Choose your friction

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    Choose your friction

    There seem to be a LOT of friction around these parts. Pick which one you ascribe to. (Don't try to take a hybrid or you will be disqualified.)

    1. Coefficient Friction

     

    2. Static Friction

     

    3. Kenetic Friction

     

    4. Angle Friction

     

    I'm in #2, obviously.

     

    Okay, if you HAD to pick one of these, understanding that your actual view might be a combination or somehow not exactly one of the above, what would you choose?

     
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    Re: Choose your friction

    Classic! 

     

    There is nothing I like better than mockery - especially mockery of babe.

     
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    Re: Choose your friction

    Being a drag (I'm a negative nancy, or some such), I like a good coefficient.

    #1 for me.

     
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    Re: Choose your friction

    I was hoping this was going to be about what kind of sandpaper I liked best.

     
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    Re: Choose your friction

    In response to PhatVirgin's comment:
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    In response to TheTinMan's comment:
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    I was hoping this was going to be about what kind of sandpaper I liked best.

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    100 grit, Tin Man?

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    True Grit...

     
  6. You have chosen to ignore posts from TheTinMan. Show TheTinMan's posts

    Re: Choose your friction

    In response to PhatVirgin's comment:
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    In response to TheTinMan's comment:
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    I was hoping this was going to be about what kind of sandpaper I liked best.

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    100 grit, Tin Man?

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    Not on my can.

    I prefer a wet\dry method with extremely fine material.  Avoids scratching the finish.

     
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    Re: Choose your friction

    In response to TheTinMan's comment:
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    In response to PhatVirgin's comment:
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    In response to TheTinMan's comment:
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    I was hoping this was going to be about what kind of sandpaper I liked best.

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    100 grit, Tin Man?

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    Not on my can.

    I prefer a wet\dry method with extremely fine material.  Avoids scratching the finish.

    [/QUOTE]

    So you are talking about a 1200 then?

     
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