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Discussion in 'How to Control an Airbrush' started by AndreZA, Jul 13, 2016.
That's what I lie about you @AndreZA - always understated...
Why didn't you show us this sooner. Its all as clear as mud now !
Oh of course...now it all makes sense
Whats air pressure?
Something women contain all month and then let it all out at once via their mouth !
That does explain my insane wifes behaviour tonight
The angles on the triangle are all wrong, following this example would almost certainly result in tip dry and clogging, I'll re-write the calculation later when I can find my chalk, in the meantime please add the constant "42"
No he forgot to add the biggest problem to the equation and thats......wait for it.......human error
That's why the triangle is important, or perhaps it should be a circle, or even vicious circle
On I wasn't sure about the position of the circle/triangle thingy
Thingy? try to keep it simple, some of us don't understand all that technical jargon
Is the viscous circle the ever decreasing one with spikes...? Or is it the one that spiders...
When you seriously start reading up on viscosity it eventualy actualy starts to look like that (as in we get to a point where the are talking goebeliewoebelie )
Oh yes... viscosity did my head in doing engineering even though I had a good handle of how it operated in the real world.
You lost me at goebeliewoebelie??????????????????????????????
goebeliewoebelie... google translate... gobbledygook....
I don't get it, there is only just so hard you can blow through a braided hose....
I think he forgot to carry the 3 over, and didn't take into account the flange vortex effect when vibrating off the spline gimble, which, as we know all to well, affects your core crank generating capacity, when your gudgeon pin bolt resistor has gone into flux. *rolls eyes* What an idiot, that's just embarrassing.