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rwm

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I only have red Dykem so I can't tell if I'm bleeding....
Otherwise I would try this!
Robert
 

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Actually a frustrating day, finally changed directions and started making a part over and then, Purple Haze!
A sign from above, I guess LOL
 

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I read this thread thinking it was gong to be a "machinist practical joke" thread. Will try it out some time when my shop isn't at 15 F (forecast is -6 F for tomorrow).

Our Tool Room at work banned die spotting blue a few years ago. Guys were having too much fun putting dabs on other guy's "stuff". Discrete dabs on the Bridgeport cranks, under the pull handles of tool boxes, etc. Just like Brylcreem, a little dab with do ya.

Bruce
 
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It really sucks when someone puts it in the earpiece of your phone. voice of experience
 

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I read this thread thinking it was gong to be a "machinist practical joke" thread. Will try it out some time when my shop isn't at 15 F (forecast is -6 F for tomorrow).

Our Tool Room at work banned die spotting blue a few years ago. Guys were having too much fun putting dabs on other guy's "stuff". Discrete dabs on the Bridgeport cranks, under the pull handles of tool boxes, etc. Just like Brylcreem, a little dab with do ya.

Bruce
Reminds me of this old video. Starts at 0:50, reaction at 1:53.

 
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