Snarking at the speed of sludge...

Discussion in 'Becker Knife & Tool' started by DunkEm, Oct 15, 2014.

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  1. DunkEm

    DunkEm

    Dec 9, 2013
    501.

    Over the halfway point.

    We're flying now.
     
  2. 1066vik

    1066vik Gold Member Gold Member

    Nov 28, 2009
    button fly?
     
  3. granitestateofmind

    granitestateofmind

    Apr 20, 2013
    I'm not so sure I want to be fly-ing, after all those pics.
     
  4. DunkEm

    DunkEm

    Dec 9, 2013
    I got nothing. I'm too tired for serious snark. Just glad to be home.
     
  5. GSO1962

    GSO1962

    Nov 16, 2013
    I got nothin' as well. Been a week of 10 hour days, with 10 or 11 more to go before a day off... I'm getting too old for this stuff.

    Good night all.
     
  6. zzyzzogeton

    zzyzzogeton

    Feb 17, 2013
    A very low carbon mild steel, similar to the junk strap iron "steel" found on the hardware aisles of those fine establishments, like Gnome Station and Frowe's.
     
  7. worldwood

    worldwood

    Sep 30, 2012
    nice work TBL

    Nice work Granite too.... But your shop is too organized.

    Tomorrow is Friday. It is, it is.
     
  8. tanglediver

    tanglediver Gold Member Gold Member

    Sep 2, 2013
    A36 = mild steel, structural steel.

    As with most steels, A36 has a density of 7,800 kg/m3 (0.28 lb/cu in). Young's modulus for A36 steel is 200 GPa (29,000,000 psi).[2] A36 steel has a Poisson's ratio of 0.32, and a shear modulus of 75 GPa (10,900,000 psi).

    A36 steel in plates, bars, and shapes with a thickness of less than 8 in (203 mm) has a minimum yield strength of 36,000 psi (250 MPa) and ultimate tensile strength of 58,000–80,000 psi (400–550 MPa). Plates thicker than 8 in have a 32,000 psi (220 MPa) yield strength and the same ultimate tensile strength.[1] The Electrical Resistance of A36 is 0.0000153 ohm/cm. A36 bars and shapes maintain their ultimate strength up to 650°F. Afterward, the minimum strength drops off from 58,000 psi: 54,000 psi at 700°F; 45,000 psi at 750°F; 37,000 psi at 800°F.

    Yea.
     
  9. DunkEm

    DunkEm

    Dec 9, 2013
    Depends on how you mean it. I certainly get burned out on stress and over scheduling.
     
  10. DJG097

    DJG097

    Apr 19, 2009
    In on 26:eek:
     
  11. worldwood

    worldwood

    Sep 30, 2012
    There was a time in my life that i stayed "burned out"... But i blame strong indica strains more than "life"

    :D
     
  12. NathanJ

    NathanJ

    799
    Jun 28, 2013
    Don't you love checking the snark thread only to come across a large photo of flies gettin' busy....
     
  13. Bladite

    Bladite ǝɹnsıǝן ɟo uɐɯǝןʇuǝb Moderator

    Feb 28, 2003
    effing brilliant.

    i'd like to see a close up picture, but i think i have the idea...

    a simple leather thong cutter might do it as well, but PET[E] tears pretty well
     
  14. dynamicmoves

    dynamicmoves

    Jan 6, 2011
    Knob creek rye is fantastic.

    Also, you guys and your mirror blades, I'm jealous. Nice!
     
  15. Chameleonbear

    Chameleonbear

    Aug 14, 2008
    Usually do. Not that there is anything I can really do about it but yeah I know the feeling. There are a couple of times it's worse than others, but yeah I get it. Last time I got that bad off I ended up buying a new suit, a bespoke suit from Seville Row... I don't recommend going that route.
     
  16. Jonny1280

    Jonny1280 Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 5, 2012
    It's the unexpected brilliant moments such as these that keep me coming back. :D
     
  17. cbwoods67

    cbwoods67 Platinum Member Platinum Member

    Oct 12, 2010
    Damn straight.

    I love this place.:D
     
  18. Murphnuge

    Murphnuge Moderator Moderator

    Feb 27, 2010
    Well, I was waiting on the dykem to dry and not cutting anything just yet. Next time I'll just cut it up using my best judgement. :D
     
  19. james terrio

    james terrio Sharpest Knife in the Light Socket

    Apr 15, 2010
    My darling wife is an experienced, inveterate and unrepentant smart-ass when it comes to replacing buttons... I am currently wearing BDU pants with a decidedly-not-original button holding my junk in check.

    *shrug*

    The future belongs to those mad few who grab it by the ears and press onward. I can't wait to see what you come up with ;)
     
  20. NathanJ

    NathanJ

    799
    Jun 28, 2013
    Yup, I've missed this craziness!
     
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