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PCassidy




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Keywords: Four
Camera: D810
Lens and Filters: 105mm f:2.8 micro nikkor
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INOV8TN


Location: Clemmons NC US
Posts: 13
Fri 24-July-2020 02:57

I'm a sometimes machinist and it took me a minute to recognize this so often used tool. Well Done! Very original!
BChrisRad

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Location: Hinsdale IL US
Posts: 7,163
Sun 16-August-2020 09:38

Congratulations on Editor's Choice, Paul. I like the detail in the metal with the hint of color on the bottom.
NDGraham


Location: Dorval (Montreal) QC CA
Posts: 692
Sun 16-August-2020 10:45 Rating: 10 

What a creative composition of a drill bit with a heat point! I've ruined some bits by overheating but this is artistry of the same phenomenon. Really well done.
elcee

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Location: Albuquerque NM US
Posts: 17,327
Sun 16-August-2020 06:17

Industrial Abstract, nice niche. Congrats, Paul.
redent


Location: Allen TX US
Posts: 86
Fri 28-August-2020 03:19 Rating: 10 

Great job, would you opin. if the brillant red was from heating the bit's flute or merely a lighting reflection from below. If "top secret," all good also.
PCassidy


Location: Gainesville FL US
Posts: 436
Mon 31-August-2020 08:11

It was a light from an optical mouse laser. I just lucked out that the mouse was laying on its side and happen to point towards my project.


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PCassidy


Location: Gainesville FL US
Posts: 436
Mon 31-August-2020 08:12

Thank You everyone