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Description:Muppethouse Tuesday, December 29, 2015 test Posted by Ryan Shea at 1:59 PM 0 comments Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Wednesday, March 6, 2013 DIY Low Deflection is ranked 25408406 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $2,503. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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Muppethouse Tuesday, December 29, 2015 test Posted by Ryan Shea at 1:59 PM 0 comments Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Wednesday, March 6, 2013 DIY Low Deflection Cue Shaft Ghetto Low Deflection Shafts We are settled into the new house and I've ended up spending more time than I expected these last few weeks learning how to play pool again. I have a lot less free time these days than I did a dozen years ago, so now I feel like I need to be more effective in my pool practice. In college I could practice for hours on end, but it is time to get more focused. I wanted to start with a low-deflection cue, but without the high cost - especially given that I'd like a low-deflection shaft for breaking, shooting, and one for keeping at work (we have a 9' Olhausen in the office). Years ago I shot with a Predator 314 shaft, so I was curious if I could get similar low-deflection characteristics by lowering end-mass, just drilling out the first 6" of my shaft. There is a lot of shaft marketing, but after a bit of reading it seemed like far and away the most significant factor is end-mass. I did not find anything online about how to do this, so just thought I'd give it a shot. We have a set of abused two-piece generic Chinese cues in the office, so that is where I started my experiment. I don't have a cue lathe, and getting one would be more expensive than just buying myself some shafts. I don't have a stand-up drill press, and I think even with a drill press making sure to drill exactly straight is difficult. Here is the ghetto rig I came up with to solve my problem. I bought a set of extra long brad point drill bits on Amazon and a bit of 1/2" copper pipe. The copper pipe is just a bit larger than 13mm, giving me room to put some tape around the shaft. I attached this to a mitre box, attached the box to the edge of my work bench along with my drill. My work bench has a nice bit of angle-iron as coping, which is about as straight as I could hope. I spent a bit of time shimming up underneath the back of the drill and beneath the mitre box, but ended up with something pretty darn close to straight. I used the mitre box saw to chop off the top of the ferrule, reducing its size and tried drilling out a shaft. Unsurprisingly the first shaft was not perfect. You can see that the hole I drilled was less than the shaft doweling that went into the ferrule - more on that in a minute. After slowly drilling out about 5 1/2" from this shaft I used spray foam insulation to fill the void, hoping to prevent the cue from feeling too hollow. From there I shaved off the end with a razor, sanded it down with a Tweeten cue sander and glued on a LePro tip. I bought a long 5/16 18 bolt from Home Depot to mount in my drill so I could spin the shaft to finish the tip and sand down the diameter of the cue to ~12mm and give this garbage cue a pro taper. Nothing particularly difficult about that part, just a bit of time. The hole gives me significantly less surface area to glue to. I also was worried that this might feel very hollow or might hit a bit oddly for straight shots given that there was effectively no support where the hole is. None of that ended up being true. The cue shot surprisingly well - reducing the deflection around a full ball's width from the headstring to the foot of the table. With this slight success I decided to move along to my break cue and sneaky pete. This time my drilling was perfectly straight and I drilled out around 6 1/4" from the end. I spent a bit more time getting the taper just right and used a Mori medium tip on the sneaky pete. Ok, now here is a problem with this method. The final cue I drilled out was an old antique cue. The dowling inside the ferrule was about the same size as the hole I was drilling - but foolishly I went ahead and drilled it out anyway. When I was sanding down the sides of the tip I had pressure perpendicular to the shaft and SNAP - off came the ferrule. I tried to recover from this disaster by gluing in a piece of plastic on both the ferrule and shaft side, but in trying to get everything lined up perfectly the shaft ended up cracking. Whoops. In the end I would say that for inexpensive cues this is a great way to turn them into something useful. Of course if you can afford the real deal I'm sure your money is well spent, but if you're looking for a cheap way to get results maybe you could give this a try and hopefully improve on my first attempts. I bought three more sneaky petes from Muellers and expect to be able to turn them into very nice playing cues with low deflection as well. Posted by Ryan Shea at 12:23 PM 2 comments Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Tuesday, August 7, 2012 Google Drive PDF Who knew that Google Drive could give you an iframe to render a PDF - that's pretty pimp... Posted by Ryan Shea at 6:20 PM 0 comments Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Sunday, January 1, 2012 2012 Resolutions In addition to my continuances / evolutions of my 2011 goals, I'll be picking up a few extra nuggets. Here is what I've come up with so far: Walk Slightly More 2011 was a big data tracking year for me and one of those things I tracked was my walking distance with my fitbit. I walked just shy of five miles a day this past year. I haven't actually run the numbers quite yet, but this resolution will be to increase the total steps taken by 20%. Read one book every month I know, I really should read more - but it's so easy to get distracted by other things. This year I will read a book each calendar month. This could be any type of book, including an audio book - the goal here is to really keep it up and make it a habit. Meatless May This one is not all that difficult, but I'm putting it in here for completeness - no meat in May. I have done this several times, but it has always been March. This year I'd like to enjoy corned beef and cabbage on St. Patrick's day. Agua April A co-worker told me that a friend of his was drinking nothing but water for a month. This is right up my alley, so in April I'll not consume any drinks other than plain old water. Android and App Engine Develop a useful (to me) Android application and App Engine app. I have been wanting to do this for a long time but have just never done it... now all I need is a problem to solve. Finances With buying the new house and selling the existing houses our finances are a bit more chaotic than I would like. Add to that that I have just not been too focused on our finances over the past couple years. This resolution is to get organized with our finances. Hard Flip I've got a few flippity type tricks in my skateboarding repertoire, but one glaring omission is the hard flip. It seems like every other little whipper snapper out there has them, but I've never landed one. This goal is to land one hard flip in 2012 - my shins already hurt just thinking about it. Posted by Ryan Shea at 7:... Whois

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