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Old 01-19-2014, 10:34 AM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Wow, Wayne. Absolutely fabulous work on this.

BTW, do you have this in Excel format so it can be sorted to find out which kits share drill bit/bushing sizes?
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Good addition -- I appreciate the effort.

I find I most often am sifting through the 2010 version based on a variation of tube diameter - often looking for length or pen diameter, but within a group of pens with similar diameter pieces of brass.

Hope you are doing this with a data base of some sort!!!
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Really, really nice!!
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Old 01-19-2014, 05:47 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Wayne,

Your older PDF has been invaluable to me. What I am doing most of the time, is trying to find out what pen kits are compatible. So I really enjoyed the fact you essentially had done a sort by tube size.

What native format do you work with? If the source was a spreadsheet, you could provide several different PDFs based on the same source, different ordering. Just a thought.

Thanks for your time, Carl
Carl,

I'm using Excel at this time. I could sort by other fields if there is enough call for this.

Also I'm working on getting all the suppliers that I have identified into a database that would be available from this site.

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Wayne,

How would you feel about releasing the .XLS instead of the PDF? My guess is not too many people have spreadsheet skills. And I personally would be worried about folks botching up your data and publishing it.

Heck, a few weeks ago I was going to add a few more rows. But I do not have anything to edit or export PDFS. I do have extensive excel experience.

Thanks again. Carl
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Old 01-20-2014, 12:28 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Default Woodcraft Bushings and Tubes Updates

Continuing to release Updates for "Bushing and Tube" dimensions of Kit Suppliers.

The second one to be released as an individual chart is for Woodcraft.

More coming...
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Old 01-20-2014, 08:52 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Default More Bushings and Tubes Link above

No Comments yet on the Woodcraft chart linked above.

Everyone must be getting used to the new format.
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Old 01-24-2014, 12:32 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Still looking for any comments that you feel may make this more helpful.

CSUSA and Lee Valley charts coming soon.
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Still looking for any comments that you feel may make this more helpful. CSUSA and Lee Valley charts coming soon.
Thanks for all your work.

Does anybody buy kits from lee valley ? ;-)
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BTW, these will end up in the library. I'm just teasing all of you one by one.

It seems everyone would like a combined version of all suppliers. That would be similar to my original Chart from 2010. If I do this I could make various sorted versions.

What are your preferred variations of sorting?
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