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Old 05-20-2010, 04:22 PM   #21 (permalink)
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nah it wasnt sharp at all, it was a grinding wheel. i used that to out line... eh, the line, and went over it with a skill saw. just didnt take pictures.
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^ lol. then i guess it would be better to do this on a hot day, not a cold one.
I'd almost think the opposite, a cold day would make for smaller targets
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^ i was thinking that same lol.
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nah it wasnt sharp at all, it was a grinding wheel. i used that to out line... eh, the line, and went over it with a skill saw. just didnt take pictures.
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I'd almost think the opposite, a cold day would make for smaller targets
oh cuz i was thinkin that on a hot day, the targets would be farther away from you so damage would seem less likely
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Unless they somehow magically detach and move away from you, I don't see how the 'targets' would be farther away on a hot day lol
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on a cold day you can wear those padded ski pants for protection.
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not detach lol. surely you have noticed that the twins tend to want to swing a bit farther away on hot days.

if im having a hard time trying to cut through the panel while it's on my lap and i apply more pressure, when i finally cut through and the momentum pushes me down, i would rather it be a hot day so as to keep the targets as far away as possible, not on a cold day when they want to stay close.

anyway this is the logic behind my reasoning .
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if you have any experience cutting metal you shouldnt be surprised when you are about to break through the other side of the metal... that why i was doing it on my lap, i have a lot of experience working with metal... so i wasjnt worried about getting cut

professionals at life dont get cut nawwww meeeeaaannn...


anyway, getting this thread back on track, i dont know if i should mount the 4 fans i got as intake or exhaust fans? any thoughts
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The best setup is usuall a big fan on the front as an intake, then two on the back as exhausts and one on the side as an intake.
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if you have any experience cutting metal you shouldnt be surprised when you are about to break through the other side of the metal... that why i was doing it on my lap, i have a lot of experience working with metal... so i wasjnt worried about getting cut

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anyway, getting this thread back on track, i dont know if i should mount the 4 fans i got as intake or exhaust fans? any thoughts
Lol, what? Off track?

I'd have to disagree though a bit on your next point, injury statistics point to two peaks in injury rates, new workers who are obviously inexperienced and a second spike later down the road in highly experienced workers who it would seem to get a bit complacent in their work and start taking things for granted. Just a tid bit of useless info to think on.
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