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Mar 1
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Re: Blundell still selling SR - who else? Fearns/M.H. Mear of Great Britain still makes special-purpose circular rules : Calculators - heating, lighting, fluid flow http://www.mhmear.com/

polsen51
Feb 28
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Re: Gaps in Relay family I've got a stumper. As previously noted, I purchased a Lutz 151c (Bamboo - probably made by Ricoh) that had a noticeable gap (I'd say around 1mm) I had also

tdewey100
Feb 28
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Re: Blundell still selling SR - who else? Weems & Plath still sells Nautical Slide Rule The Nautical Slide Rule offers a foolproof immediate solution to all commonspeed/time/distance problems and is

James Horne
Feb 28
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Re: Scanner-advice needed .. Those scans are stitched ? Damn, that's nearly impossible to see :) I'm not overly concerned about the looks of the scanner, currently checking out a Canoscan

polsen51
Feb 28
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Re: Scanner-advice needed .. I have an -hp- Scanjet 8250 legal-size (8-1/2" x 14") that I'm running with Windows 7 and have found it to work very well in scanning rules. The only special

Philip Stanley
Feb 28
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Re: Blundell still selling SR - who else? EDZ -- Aristo still makes a circular nav rule -- somewhat expensive $250 or more. Very pretty marion

sliderulenut
Feb 28
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Blundell still selling SR - who else? I don't recall having seen it mentioned but Blundell still sell this navigational SR http://www.blundellharling.com/products.asp?recnumber=311

edzarius
Feb 28
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Re: Scanner-advice needed .. Clark Have you tried VueScan? I used it for a while to keep an old HP scanner running under XP-it had no drivers produced since W98. I now use an Epson 1660 -

Dave Brown
Feb 27
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Re: Scanner-advice needed .. To get decent scans you will need a scanner with decent depth of field. This usually means scanners with CCD elements. Suggest you google "scanner depth of

oakhillj
Feb 27
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Re: Scanner-advice needed .. ... I use an Epson GT-1500, which gives good depth-of-field, but the flat bed isn't legal size. Spec is 8.5" x 11.7". De

Dennis Boone
Feb 27
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Re: Scanner-advice needed .. Scanning is the best way to do it, however be careful in buying used scanners. I have 3 that will not work on Windows 7. There are no Windows 7 drivers for

Clark
Feb 27
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Scanner-advice needed .. My Aristo (0)968 documentation-project has reached the point where I need to scan all the rules +extras - Preferably in one scan for each complete side .. For

polsen51
Feb 27
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Re: Faber-Castell Good points about the potential pitfalls of silicone-based lubricants. They are hard to remove. That is also one of their great benefits. Volatilization and

analogscales
Feb 25
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Re: Faber-Castell Silicone oil is exceptionally difficult to remove, and impossible from plastics for the following reason. The European Space Agency (and probably NASA too)

Craig Sawyers
Feb 24
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