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Posted by Jim Wilkins on February 19, 2012, 3:40 pm

Learning the science to design a new power source and and buying hobby-sized
machine tools to build it yourself is VERY MUCH an option. I have my
[mumble] projects, what's holding YOU back??

This is an excellent size of lathe for an inventor's basement shop, small
enough to manhandle down the stairs and large enough to turn a Diesel truck
piston. I have the equivalent South Bend.

If you'd rather buy a new machine of lower Chinese quality but no (less?)
risk of unpleasant hidden surprises:
http://www.grizzly.com/products/category.aspx?keyF0000 |700000

These store in a desk drawer and take up no more temporary space than a
laptop computer:
They are adequate to make an aluminum or brass proof-of-concept model, but
not powerful enough to cut much steel.


Posted by Curbie on February 19, 2012, 5:00 pm
If you don't want to "dance to the tune of the corporations" whatever
that means to the delusional, DON'T, just put together a device using
all your "magic" tech and save the world, why are sitting on your
hands waiting for a corporation to do it for you.

This isn't that complicted.



Posted by News on February 19, 2012, 11:16 pm
 Curbie wrote:

You must think the corporations are some sort of altruistic organizations.
They were formed to buck the free-market.

People do world saving devices but look who stops them.

It isn't at all.

Posted by Curbie on February 20, 2012, 12:38 am

Then why don't you, instead of sitting on you hands and posting
delusional EXCUSES.

This isn't that complicated, grow up, do something to help, and stop
blaming others for your laziness.


Posted by News on February 20, 2012, 8:14 am

What the hell are you on about?

Increasing stupidity and vested interests, are far more damaging.

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