Post by J. Clarke
On Fri, 18 Sep 2020 10:14:49 -0000 (UTC), Jason Evans
Post by Jason Evans Post by gareth evans
4H = A chisel for doing metalwork.
I remember using a 4H pencil in drafting class in High School. I'm not so
old that CAD wasn't around. My school district just didn't have the money
Now that I think about it, I would love to have a drafting table, a
T-square, and a set of triangles again.
If you have the room, go for it. Everything you need can be had from
Dick Blick for under 150 bucks.
Don't. I am at an age when I have buried many friends and executed
their estates. one of them I used to call on every week, and when it
was coming to the end, 'friends' used call and remove stuff like that.
He had a small anvil I used to love, but it was taken like that.
Stuff like that was easly sold at Sunday Markets. I burned boxes of
photographs that nobody rmembers, After my wife died, I stopped taking
I remember a test for a coating on propeller blades involved verifying
that a pencil wouldn't scratch it. I don't remember though whether it
what H number the spec called for. I suspect the coating is still in
use--it was really good stuff--but I wonder if they've updated the
spec to account for Mexican-made pencils not adhering to the same