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    Quote Originally Posted by Roxy View Post
    Yeah... I want to see a picture! (I might have deleted part of this thread. Can somebody get it back?)
    Two recent projects of mine were an 8 cavity cap mould with an screwing mechanism and in-mould closing and all patterns and composite moulds for a business class seat shell (8 modules). I'm really curious to see how a lever is to complex to design...



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    Where did anybody say "too complex to design" ?

    I went ahead and designed it, finished it, printed it (took 3 revisions) and installed it. It's working in my fridge as we speak

    Just had to simplify it a bit....and stop being lazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ward View Post
    Where did anybody say "too complex to design" ?

    I went ahead and designed it, finished it, printed it (took 3 revisions) and installed it. It's working in my fridge as we speak

    Just had to simplify it a bit....and stop being lazy.
    It's a bit complex to be designed (well, it would take a lot of time I think) so I was wondering what the chances are of having it digitized?
    YOu know you really ought to think about what you post occasionally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curious aardvark View Post
    YOu know you really ought to think about what you post occasionally.
    Think about what I said a bit more aardvark.
    Just because you didn't understand doesn't invalidate.

    I said it was a bit complex...not impossible, as you obviously interpreted it.

    Lots of clues and cues there. You even quoted one.
    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ward View Post
    Where did anybody say "too complex to design" ?

    I went ahead and designed it, finished it, printed it (took 3 revisions) and installed it. It's working in my fridge as we speak

    Just had to simplify it a bit....and stop being lazy.
    Umm you did in the subject header of your post, "
    Frigidaire Part - Too complex need scanned"

    If your going to play semantics then you really should heed Aardvarks advice.

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    This is not easy....but.....
    Placebo.....I forgot ALL about the title.....didn't even look at the title again. oh boy...now I see wheer I went wrong.
    ok.

    I'd like to apologize to Aardvark and accept that I did something REALLY stupid here....and failed to see it until Placebo pointed it out.
    I could not understand how Aardvark thought I was wrong....until now.
    I was getting defensive and honestly forgot I said "too complex" in the title. Was only looking at the body of the message.

    Thank you Placebo for showing me exactly where I went wrong. I understand now. I'm feeling old age taking a toll on me.
    I hope I don't continue to make foopahs like this. Concerned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ward View Post
    I hope I don't continue to make foopahs like this. Concerned.
    Hmm, why should you be any different from the rest of us?

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    I don't know for sure but I think CA will appreciate you owning up to an honest mistake. I know I certainly do. Accountability seems to be a rare occurrence these days. Thanks Ward!

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    You guys are really decent. Thanks for the kind words.
    I will take the advice.

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    Let's see a picture of the original part and the replacement part!

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