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Old 31st March 2004, 04:58 PM   #31
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Try to find the part written about how to cut thread in aluminium.
No problem! How about using: thread, aluminum, tap as keywords in the top search box? You get 5 hits when you choose "show as posts." The one from the thread "useful tools & techniques" takes you right to it. About 30 seconds total. You just need to do a little thinking about what words to use in your search criteria.
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No problem! How about using: thread, aluminum, tap as keywords in the top search box? You get 5 hits when you choose "show as posts." The one from the thread "useful tools & techniques" takes you right to it. About 30 seconds total. You just need to do a little thinking about what words to use in your search criteria.

That is certainly a vaild position. However, if that dictum had been rigidly held to, wouldn't the Solid State forum sufficiently cover gainclones too? It appears to me that it did just that until this forum, Chip Amps, was created. I believe this forum is stronger because of this specialization than if it had remained mixed within Solid State exclusively.

That is the reason I opened this topic. I'd like to see the strongest forum possible for construction & finishing techniques to be discussed and new topics opened. You don't get that with searching alone or without cross-posting across multiple forums. I sincerely believe that once this new forum is open, it will attract users from all other forums and they will share their building experiences & open new topcs there. They can be on any audio construction aspect from speakers to amplifiers to stands. That is a tangible benefit to everyone who participates in DIYaudio.

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