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  1. #16
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    Height.....got it

    Mort

  2. #17
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    Height vs width...been thinking about that and I was only 90 degrees off. I think I could still qualify for a position as a news broadcaster.

    Mort

  3. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackie schmidt View Post
    Al, we machine a lot of non metallic bushings, mainly used as bearings in the rudder trunks and steering pin linkage of push boats.

    http://www.cipcomposites.com/

    https://www.google.com/search?q=mari..._KH8fgTPwTaFM:

    Two in particular, CIP and Dura Blue, are made from a woven material. They produce a lot of dust. We suck up as much as we can with a vacuum system, but it still gets everywhere.

    So yes, most of the men use a air hose to blow the dust off.
    I would ask some pointed questions about what fiber they are using.

    Many are safe, but a few can be a real problem if inhaled.

  4. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by alinwa View Post
    As I'm blowing myself off with the hose...... and every time I remember the stories. I'm sure most everyone who's ever attended a machine shop class has heard about "the guy who" ......blahh blahh blahh



    whether he "blew his manhood up/off/inside out" or "injected air into his blood stream" or "popped his eyeball right out of the socket so's it was dangling on his cheek"


    Soooo, anyone here NOT blow off with the hose?
    I am sorry but my sex life is none of your business. Tim

  5. #20
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    (glad to see ya back tim...miss your "insights")

    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Oltersdorf View Post
    I am sorry but my sex life is none of your business. Tim

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