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Offline Mechatrommer

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Re: Welding - Stick, TIG and MIG
« Reply #50 on: July 20, 2023, 05:53:50 am »
You think without police, the world will be in harmony based on the idea that human can think of whats right and wrong (without the need of enforcement nor law) ... make your own country with that socio-system and tell us the outcome within 5-50yrs. Every country in reality got polices since the idea is totally fucked up... that idea only applied in fantasy land..
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Re: Welding - Stick, TIG and MIG
« Reply #51 on: July 20, 2023, 06:00:19 am »
the thread/forum is dead, I posted technical engineering details in every post, and you show up complaining that someone is basically leaving papers on an abandoned island with 5 / posts a week if that.

and its gonna stay dead because no one is going to be buying expensive tools and materials during a recession.
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Re: Welding - Stick, TIG and MIG
« Reply #52 on: July 20, 2023, 06:08:33 am »
No its not. Its ever evolving probably with cheaper options in the future and novel techniques, proven one that everybody like to follow, not exhaustive try and error reporting log from someone who just got to play with his stick.. ;) And its not a complain, its a reminder.. if you think you can gain ownership of a land or property just because they seemingly abandoned, you are wrong.
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Re: Welding - Stick, TIG and MIG
« Reply #53 on: July 20, 2023, 09:20:48 am »
and its gonna stay dead because no one is going to be buying expensive tools and materials during a recession.

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Re: Welding - Stick, TIG and MIG
« Reply #54 on: July 20, 2023, 09:45:39 am »
the thread/forum is dead, I posted technical engineering details in every post, and you show up complaining that someone is basically leaving papers on an abandoned island with 5 / posts a week if that.

and its gonna stay dead because no one is going to be buying expensive tools and materials during a recession.

As I started this thread more or less as a 'resource' list one I fully expected it to be fairly static and like other similar ones throughout the forum just get updated in the first couple of posts as needed.

If you have a project then it is much better to start a thread rather than get it lost in here overt time as it will search better. Some of the WORST threads to find content here are the ongoing rambles making the content largely useless to even attempt to search through later.

Either way your choice to put content here to be lost or start a thread having the first posts pop back up in the list is a good thing but that is a poor reason to post content for contents sake.
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Re: Welding - Stick, TIG and MIG
« Reply #55 on: July 20, 2023, 02:52:53 pm »
the thread/forum is dead, I posted technical engineering details in every post...
your reply #25 for example could be usefull, but dont derail too much... know what is necessary what is not. if its proven, then we welcome you post, if its in try and error stage, imho it deserves its own place for discussion. i didnt say your every posts are useless... cheers.
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