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    DHL pilots were on strike and nothing was moving...

    DHL pilots were on strike and nothing was moving until November 22, when a federal judge ordered them back to work.
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    Hi, all. Just getting back into SMC and reading...

    Hi, all. Just getting back into SMC and reading up on past laser questions. As far as engraving glass is concerned, if you are engraving flat, from front or back, make sure your piece is stable,...
  3. Thread: Andy Hoyt

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    There was something in my mind tonight that kept...

    There was something in my mind tonight that kept telling me to check in here, and what do I find? Andy has passed away. He was so funny and irreverent, yet a true gentleman. Several years ago,...
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    I had to buy a new printer recently, and I was...

    I had to buy a new printer recently, and I was able to compare Kodak and HP side-by-side in the store, on the same photo. The HP was head and shoulders above the Kodak in quality. Yes, the...
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    Sounds like Sarah's sort of place!

    Sounds like Sarah's sort of place!
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    Do you know how TorC got its name? Back in...

    Do you know how TorC got its name?

    Back in 1950, when Ralph Edwards had the television show, he announced that he would air the program from the first town that renamed itself after the show. Hot...
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    Actually, Jim, it's "Lottawatta Road" and it's...

    Actually, Jim, it's "Lottawatta Road" and it's near Lake Eufala - I just drove over the causeway across the lake this past Tuesday.

    Frog Jump, TN
    Zuzax, NM

    California, Maryland
    Hollywood,...
  8. Thread: Game Day

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    go vols!!!!

    go vols!!!!
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    Are you using air assist while running your...

    Are you using air assist while running your acrylic?

    You might think about just putting a box fan pointed at the machine for a temporary solution while you figure out a permanent one. You might...
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    Gentlemen: I know that you don't believe in...

    Gentlemen: I know that you don't believe in using biscuits to join; however, they are a great way to join. If the joint is glued properly and clamped for sufficient time to allow the glue to dry,...
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    Belinda, "a customer notifying me that a...

    Belinda,

    "a customer notifying me that a deadline for completion of a project had been moved up from 08/09/10 to 07/30/10 with delivery prior to 8 a.m."

    I would have told him that my work...
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    Andrew, if you had posted a picture of the pen,...

    Andrew, if you had posted a picture of the pen, including the clip, someone might have been able to identify the kit and tell you where to find refills---because he/she would know who supplied the...
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    John Mark, I'm gonna jump in here and suggest...

    John Mark, I'm gonna jump in here and suggest that you call some of the cabinet shops or custom carpentry shops, call cabinetmakers, call finish carpenters, and find out who they trust to sharpen...
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    Mike, I really like this piece, and it certainly...

    Mike, I really like this piece, and it certainly does "look" Southwest. It is reminiscent of the "horsehair" pottery that has come into vogue in the last few years. In that pottery, the potter...
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    So? Is there a question somewhere in there, Stan?

    So? Is there a question somewhere in there, Stan?
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    I Googled "F.E. Satterlee Co." and came across a...

    I Googled "F.E. Satterlee Co." and came across a post on another forum about old machinery. Here's part of it:

    The Satterlee Company was established in 1897. Sold machine tools, hand tools and...
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    Chuck, the M-series ULS machines don't have that...

    Chuck, the M-series ULS machines don't have that feature. You can run it with the door or top open so it isn't firing but it will give you your run time.
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    "you're telling me what's legal/illegal without...

    "you're telling me what's legal/illegal without you yourself being a lawyer? "

    No, I'm telling you what's legal/illegal, as I am and have been a highly trained and educated paralegal for over 27...
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    Someone else missing, not so much of a turner,...

    Someone else missing, not so much of a turner, but formerly pretty active, is John Miliunas. He hasn't been here since early 2008. Where are you, John?
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    Hurray! Another member from my home state,...

    Hurray! Another member from my home state, although I'm a long way from there now. Hendersonville is a nice break in the travel from Nashville to Gallatin and points east--and where all the "stars"...
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    Dean, in re-reading this post, I have come to the...

    Dean, in re-reading this post, I have come to the conclusion that something else happened rather than your material bursting into flame--unless it WAS a different type of acrylic than what you have...
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    Thanks, Ken, It's good to be back here a little...

    Thanks, Ken, It's good to be back here a little more regularly.

    Yep, David and I are both doing well and enjoying life. He "retired" in March, we took a four-week vacation, including a...
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    We have a 60-gallon in a separate bump-out for the workshop that hubby runs his air tools from, and he ran a line between the two buildings for air for my 40W - it just has a valve to open and close...
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    David, it is easier to attach the mouldings with...

    David, it is easier to attach the mouldings with a nail gun, but it isn't absolutely vital to the process. If you are comfortable with your use of a small hammer, you can use tiny finishing nails to...
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    Dan, unless you are either an attorney or a tax...

    Dan, unless you are either an attorney or a tax specialist working for the state(s), you should be careful about your blanket statements. You don't and can't know what happens in any other state but...
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