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    Jim passed away a few years back. Not entirely...

    Jim passed away a few years back. Not entirely sure of the date, but I did mention him in one of my HSM editorials and could look it up if needed. Pretty sure I heard about it here.
  2. Bump. Was stuck in moderation filter.

    Bump. Was stuck in moderation filter.
  3. It's pretty common for the automated emails to...

    It's pretty common for the automated emails to get stuck in filters along the way. Try looking in a junk or spam filter.

    If you can't find it, I would think an email to their "contact us" address...
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    Hello and welcome to the forum. I've moved...

    Hello and welcome to the forum.

    I've moved this post to the General forum, as it will get more notice here.
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    It's been a month or two since I've made a print...

    It's been a month or two since I've made a print in Fusion, but I always just save the drawing as a PDF to my hard drive and then print from that.

    It's been about a year since I used it, so...
  6. The materials required for the second part of the...

    The materials required for the second part of the tooling plate are:

    1-5/8” x 4” aluminum
    1/4" x 1/4" x 2-1/2” aluminum
    1” x 1-1/4” x 4” aluminum

    Let me know if you have any questions.
  7. We do try to publish a bill of materials at the...

    We do try to publish a bill of materials at the beginning of any project, but in this case Bill did not have the second part completed at the time of publishing. I do have the article in-hand now and...
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    Bumping this back to the top. The last post got...

    Bumping this back to the top. The last post got stuck overnight in the moderation filter.
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    The last issue of MW to mail was the Aug/Sept...

    The last issue of MW to mail was the Aug/Sept issue, which mailed around July 9. The July/August issue of HSM left here around mid-June. The S/O issue is sitting on my desk, but just came out of...
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    Rather than cropping the photos, you can resize...

    Rather than cropping the photos, you can resize them. That way the entire photo remains visible. MS Paint is an easy program to use for resizing.

    To find the URL, go to your album and click on a...
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    Well, I should have phrased it as, "the only one...

    Well, I should have phrased it as, "the only one with a problem that I know of." So, you are saying that you have the exact same problem? That your password has been compromised and used in an...
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    You can include photos from your first post,...

    You can include photos from your first post, though the first few posts with attachments will end up waiting for me to approve. There are two ways to post photos: upload photos directly to an "album"...
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    Yes my comrade, as far as I know you are the only...

    Yes my comrade, as far as I know you are the only one with this problem.

    The suggestion to change your password is a good one and it should be done right away. Be sure to use a password specific...
  14. It's even more impressive when you consider that...

    It's even more impressive when you consider that he made his living programming and running CNCs. Fully capable of doing it the easy way, but also able to do the work on a mill drill and make it look...
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    I used a tow service that had a truck with a boom...

    I used a tow service that had a truck with a boom to unload both my lathe and mill. Only cost $60. Not sure if they are able to do 3000 lbs., though; my lathe and mill are about 1500 each.
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    I use Open Office at home and sometimes at work....

    I use Open Office at home and sometimes at work. I had been using the Apache version but had some issues a while back. It seemed to me that Apache wasn't putting much effort into it.

    It's also...
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    Thanks for doing all the legwork guys. I'll be...

    Thanks for doing all the legwork guys. I'll be showing him the door shortly.
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    That fact can spell doom to a carbide reamer ...

    That fact can spell doom to a carbide reamer they don't follow a hole like a HSS reamer will and any deflection will snap them. Whenever I used a reamer in hardened steel I would plunge an...
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    My wife has the same car and I've been meaning to...

    My wife has the same car and I've been meaning to put cross rails on it as well. Several aftermarket options out there, but all are priced about the same as what Toyota is asking, so I'm just...
  20. And people wonder why more don't post photos of...

    And people wonder why more don't post photos of their work here.
  21. I climbed a lot in my younger days, so I get the...

    I climbed a lot in my younger days, so I get the desire to climb the big one. However, after seeing the photos what I don't get is why anyone would want to climb this way. One of the big drivers for...
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    The plaster takes on the surface finish of the...

    The plaster takes on the surface finish of the foam, so you get the same finish (or close) on the casting. Without the plaster, the surface finish of the casting is a product of the sand, which for...
  23. One thing to consider: The tap needs to feed...

    One thing to consider: The tap needs to feed itself freely through the work. If you are relying on it to pull the spindle down as it feeds into the hole, make sure there isn't excessive drag on the...
  24. Might have a small burr on one corner. Try...

    Might have a small burr on one corner. Try stoning across the corners in both directions with a hard Arkansas stone or similar.
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    At my first job we cut a lot of aluminum and had...

    At my first job we cut a lot of aluminum and had misters on every machine. One of the first things I was taught was to keep the flow so light you couldn't see it. To check for flow, we would hold our...
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