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Old 08-17-2011, 07:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Don't have the equipment to do it with? Need ideas here. Also, let us know what you would like to do at our next meeting. If you would like to do a demo of some sort, let us know. If you would like to see one done, let us know.
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Old 08-17-2011, 08:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Don't have the equipment to do it with?
Turn a six foot bowl!
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Old 08-17-2011, 11:36 PM   #3 (permalink)
 
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Don't have the equipment to do it with?
Turn a six foot bowl!
Great! You bring the blank....we'll turn a tractor on its side
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Old 08-19-2011, 06:04 PM   #4 (permalink)
 
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Old 08-19-2011, 06:25 PM   #5 (permalink)
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You dont have to shout.
I suggested building a nuclear reactor but nooooo, that wasnt what you wanted to hear. Heres a second suggestion lets build a cold fusion reactor, that would be fun(and a first)! Or how about a 28 twist mobius strip, that would be a challange. You probably are thinking something light and fluffly like doing a ca finish or proper use of a pen press.
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And you dont have to turn the tractor on its side, just jack up one wheel and mount it on the rim.

My Father IN Law has a tractor with a Perkins 240 hp 6 cylinder motor in it we could borrow. I understand it can do close to 70mph if you can keep it on the road.
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Mike: You can't reason with a car guy from Florida!! Why, he looked at a pen I posted today on SOYP, and called it "CHROME" Typical "CARGUY" CHROOOOOME!!!! UGA UGA!! It's obvious, it's Rhodium and Black Ti. And then made a comment about a fingerprint on the "chrome". Anyone who understands digital imaging should know that fingerprints happen during the time the processor is sending the information seen by the photoreceptors in the sensor to the storage medium. GGeeeeeeSH !!! :bigg rin: We love ya Chuck!!

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And you dont have to turn the tractor on its side, just jack up one wheel and mount it on the rim.

My Father IN Law has a tractor with a Perkins 240 hp 6 cylinder motor in it we could borrow. I understand it can do close to 70mph if you can keep it on the road.
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You dont have to shout.
I suggested building a nuclear reactor but nooooo, that wasnt what you wanted to hear. Heres a second suggestion lets build a cold fusion reactor, that would be fun(and a first)! Or how about a 28 twist mobius strip, that would be a challange. You probably are thinking something light and fluffly like doing a ca finish or proper use of a pen press.
At this point, I guess it doesn't matter WHAT happens. You bring the stuff and, I'll hand you the tools.

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And you dont have to turn the tractor on its side, just jack up one wheel and mount it on the rim.

My Father IN Law has a tractor with a Perkins 240 hp 6 cylinder motor in it we could borrow. I understand it can do close to 70mph if you can keep it on the road.
Great idea! But, I don't think we'll need the tractor. That's just Mike spouting off again. I would like to see the tractor though. Sounds awesome.

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Mike: You can't reason with a car guy from Florida!! Why, he looked at a pen I posted today on SOYP, and called it "CHROME" Typical "CARGUY" CHROOOOOME!!!! UGA UGA!! It's obvious, it's Rhodium and Black Ti. And then made a comment about a fingerprint on the "chrome". Anyone who understands digital imaging should know that fingerprints happen during the time the processor is sending the information seen by the photoreceptors in the sensor to the storage medium. GGeeeeeeSH !!! :bigg rin: We love ya Chuck!!
Eh, Chrome, Rhodium, Black Ti, Gold, Cadmium......was that a fingerprint? Or not? Plain and, simple....wipe it off BEFORE you push the button. Didn't you learn ANYTHING from your daughter? It's great to be loved. I stand corrected sir!
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And you dont have to turn the tractor on its side, just jack up one wheel and mount it on the rim.

My Father IN Law has a tractor with a Perkins 240 hp 6 cylinder motor in it we could borrow. I understand it can do close to 70mph if you can keep it on the road.
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I'd like to cast my own blanks, but don't have money/equipment for it right now.
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I'd like to cast my own blanks, but don't have money/equipment for it right now.
Thanks for the input Allan. Have you checked out the tutorials in the library? There are a couple there for those of us on a low budget.
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