The Resource Library

Topics include, Machine Tools & Tooling, Precision Measuring, Materials and their Properties, Electrical discussions related to machine tools, setups, fixtures and jigs and other general discussion related to amateur machining.

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Re: The Resource Library

Post by BadDog » Thu May 20, 2010 8:47 pm

Big improvement, thanks.
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Re: The Resource Library

Post by Dan_M » Fri May 21, 2010 6:26 pm

Harold - I visited the Resource Library and really appreciate the work you are doing. I find it very useful and easy to use.
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Re: The Resource Library

Post by Harold_V » Sat May 22, 2010 2:52 am

Dan_M wrote:Harold - I visited the Resource Library and really appreciate the work you are doing. I find it very useful and easy to use.
Thanx,
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Thanks, Dan, although I am but a small part of this operation. We have a good bunch of people here, starting with the readers. Great group of people with which I am proud to be associated, to say nothing of my gratitude for Mike and Marty, who have worked hard to insure the board functions as it does.

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Re: The Resource Library

Post by MachineMitch » Wed Sep 22, 2010 1:38 pm

Hey Harold, thanks for posting these resources! Like I mentioned in my previous post, I'm a bit of a beginner to metalworking, so these resources/tips will definitely help me out. If the forum hasn't been blocked off, then I guess it'll be extremely helpful. Huzzah! Are there perhaps tutorial videos in the mix? They helped me to get my start in woodworking when my dad and I were doing it together.

Thanks again, Harold. I'll be sure to check it out right now.:mrgreen:

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Re: The Resource Library

Post by Harold_V » Wed Sep 22, 2010 1:53 pm

MachineMitch wrote:Hey Harold, thanks for posting these resources! Like I mentioned in my previous post, I'm a bit of a beginner to metalworking, so these resources/tips will definitely help me out. If the forum hasn't been blocked off, then I guess it'll be extremely helpful. Huzzah! Are there perhaps tutorial videos in the mix? They helped me to get my start in woodworking when my dad and I were doing it together.

Thanks again, Harold. I'll be sure to check it out right now.:mrgreen:
Mitch,

I'm pleased you're finding some of my posts useful, but, speaking only for those I have composed, there are no videos. I did provide a small number of photos, however.

Welcome to the forum. We're a laid back bunch, here, that try to be helpful.

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Re: The Resource Library

Post by Glenn Brooks » Thu Dec 08, 2016 2:27 pm

So, I can't find the actual 'Resource Forum' anywhere. Only this thread that says it was created somewhere. Does it still exist?

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Re: The Resource Library

Post by GlennW » Thu Dec 08, 2016 3:10 pm

Here's a link to it.

http://www.chaski.org/homemachinist/viewforum.php?f=44

If you look way in the lower left of any page you will see "Board Index". Just click on that and you will see all of the different forums listed there.
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Re: The Resource Library

Post by iboool » Wed Jun 20, 2018 2:51 am

This is really good and easy to find information!

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