Here is a list of all the postings Daniel has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
Yes, it is Neil.
I believe the artist has achieved his objective. Producing such powerful images, where we have to question our own sensibilities.
I still maintain, however, that he maintains the position of a neutral documentalist.
|Thread: My forge rebuild|
|Thread: Work holding?|
Probably, a lot depends on whether the op needs to skim the od of the original bar.
Will the parent bar pass through the spindle bore, etc, etc ?
It's unclear what level of precision is required for this job.
|Thread: My forge rebuild|
Your link doesn't seem to work, Phil.
I interpreted the video as a catalogue,or observation, of human activity.
I didn't feel as if the artist was really trying to suggest any other point.
Maybe it's our own insecurities that make us view those images negatively.
Ducking for cover .....
|Thread: CRT Free!|
Although, he was trying to maximise the effect.
I had imagined putting said crt face down with a tarp or blanket over it.
As you say, Brian, there will still be high velocity glass shards flying around.
Thank's for the link.
At the risk of sounding obtuse, and most certainly not wishing to play Devil's Advocate;
Where is there the slightest risk involved, with an implosion ? However violent it may be ?
|Thread: Motor wiring|
|Thread: Why are insert toolholders so expensive?|
As you say, Neil, the boring bars I was referring to, do have the through coolant option.
As I don't use that, I feel I may have paid over the odds, for what I really need.
As you mentioned, JB's prices are absolutely reasonable.
I recently made a sort of binge order with Jenny, and I'm really happy with what was supplied, for the price. These are my goto tools.
I did splash out with an industry supplier for my boring bars, but I remain unconvinced that, for someone in my situation, the extra expense was justified.
I've recently been looking at Aliexpress (?), and the prices of inserts there do seem worth a try.
Edited for badly placed comma.
Edited By Daniel on 10/09/2019 20:33:13
|Thread: Nouveau membre vaporiste|
Didn't think of that.
Je n'ai pas penser a faire ça.
Bienvenue dans cette forum.
Pouvez vous mettre quelques images de votre projets ?
ça sera interessant pour nous.
Il y a quelques membres qui habite ici en France.
Moi, Je suis pres de Limoges.
|Thread: Bonhams Link|
|Thread: Why does the micrometer have a second knurled segment|
Are you sure you're replying to the right thread ?
I don't think so, David
Chris has had his original question answered succinctly and sensibly.
The later comments are innocent light hearted humour. I found them a lovely start to my day, almost making me laugh out loud. What is so wrong with that ?
The great advantage of a forum, is that if you don't like the direction a particular thread is taking, you can simply read a different thread.
I do sincerely hope that innocent humour and banter is not going to fall victim to censure as well.
Thank's for the laugh this morning guys.
|Thread: Help choosing a Chinese lathe please|
I think you summed it all quite succinctly in your last sentence.
|Thread: Meddings Driltru Handwheel (Star Wheel) Stiff|
Perhaps it's HDPE.
As I've been given to understand, HDPE is less affected by humidity.
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