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    I don't know if anyone has a use for these tables but here they are anyway...Print em out and put them next to lathe and mill.....Only thing is they are metric...




    Precision takes time.

  • #2
    ? I don't see any tables.


    Duh...I had one of the security options in Mozilla Firefox set in such a way that it blocked them.



    [This message has been edited by SGW (edited 03-24-2005).]
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    • #3
      The pictures come up for me..Can anyone else see them?????
      Precision takes time.

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      • #4
        I see them but my brain is not working today I cant convert the mm to in

        Matt in AK
        Matt in AK

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        • #5
          Came up OK for me - thanks for the posting.

          franco

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          • #6
            <font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by SGW:
            ? I don't see any tables.</font>
            Here you go



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            • #7
              OK enuff of that bout tables....I know they are properly called nomographs....
              Precision takes time.

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              • #8
                Hey Ringer - that looks suspiciously like the tables printed in my Tafe learning guide.....

                For those who can't figure mm-in conversions, across the tops of the tables, here's a rough guide...
                3mm = 1/8
                6mm = 1/4
                10mm = 3/8
                12mm = 1/2
                16mm = 5/8
                20mm = 3/4
                25mm = 1
                30mm = 1 1/4
                36mm = 1 3/8
                42mm = 1 5/8
                50mm = 2
                60mm = 2 3/8
                70mm = 2 3/4
                80mm = 3 1/4
                90mm = 3 5/8
                100mm = 4

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                • #9
                  Hmmmmmmmmmm from the Tafe book....Hmmmmm maybe they are...


                  It is an excellent book though...I need another copy mine is getting a bit rough around the edges...
                  Precision takes time.

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                  • #10
                    Yeah, they do get tatty quick - I took mine in to work and photocopied them and then laminated them so they don't get grotty, I actually laminate a fair bit of stuff for the shed - I guess thats one advantage of working in an office....

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