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Offline CrazyLarry

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Re: Client wants a round base
« Reply #30 on: September 15, 2015, 02:01 PM »
I was just trying to assess whether @SMJoinery had become Americanised. We say Maths over here, not math  [smile]

It's worse than that, today I noticed that some don't even understand that sheet goods* is the singular there's no such thing as "sheet good"! (Even in amerikans as opposed to the Queen's English!!!)

*the culprit is cutlist bridge - sketchup -> cutlist fx software

Anyway back on topic(ish) @SMJoinery there's some great resources on the web now for solid geometry stuff

Fascinating comparing say http://sbebuilders.blogspot.co.uk/ with http://www.basiccarpentrytechniques.com/A%20Manual%20Of%20Carpentry%20And%20Joinery/3%20A%20Manual%20Of%20Carpentry%20&%20Joinery%20Solid%20Geo..htm

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