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    Quote Originally Posted by triumph406 View Post
    This ones a keeper

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    Only if she can make you a sandwich, or comes with a broom and dustpan
    how many of those cut outs do you have. I have to get some of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by triumph406 View Post
    This ones a keeper

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    naif..... shows what YOU know! Or do not.


    Ever try to UNDRESS a pasteboard or plastic cut-out?

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    Didn't THINK so!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delw View Post
    Only if she can make you a sandwich, or comes with a broom and dustpan
    how many of those cut outs do you have. I have to get some of those.
    You married the wrong chick Del! I have no use for a cardboard broad (just sayin')

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    Quote Originally Posted by thermite View Post
    naif..... shows what YOU know! Or do not.


    Ever try to UNDRESS a pasteboard or plastic cut-out?

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    Didn't THINK so!
    Funnily enough no I haven't. Thanks for asking though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thermite View Post
    naif..... shows what YOU know! Or do not.


    Ever try to UNDRESS a pasteboard or plastic cut-out?

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    Didn't THINK so!
    Surely that depends on how she was printed?
    Could be one very thin layer at a time...

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    Cardboard cut outs.........phhht...........remember Mitty's EMJ sales gal........................

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/cnc-machining/mittys-metal-rep-you-asked-now-ya-gonna-get-160598/#post919358

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    Someone mentioned crooks working harder at stealing than an honest job...

    Anyone ever used fishtape to pull wiring? If so, you know how hard that shit is! Someone broke into our old shop (years and years ago) by cutting out a section of the outer metal wall. They pulled quite a bit of lines, must have got spooked or something as they apparently left all, or most of it, sitting outside...

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    Quote Originally Posted by david n View Post
    Cardboard cut outs.........phhht...........remember Mitty's EMJ sales gal........................

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/cnc-machining/mittys-metal-rep-you-asked-now-ya-gonna-get-160598/#post919358
    Wow I can't believe Mitty has been gone that long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    Wow I can't believe Mitty has been gone that long.
    It's not just people who wake up with ghosts.

    So do forums...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelieking71 View Post
    More google................
    More google................
    More google................

    BAM!

    Eternal Engineering Group Llc

    Just click the link and check the name/address!
    Funny stuff from the website listed on the cage report:

    Quality Control CertificationsQuality Control CertificationsCyber Security

    We hold a dual certification in ISO9001:2015 & AS9100d and are NIST800-171 Compliant for cybersecurity. We feel that "ISO" is the way of the future and the quality control helps us to continually improve and grow as a company for our customers. Additionally we chose a registrar that is NASA approved and doesnt take shortcuts or "pass" a company just for the sake of money.





    How do you get those certifications when your shop space is at most a two car garage and a 10 x 10 tool shed at the address listed? Don't you need a closed off climate controlled inspection room?

    It really doesn't take much digging to turn up a huge web of lies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by as9100d View Post

    Making small parts its not that big of a deal, making bombardier APU brackets that takes a 14" x 7" x 6" piece of 2025 aluminum makes a big deal.
    Another funny that needs quoted, a little Googling makes that come up as a part for a jet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    Another funny that needs quoted, a little Googling makes that come up as a part for a jet.
    F**ks sake.. a piece of six-inch thick shiney-wood a whole fourteen inches long?

    Wonder how many TiG welds it took to get built-up to that size?

    Prolly did it all one go on a sixty-dollar Epson Ink-Jet, yah?


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    Bombi has a divission that markets things that don't end in Doo as well.
    They used to be all one company, but the family sold off the public trans side a while back and stayed in the toy market themselves.

    Bombi trans builds rail line units and small planes - like a "Lear" if you will.

    Not sure which side builds the groomers?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    Bombi has a divission that markets things that don't end in Doo as well.
    They used to be all one company, but the family sold off the public trans side a while back and stayed in the toy market themselves.

    Bombi trans builds rail line units and small planes - like a "Lear" if you will.

    Not sure which side builds the groomers?


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    Whole lot more to it, and lot more than Lear - which they bought, didn't just copy.

    Well-regarded mass-transit rail, regional feeder sized passenger jets, and most of us have ridden one or both of them.

    But then again, they STARTED with buying-up the bones of several older and well respected players - not just Lear:

    Bombardier Aviation - Wikipedia

    So they are "remaindermen" and re-organizers every bit as much as innovators.

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    I don't think that I've ridden any.
    AFAIK the only plane that I have been on is the DC9.
    I recall the first time that I flew on one and found out the model - it was a bit scary, b/c at that time DC10's were [literally] falling out of the sky with a wee bit of regularity.

    Those were all deemed cargo jets soon after that.
    (And they added a gusset or two to the motor mount bracket)


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    This thread is gold. Nice detective work all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    Wow I can't believe Mitty has been gone that long.
    I used to love reading Franks posts.
    What a character.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    I don't think that I've ridden any.
    AFAIK the only plane that I have been on is the DC9.
    I recall the first time that I flew on one and found out the model - it was a bit scary, b/c at that time DC10's were [literally] falling out of the sky with a wee bit of regularity.

    Those were all deemed cargo jets soon after that.
    (And they added a gusset or two to the motor mount bracket)


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    You never rode on this ?

    Henry Ford's other division....

    (3) engines, 19 wicker seats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    I sent him a couple PMs on the machines but he got all bent when I told him he was using the wrong nomenclature referring to a machining center as a CNC Mill, then he took swipes at me in here. I believe the machines do exist but it appears the two Haas shown were not paid for so someone will get ripped off even if he does deliver the machines when repo man finds them. There is a judgment against him for $100k from the company that handles Haas's financing.
    Maybe there was a hard line distinction many years ago but honestly I hardly ever see Bport type CNCs in manufactures of any size. So when someone says "CNC Mill" I picture VMC, unless it's followed by "in my garage"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garwood View Post
    I'd bet the stuff he was doing here like iso advice, the tightening fixture or offering to make parts for cheap was actually him trying to validate to us (and himself) that he was who he represented himself as here.
    I wonder. He had intentions of designing a secondary OP drilling machine for chicken spacers coming off a robodrill. Seems he started to design it then fizzled. Tightening fixture.. fizzled. Beta tested that 4th axis fixture and his first comment was "not worth copying". I think he had some ambition to design a product, but not enough to put in the work and get it finished. Scamming must be easier work.

    It was odd that badly wanted to help Generic Default and Wheelie a while back about selling his shop. I wonder if he was eyeballing bigger scams on here.

    Things that amaze me: it seems a staggering amount of time required to post over and over and it's all (of vast majority) total fraud. What a phenomenal waste of time.. wow. Another thing, if you had to pick a superhero to pretend to be on the internet, who would choose ISO-man?

    I bet that shop he "bought and was selling off the machines" if his shop where he made chicken spacers and Xometry parts.


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