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Thread: Congratulations to This Old Tony

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    The plan is to send each subscriber $100,000 as a commemoration gift.

    I'm sure everyone will cherish it & hold onto it for a long time.

    My ATM limit is something like $240 a day so I'm still working on subscriber #1. Your patience is greatly appreciated!

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    Thanks to Tonys latest video I realized that its easier to use tapered mill to cut the insert pockets than twist the milling machine to imaginary angles.
    Spent some time thinking how to grind it after realising that 15-degree pcb engraving tool is very close what I need. 15-degrees is close enough resulting in 7.5 degree pocket, pretty close to 7 degree inserts.

    10pcs 15-degree carbide engravers for 3 dollars from ebay it is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony View Post
    The plan is to send each subscriber $100,000 as a commemoration gift.
    Outstanding! Only 1,139,943 years to go...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony View Post
    The plan is to send each subscriber $100,000 as a commemoration gift.

    I'm sure everyone will cherish it & hold onto it for a long time.

    My ATM limit is something like $240 a day so I'm still working on subscriber #1. Your patience is greatly appreciated!
    how about you quit screwing around here and make some more videos.
    (thats my way of saying good job)

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    Okay, I'm not as familiar with these cartoon characters as most of you seem to be. I got Adam Booth, John Saunders and Stefan Gottswinter but who are the rest? Is Tom Lipton the one with a pencil on his ear? The rest I'm clueless.

    Ron

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    NYC CNC guy, Keith Rucker, Basement shop guy?, Adam B, Stefan G and a unnamed actor from Star Trek, the one that gets killed in every episode.
    The shortest distance between two points is a circle of infinite diameter.

    Bluewater Model Engineering Society at https://sites.google.com/site/bluewatermes/

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    They are:
    Adam Booth, Abom79
    Tom Lipton, Oxtoolco
    Chuck Bommarito, Outside Screwball
    Brad Jacobs, BasementShopGuy (Maple Lane Machine & Tool)
    John Saunders, NYC CNC (Saunders Machine works)
    Stefan Gotteswinter

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    Quote Originally Posted by loose nut View Post
    ...and a unnamed actor from Star Trek, the one that gets killed in every episode.
    ha! i read that 20 minutes ago and i'm still laughing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony View Post
    well..... shucks.

    thanks!

    ps.. this is the video in which I turn D3 into minced pie with my torch.
    give a man a hammer...
    Well, I'm a fan and a subscriber, too. I just love how you managed to take those nice shavings from the D3 with a hand-held block plane!

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    Hey Tony! Congrats!

    New member here and wanted to make this my first post. I watch all the regulars on YT, and some not so much. Yours are by far the most entertaining and informative.
    Keep up the good work!

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