but with the care he got (and luck?) it wasn't as...
  7. But head to manifold should never get to 1500F. ...

    But head to manifold should never get to 1500F. That's what you specced, so why I suggested 718. If this isn't a racing situation, then something like a 321 SS should work.

    I don't know know...
  8. I think you're in Inconel 718 territory...

    I think you're in Inconel 718 territory...
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    I'd try using a spot drill. Same angle or...

    I'd try using a spot drill. Same angle or slightly larger than the drill.

    Or experiment with a two-stage drill code, where the first 1/8" or so is slower RPM and/or feed to establish the hole,...
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    A thermal stress relief cycle while fully...

    A thermal stress relief cycle while fully supported in a straight metal tube might work, but you'd have to control temperatures carefully. Search the plastic manufacturer's literature to see what...
  11. You cling to this nonsense with a religious...

    You cling to this nonsense with a religious fervor. No other words for it, because it's a matter of faith as opposed to research, belief as opposed to proof. It's both pathetic and dangerous, as it...
  12. Looks good. Two pieces of advice: 1) If...

    Looks good. Two pieces of advice:

    1) If needed, spend the time to tweak the blade guides as best you can to cut straight. Make sure the chip brushes function, and proper use of coolant will...
  13. I'm sending a sympathy card to your one remaining...

    I'm sending a sympathy card to your one remaining synapse.
  14. Hey, all that efforts not wasted either - you're...

    Hey, all that efforts not wasted either - you're getting to use your knowledge of French vocabulary ("frisson"? You Hipster...) and culture (L'Internationale - we used to go around during Christmas...
  15. I will, like a fine (if overpriced) cappuccino. ...

    I will, like a fine (if overpriced) cappuccino.

    Yes, I agree I'm presumptuous. It comes from interpreting the statements of someone who should be (and is) smart enough to not be hooked by a...
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    Kill? That seems a little harsh. Could we put...

    Kill? That seems a little harsh. Could we put them in Carbonite* for a month instead?


    *Neeerrd...
  17. This is what stuns me, and has since he announced...

    This is what stuns me, and has since he announced his run. The guy is a lightweight (hydrogen) when it comes to thinking, and it's not something he can exactly hide. What do so many smart people...
  18. Heh. Sad to say, we're in agreement on this too....

    Heh. Sad to say, we're in agreement on this too. Have to shove the lobbyists into a box first before we can get the politician's attention...
  19. The dog ate his health plan. Oh wait - he's...

    The dog ate his health plan.

    Oh wait - he's never had a dog, that requires some degree of humanity...
  20. We're in agreement. So where' the "plan" from djt...

    We're in agreement. So where' the "plan" from djt that he's been promising anydaynow for the last 3+ years?
  21. A Federal audit. Sweet baby Jupiter, I want a...

    A Federal audit. Sweet baby Jupiter, I want a full audit of the last four years of spending OUR money to see whose pockets it's gone into. And how much more we'll have to pay in deficit interest.
    ...
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    There's many threads on the forum on dust...

    There's many threads on the forum on dust collection, including some from a guy who's got a connection to Oneida Air Systems (Oneida Air Systems - The Industry Leader in Dust Collection | Oneida Air...
  23. BTW, Old, here's at least part of the damage your...

    BTW, Old, here's at least part of the damage your man will do that will outlast him: Brett Kavanaugh foreshadows how Supreme Court could disrupt vote counting - CNNPolitics

    You must be from the...
  24. I'm more of a Ford Raptor kind of guy, rather...

    I'm more of a Ford Raptor kind of guy, rather than a Nash (at least when it comes to grill tooth metaphors).

    As as for garment rending, that's an automatic thing as I maneuver around the machines...
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