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Old 11-20-2018, 11:28 AM   #181 (permalink)
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its learning to convert a depth micrometer reading into a decimal number. im in college fam, we learn things everyday bro

that is the info graph i found of what a mircometer. stop worrying about my sources and focus more on what you didnt learn or did learn today.
Looks like a dog dick to me..

Can you find an infograph about red rocket conversions?
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Old 11-20-2018, 11:42 AM   #182 (permalink)
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Learned today this video was shot in Puerto Rico. From the beginning the layout seemed so familiar and then the shot from el morro popped up. Given how bad the actors are in this i think they Puertorican too.
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Old 11-20-2018, 12:28 PM   #183 (permalink)
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Looks like a dog dick to me..

Can you find an infograph about red rocket conversions?
i dont look at dog dicks or know how they are shaped but thats cool bro.
and never heard of a red rocket conversions


today i learned more about micrometers and calipers. thats what we measure stuff with in machining
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Old 11-20-2018, 12:37 PM   #184 (permalink)
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today i learned more about micrometers and calipers. thats what we measure stuff with in machining
Yup. I wasn't a fan of all that when doing mech. design, but it paid the bills. If the ****ing US would just go metric I could eliminate the 25.4 conversion on some of the drawings I get. Dammit. Way too much legacy data out there though. Ad nauseam.
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Old 11-20-2018, 12:43 PM   #185 (permalink)
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Yup. I wasn't a fan of all that when doing mech. design, but it paid the bills. If the ****ing US would just go metric I could eliminate the 25.4 conversion on some of the drawings I get. Dammit. Way too much legacy data out there though. Ad nauseam.
im in a class called "key principles of manufacturing" and the second half of the semester is on quality audit, so we are learning this stuff. i find it actually a bit difficult to read and convert into a decimal but i can do it. just slow for now at least. i get catch up reading the thimble scale. i guess the more i study it and mess around ill convert the numbers faster.

so you'd rather have a metric one? because the professor had one of those today and put it aside said we weren't messing with those.
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im in a class called "key principles of manufacturing" and the second half of the semester is on quality audit, so we are learning this stuff. i find it actually a bit difficult to read and convert into a decimal but i can do it. just slow for now at least. i get catch up reading the thimble scale. i guess the more i study it and mess around ill convert the numbers faster.

so you'd rather have a metric one? because the professor had one of those today and put it aside said we weren't messing with those.
Metric is easier. It's all increments of 10, whereas Imperial is 16th's/12th's and extremely antiquated.

I mostly used micrometers for 'As-Built' drawings, which is where you go measure a part and draw it up using CAD (or on a board if you're still working in the 1970's).
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I mostly used micrometers for 'As-Built' drawings, which is where you go measure a part and draw it up using CAD (or on a board if you're still working in the 1970's).
thats interesting, i have to learn the way im going to be tested on though on the final probably. i messed around with cad in high school and then google sketchup. but this school im at now is going to be teaching me a program called mastercam? sounds fun
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thats interesting, i have to learn the way im going to be tested on though on the final probably. i messed around with cad in high school and then google sketchup. but this school im at now is going to be teaching me a program called mastercam? sounds fun
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