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07-10-2021 19:49
James___
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HarveyH55 wrote:


If I remember correctly, it's a vacation property... There is an assumption of 'roughing it', with a cabin in the woods. His neighbors crap in a hole they dig... If modern comforts were the goal of the project, he would have run water and electrical. It's a crap-shack, not a jack-shack, maybe you forgot, since you crap in a sack...



And it seems that he is a business owner as well or did you miss that part? As such, it is possible that investors and scientists as well as friends might enjoy spending sometime with him.
And his vacation retreat might give him the opportunity to talk with them in a more relaxed, pressure free environment.
I'll give you an example. There are people I would like to work with. I don't have Xadoman's resources so I have to be more diplomatic. With Xadoman's product, myself I can see uses for it beyond what he has stated. But then I've only worked with and have repaired both steam turbines and steam powered generators.
With his invention, there might actually be a market for it if it can be understood how it can keep a business from shutting down both a turbine and generator. I have both schooling, work experience and operational experience in those 2 things.
And we know I mentioned 3 things, right? What matters? Presentation does. This is why I should have said;
I have education, operational, maintenance and repair experience in an industrial environment. Notice how by changing my presentation it allows me to demonstrate more of what is possible?

p.s., Harvey, if I am successful, I might be able to help promote his product. What he will not believe is that it would cost him nothing. I have my own projects that I am pursuing. With his invention, I would need to test it myself to see what it truly can do. And yes Harvey, I have rebushed bearings that have a 36 inch/91.44 cm diameter. This means melting the babbitt, cleaning the surface of the housing, tinning the housing then pouring new babbitt before boring it.
Tin can bond to both cast iron and babbitt. Kind of like nickel can bond to a housing/structure as well as platinum-alumnide. Platinum-alumnide is used for jet engines. They dissipate the heat generated. If not for that then gas turbine engines would melt their impellers.
And Harvey, as you're not aware of these things, these guys don't know it either so don't feel bad about it. They're learning from your questions and challenges.
Edited on 07-10-2021 20:16
07-10-2021 20:40
James___
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And Harvey, with Xadoman's invention, I would see it as a distraction. It simply has nothing to do with what I am pursuing. It is his invention and is his problem. The science that I am pursuing simply has nothing to do with rebushing a bearing. His work is about that.
2 projects that my father worked on for the Boeing Airplane Company. Images will be shown in 2 posts.
Edited on 07-10-2021 20:47
07-10-2021 20:41
James___
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Picture 1.
Attached image:


Edited on 07-10-2021 20:46
07-10-2021 20:48
James___
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And then there is this; image 2 isn't working. With image 1, my father worked with the modelling of the 747. After that came his being a lead machinist for the
PHM - 1. All experimental type счїт (shїt) and we know how that went, right?
Norwegian is different than countries who use a Cyrillic based alphabet. Just bsaic understanding, right?
Edited on 07-10-2021 20:59
07-10-2021 23:34
Xadoman
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And it seems that he is a business owner as well or did you miss that part? As such, it is possible that investors and scientists as well as friends might enjoy spending sometime with him.


I am a wage slave( around 1300 dollars per month). I invested and keep investing into crypto in order to escape the wage slaving hell on earth.

I don't have Xadoman's resources


1300 dollars per month with wage slaving. It is hell on earth.
Edited on 07-10-2021 23:37
08-10-2021 00:24
James___
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Xadoman wrote:
And it seems that he is a business owner as well or did you miss that part? As such, it is possible that investors and scientists as well as friends might enjoy spending sometime with him.


I am a wage slave( around 1300 dollars per month). I invested and keep investing into crypto in order to escape the wage slaving hell on earth.

I don't have Xadoman's resources


1300 dollars per month with wage slaving. It is hell on earth.




I live in the US. My income is about $1,300 a month ($1,440.00). Kind of why the US is rich.
By American standards I am near the poverty level. As for you, I am not sure what your invention is worth.
The video you showed has a limited use which limits its market. If you want me to be serious, why save the bearings you showed? China can replace them at a lower cost. So with me, I do understand market capitalization.
Your invention needs to undersell China. You have a product. But what is its market? In an industrial environment, how would you compare costs versus a cheap replacement?
Can you do the math? Or do you understand your market? Those 2 things will either drive the demand for your invention or it will be something meaningless.
As you know, my father was very involved with what engineering allows for. I am not him. I simply have other interests. A better bearing simply isn't one of them but is what will make your invention profitable.
Edited on 08-10-2021 00:25
08-10-2021 00:34
James___
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And she lives in Finland but is from St. Petersburg, Russia.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGOh5gNIeaw&list=RDEGOh5gNIeaw&start_radio=1

@Xadoman, things get lost in translation. And with emotion, music can't convey that in a different emotion. This is where native speakers are needed to translate any language. An example is that I do not speak Spanish. I would need a native Spanish speaker to translate for me. And at the same time they would need to know what I mean.
After this, we're back to how we consider things and how we feel about them. And after this, we have math and engineering. That is something different.
Edited on 08-10-2021 00:44
08-10-2021 01:54
James___
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@xado, if your invention is correct, have you ever replaced or rebushed bearings? If not, I have.
08-10-2021 07:22
Xadoman
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James , I do not have an invention. If you talk about the product called Xado, then I am just a fan of this product. I squeeze it into the engine oil , gearbox oil, powersteering oil etc to minimize friction. I treated my chainsaw and mowlaner.
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