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Extractive Metallurgy

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Picked up a book from the Library Store's dumpster tonight, (and Yes I do have permission to go through it.)

"Extractive Metallurgy, Principles and Application" by W.H.Dennis, copyright 1965

Anyone read it?  If not I'll post a review after I am done with it; but it will be a while as I'm sort of in the midst of a slow relocation. Packed 8 boxes of books today...)

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Moving, Thomas? I have not read the book. Looking forward to your review!

Available on ILL, but could not find an abstract online. Not for sale on Amazon.

Good score!

Robert Taylor

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Laid off due to "Business Reasons" so no need to maintain 2 domiciles on unemployment.  Now to shoehorn all my bookcases from down here up at my regular house.

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Yep, currently unemployed myself. I hope you are hanging in there.

Sick of Aerospace/Defense, but we got to eat. The wife has nixed me on living in a water heater box - she just does not appreciate how cozy they can be.:rolleyes:

Edited by Anachronist58

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Hoping things work out soon. 

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On 6/22/2019 at 12:16 PM, Anachronist58 said:

The wife has nixed me on living in a water heater box

Have you considered side by side fridge/freezer box? Those are some nice sized boxes, maybe even room for your doghouse. 

Frosty The Lucky.

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You will know how it turned out when we come to visit - does Robert have fleas?

Sent a resume et al package to New York only to be sent back to San Diego to the prospective employer for a 7:00 a.m. Monday interview. Some Navy project.

Wish us luck!

Robert and Sheila Taylor

 

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Good luck to both of you. If ya need boxes from small to car length, go ask a bodyshop. They also get nice foam and bubblewrap that parts come packaged in. 

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And the scraps are good for a mattress.

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I hope the interview went well Robert. Sorry I'm a little late on the good wishes but I'll still do it.

Frosty The Lucky.

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It was interview number two. We will see...... Being an 'eclectic' conventional machinist, I lack programming skills.

Wait n see.....

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John,

I just ran into the later posts in this thread.

Good luck in your interviews.

SLAG.

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I have not read that one Thomas.........Hope the job situation works the way you wish it to go.

Ric

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