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  1. Don't recall anyone mentioning this so far, and...

    Don't recall anyone mentioning this so far, and not exactly fitting with your initial proposition, but.... If you wanted an inlay to show on both sides:

    make the field board at 1-1/2" thick...
  2. Thread: D-Day

    by Malcolm McLeod
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    Interesting book, and some insight to the...

    Interesting book, and some insight to the (historical) Russian approach to war:
    Russia Against Napoleon: The True Story of the Campaigns of War and Peace [​Lieven, Dominic]

    A tough read, but...
  3. https://www.weidmuller.com/en/products/electronics...

    https://www.weidmuller.com/en/products/electronics/circuit_protection/esx10_t_series.jsp
  4. If a pattern for each side is needed, then you...

    If a pattern for each side is needed, then you could follow Mr. Bradley's and Mr. Cooper's process - just don't glue one side: Take the single board 'pattern', cut the (1/4") dado through it,...
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    Reportedly, the following was an exchange between...

    Reportedly, the following was an exchange between Los Angeles ATC and unidentified aircraft.

    Aircraft: "LA Center, this is Aspen 3. Requesting angels 80." (80,000ft above sea level).
    LA Ctr:...
  6. The insulation will be damaged by excessive heat....

    The insulation will be damaged by excessive heat. The heat build up is influenced by numerous factors: #starts/time interval, the starting load, the motor's size, speed, etc..

    Most are...
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    Check with local Fixed Base Operators (FBO) at...

    Check with local Fixed Base Operators (FBO) at your local general aviation terminals and municipal airports. They will still probably* retail 100LL Avgas. It has zero corn content as far as I know. ...
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    You can get resin/fiberglass/plastic 'rocks' -...

    You can get resin/fiberglass/plastic 'rocks' - hollow and suitable for everything from covering hoses to outdoor speakers. Probably only require a hole saw or suitable sized drill... A little duct...
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    Not sure if this has been mentioned (didn't read...

    Not sure if this has been mentioned (didn't read them all), but in addition to weakening them, out west at least, dragging chains is a fairly common cause of grass fires.

    I was always taught to...
  10. Thread: Ugh!

    by Malcolm McLeod
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    If you feel that finding the culprit is worth the...

    If you feel that finding the culprit is worth the required repairs, look for a borescope (example). You can start a systematic search of each stud pocket - either thru the walls, with requisite...
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    I have the 14". I was amazed at how well it...

    I have the 14". I was amazed at how well it handled a major pruning of 10-12" Hackberry limbs. Make sure the blade is sharp. If not - or if cerebral flatulence strikes, and you get trigger happy...
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    If you find one that's interesting on the used...

    If you find one that's interesting on the used shopping sites, but too far afield to risk a wasted trip, perhaps a local Creeker could go inspect it for you ... perhaps even negotiate on your behalf?...
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    In meeting this morning, and just learned that...

    In meeting this morning, and just learned that local Fire Marshall may be able to perform air receiver inspections. Just in case someone is interested.
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    Clearly a higher authority! And I am definitely...

    Clearly a higher authority! And I am definitely behaving so, just ask SWMBO.



    I bet a month's pay this is the onrushing model for nearly all software dependent devices; from cell phones, to...
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    I'd have to devote time I don't have to confirm...

    I'd have to devote time I don't have to confirm this, but I seem to recall that H2 can leak 'through' solid steel. With pressure, molecules are small enough to slip between those of the steel.

    ...
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    If you have natural gas service at home*, there...

    If you have natural gas service at home*, there are appliances (aka "compressors") that allow you to fill the tank. I've never used one but, suspect its like charging EV batteries, since the...
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    I suspect owners of small pressure tanks in a...

    I suspect owners of small pressure tanks in a (home) shop environment don't inspect them for 2, maybe 3 reasons: owner considers it a disposable (I'll replace it when it breaks); owner doesn't know...
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    The particular service (steam, air, etc.) and...

    The particular service (steam, air, etc.) and operating conditions that a pressure vessel is used for can vary wildly, so equally broadly speaking, a vessel should be inspected by a licensed...
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    I have dealt with automation systems for...

    I have dealt with automation systems for everything from bombs and rockets to high pressure n.gas, and Mr. Arnsdorff is dead on here (no pun intended). Relieve any over-pressure to a safe...
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    I call them "swamp coolers", because my...

    I call them "swamp coolers", because my grandparents had one in N. TX back in their day. It was cooler, but when added to the high local summer humidity, it was a bit clammy. A bit. When finances...
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    Tech is simple*. We'll just need your money to...

    Tech is simple*. We'll just need your money to pay for installation. ALL of it. ....Sorry.

    (*- even my toothbrush can do this.)
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    There is a horse?? That part is clearly...

    There is a horse?? That part is clearly ...uhhmmm, well ...unclear.

    Tho' this thread is clearly on the way to it's doom, for the same thinly veiled reason as its predecessors.
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    WHAT?! No tolerance for risk?! Come ON! This...

    WHAT?! No tolerance for risk?! Come ON! This could add 3 to 5 minutes to 1 person's lifespan. Who cares if 20 lives end 3 to 5 yrs prematurely. Stretching the frontiers of DIY science is worth...
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    I was considering PVC for my ducting, and thought...

    I was considering PVC for my ducting, and thought of using aluminum foil tape as a charge drain. Just run a strip down the outside of the pipe; ground one end. No idea if or how effective it might...
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    I’d think this is the critical issue. I’m not...

    I’d think this is the critical issue. I’m not aware of a way to remove it, and presumably it never dries. So that leaves putting something compatible on top of it — best I can think of is a mix of...
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