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Re: Nylon gear for Nikon Model S

Hi Smith, A few months ago I brought up the same subject of 3D printing a plastic gear for my Nikon S, and posted my pictures on that mechanism. But all
Ricardo Tsukamoto
6:11 PM
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86522

Re: Image of Surprised Young Woman at Microscope

On the other hand, *creating* videogames employs lots of computer science geeks and digital artist types. I spent 8.5 years working for a now-defunct game
dmmartindale
5:50 PM
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86521

Re: Image of Surprised Young Woman at Microscope

Wide range of resolutions? Not really. In fact, the highest resolution image in that group is only 729 x 360, just 250K pixels. It would be nice to have access
Larry McDavid
5:38 PM
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86520

Re: Image of Surprised Young Woman at Microscope

That is a very interestin' observation - if you look at employment in highly skilled industries, such as optics, the number of female employees was always
merv.hobden@...
4:25 PM
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86519

Re: Fluorescent-Studies; Using a Cheap 532nm Laser

Hi Rich, Please allow a comment with a differing view. "...tremendously decreases the cost of doing very high-end immunology lab tests by substituting a
Ricardo Tsukamoto
3:24 PM
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86518

Re: Image of Surprised Young Woman at Microscope

Your theory has merit. On the other hand (IMNSHO), the video games in question lack merit. Still, there is an increasing demand for well-motivated
Alysson deMerel
3:16 PM
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86517

Re: Image of Surprised Young Woman at Microscope

Thanks, Dave! I use image search a lot, but I never used that little camera icon. When I searched as you suggested, Google's suggested phrase was "new
timzebo
3:11 PM
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86516

Re: Image down the tube

Thank you all for the kind suggestions. The adjustment seems to have worked. These small screws are difficult to work with. I never know how much force to
optotinker
3:10 PM
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86515

Re: Image of Surprised Young Woman at Microscope

Thanks, Merv. For a while I did blacksmithing (medieval weapons and iron costume paraphanalia) for a living. I can also do my own vehicle repairs (though I
Alysson deMerel
3:10 PM
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86513

Re: Image of Surprised Young Woman at Microscope

Interesting that your observations on college-level Biology today match mine of the late 1970's. I might add that I was one of the Physics/Chemistry mob but
Alysson deMerel
12:55 PM
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86512

Re: Image of Surprised Young Woman at Microscope

I think this genre bias thing may have flipped. My daughter is in high school and is looking at universities (in California) and reading on-line statistics.
Chris Albertson
12:47 PM
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86511

Re: Image down the tube

Hi Paul, I see from your latest posting it is pretty well fixed! I had a similar experience with a Vickers flip top condenser some years back - until common
merv.hobden@...
11:46 AM
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86510

Re: Image of Surprised Young Woman at Microscope

Hi Ally, Soap box is fine and sadly still true. In the industry I worked in, semiconductors, we had some excellent female engineers and the majority of the
merv.hobden@...
11:34 AM
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86509

Re: Image down the tube

I don't see a locking mechanism on the condenser. It rotates on the base until the lever for the aperture his the stage stop. I did some adjustments on the
optotinker
9:11 AM
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86508

Re: Image of Surprised Young Woman at Microscope

I teach science at the high school level. I don't think I see much difference between boys and girls in biology. But I do see an interesting divide between
Chris Albertson
Apr 25
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