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Tim
Member Since: June 23, 2011
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Comment:Guidance Counselors - Tim-5/20/2014
Comment:Re: Futurama - Tim-4/21/2013
Comment:Re: MPPE Insulation - Tim-3/27/2013
Comment:Re: technology reach - Tim-3/26/2013
Comment:Classic equipment - Tim-3/25/2013
Comment:Feedstock - Tim-3/19/2013
Comment:Bad Feeling - Tim-3/14/2013
Comment:Re: Baxter Robot - Tim-2/28/2013
Comment:Nice fasteners - Tim-2/28/2013
Comment:Re: Good Feeling - Tim-2/28/2013
Comment:Broken shaft - Tim-2/27/2013
Comment:Baxter Robot - Tim-2/26/2013
Comment:Re: Electronics fun - Tim-2/26/2013
Comment:Re: Lego is still #1 - Tim-2/25/2013
Comment:"Jaded and Cynical" - Tim-2/25/2013
Comment:Lessons learned - Tim-2/20/2013
Comment:Re: STEM is a fraud! - Tim-2/19/2013
Comment:Re: Fast Food Robots - Tim-2/19/2013
Comment:Cost Benefit - Tim-2/10/2013
Comment:Re: Ieeew - Tim-2/2/2013
Comment:Bugs - Tim-1/31/2013
Comment:Re: Applications - Tim-1/30/2013
Comment:Re: Great application - Tim-1/29/2013
Comment:Great application - Tim-1/28/2013
Comment:Re: Maytag Repairman - Tim-1/26/2013
Comment:Re: Entertainment UI - Tim-1/22/2013
Comment:Great Idea - Tim-1/22/2013
Comment:Time saver - Tim-1/22/2013
Comment:Robots - Tim-1/13/2013
Comment:Good idea - Tim-1/13/2013
Comment:Good ideas - Tim-1/8/2013
Comment:Reference - Tim-12/28/2012
Comment:Fasteners - Tim-12/28/2012
Comment:Nice Mix - Tim-12/21/2012
Comment:Moldng processes - Tim-12/21/2012
Comment:Re: Picker robot - Tim-11/30/2012
Comment:Still Favorite - Tim-11/30/2012
Comment:Great Idea - Tim-11/30/2012
Comment:Re: Good job - Tim-11/30/2012
Comment:Re: Mechanical Backup - Tim-11/30/2012
Comment:Picker robot - Tim-11/29/2012
Comment:Detail - Tim-11/29/2012
Comment:Re: This is ridiculous - Tim-11/20/2012
Comment:Redundancy - Tim-11/20/2012
Comment:Re: Amazing - Tim-11/15/2012
Comment:Re: Making it work - Tim-10/31/2012
Comment:Re: Group knowledge - Tim-10/30/2012
Comment:Re: hide the phillips - Tim-10/29/2012
Comment:Engineering Story - Tim-10/29/2012
Comment:Group knowledge - Tim-10/26/2012
Comment:Plastic Material - Tim-10/25/2012
Comment:Management Praise - Tim-10/22/2012
Comment:Flying Carpet - Tim-10/21/2012
Comment:Almost right - Tim-10/4/2012
Comment:Re: Largest Component - Tim-9/28/2012
Comment:Re: Doesn't matter - Tim-9/28/2012
Comment:Enough wind? - Tim-9/28/2012
Comment:Engineering Fun - Tim-9/26/2012
Comment:Re: Probably not - Tim-9/25/2012
Comment:Specifications? - Tim-9/17/2012
Comment:Re: Be flexible - Tim-9/17/2012
Comment:Great combination - Tim-9/11/2012
Comment:Re: No better now - Tim-9/5/2012
Comment:Re: freak worthy? - Tim-8/31/2012
Comment:Re: But cheaper, too - Tim-8/30/2012
Comment:Re: Big changes - Tim-8/28/2012
Comment:Data Transfer - Tim-8/28/2012
Comment:Context - Tim-8/27/2012
Comment:Context - Tim-8/27/2012
Comment:Re: Miniaturization - Tim-8/27/2012


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