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Old 11-22-2017, 02:31 PM
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Yeah I read that wrong. Lmao.

another recent thermal event picture for my mistake.
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Originally Posted by y8s View Post
washer blades are backwards helix angle?
y8s wins. That LW would work OK for left-handed threads.

The actual parts are correct. Interesting to me that someone would go through the trouble to model a lock washer, but do it wrong.

Guess it was done by an engineer instead of a draftsman.
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I was thinking, getting a 3/8" socket onto those nuts when they are on .500 centers may be a little tight. Should work though.
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Old 11-22-2017, 03:32 PM
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Originally Posted by DNMakinson View Post
y8s wins. That LW would work OK for left-handed threads.

The actual parts are correct. Interesting to me that someone would go through the trouble to model a lock washer, but do it wrong.

Guess it was done by an engineer instead of a draftsman.
y8s looks at **** like this all day long.

But today... I'm faking some cell shading looks on product photos for a double sided setup guide.



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Originally Posted by Art View Post
Drill had some play in the bearing. Only lasted some 20 years what a joke.

Drop in a new set of brushes and slap it back together for another 20.
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Originally Posted by sixshooter View Post
The threads looked to be a weird pitch.

Anybody interested in some high tension power line insulators? My customer is about to end up with a surplus of about 216000 of them.
Sell them to dumb A/V guys as speaker cable risers. (I'm not kidding.)
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Old 11-23-2017, 02:14 PM
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We were talking about shaving preferences here a while back..

Here's mine:



So I got a shave and a haircut this afternoon...
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Two bits?

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Nah,



Canadian government recently fucked me in regards to a few of these. ^^

Bunch of loonie's!!
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Originally Posted by mitymazda View Post
Wow, those antifa demonstrations look violent.

What we need is a force for goodness in this world.
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noob instructions gif
That's pretty good, but I feel like it should be updated to show you how to use Google to search a website...


Pulling up the subfloor in my garage attic so I can install more lighting. I know it would be easier to just drill holes from below and fish wire, but given we own the place it feel like it's good to do it right/better.
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I used my grandfather's tap/die kit to cut some threads on a ⅝" rod yesterday so I could add some HF pneumatic wheel/tires to my generator.

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