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Old 15-08-2005, 01:29 PM   #1
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Look at 'er then!!

3mm polished S/S Logo
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Old 15-08-2005, 02:22 PM   #2
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Thats not correct!

the '2' shoild have a more rounded top, the lettering should have 1.176% more slant. I'm shocked by your incompetance Fuller!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

And 'bling' is just for posers eh?

OR, are you gonna let us know what its for?
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OR, are you gonna let us know what its for?
It's for the toilet door!
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Old 15-08-2005, 10:12 PM   #5
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3mm polished S/S Logo
Well I think they are very good.
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Old 15-08-2005, 10:37 PM   #6
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mmmmm shiney!!
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Old 15-08-2005, 10:57 PM   #7
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Thats not correct!

the '2' shoild have a more rounded top, the lettering should have 1.176% more slant.
Well you sent the fkkn file! not me
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Jon, who made the logo for you ? we could have waterjet cut and polished it for a very reasonable cost- you could even have finished it yourself !!
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Jon, who made the logo for you ? we could have waterjet cut and polished it for a very reasonable cost- you could even have finished it yourself !!
Ah waterjet! You could be the man I need to talk to - could you email me? sales@bananasharkracing.com? Thanks,

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Whilst we're on the subject of waterjet cutting and dans laser jobbie:

The loudest noise ever produced by man is 210 decibels by NASA in 1965 from a test bed with 48 foot thick Steel and Concrete walls and 60 foot deep foundations. The audible range was calculated at 100miles. It was so loud holes could bore holes in solid materials and I'm not talking about cheese.
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It was so loud holes could bore holes
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Jon, who made the logo for you ? we could have waterjet cut and polished it for a very reasonable cost- you could even have finished it yourself !!
Without sounding rude and still very drunk fro a great weekend in happy torquay WATERJET cut is SHI*TE and very very exspensive!Also the edges are well crap (IMO) to and it is very slow. Still each to there own.
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Ah waterjet! You could be the man I need to talk to - could you email me? sales@bananasharkracing.com? Thanks,

Cookee my old boy,
I have very good contacts in waterjet cuting why didint you tell me that what you need!!
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Whilst we're on the subject of waterjet cutting and dans laser jobbie:

The loudest noise ever produced by man is 210 decibels by NASA in 1965 from a test bed with 48 foot thick Steel and Concrete walls and 60 foot deep foundations. The audible range was calculated at 100miles. It was so loud holes could bore holes in solid materials and I'm not talking about cheese.

What I meant to say was 'It was so loud holes could be bored in solid materials.'

Not sure how I managed to feck that up so badly.
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Without sounding rude and still very drunk fro a great weekend in happy torquay WATERJET cut is SHI*TE and very very exspensive!Also the edges are well crap (IMO) to and it is very slow. Still each to there own.

DAN I would like to see you cut through 200mm of 316 with a laser ! As for crap edges check this out : a bike 50mm across cut from 3mm glass- like to see a laser do that as well !
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Yeh, that is very good. Horses for courses I guess, and you are quite right we couldnt cut through 200mm st st. Having said that I generally find that cutting with nitrogen does give you cleaner edges on stainless. Again, horses for courses.

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Dan - It's the engine bracket I showed you on the leisure boat - 1/2" thick ally angle ........
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