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    Are there many members here also members on Shop Floor Talk...I only ask because there is something I have noticed
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    Quote Originally Posted by monte55 View Post
    Are there many members here also members on Shop Floor Talk...I only ask because there is something I have noticed
    Yep I am - although I havent posted anything there for a very long time....

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    What, pray tell, have you noticed?

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    It seems that the majority of posts are from a small 'elite" group...like a club and they don't respond to all as they do to the group. A person can post something interesting and on point and most likely no responce, But if one in the group breaks a nail, it will go on and on. I have seen this for months. They can do what they like but it is not a very "open to new members" group imo
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    I think that is a common thing. That is how it goes on duramax forum and naxja. i would say welcome to the forum world, but I see that you have been around a bit...

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    I don't see this on Miller, Hobart, Vetric forums.
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    Yea they are pretty weird in that way....not really sure why.
    It is a real b!tch to post pics there as well.
    They do have great info tho, and I read a ton of it. I just don't post much. Mainly because of the very reason you stated.
    As for welding forums I like Welding Web a lot. It is huge. It has it's own brand of strangeness, but so does this place too IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by FusionKing View Post
    Yea they are pretty weird in that way....not really sure why.
    It is a real b!tch to post pics there as well.
    They do have great info tho, and I read a ton of it. I just don't post much. Mainly because of the very reason you stated.
    As for welding forums I like Welding Web a lot. It is huge. It has it's own brand of strangeness, but so does this place too IMO
    When I post pics there I usually get b!tched out because I didnt do it right...Although I just posted something over there and havent been yelled at......yet

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    HSM can be even worse. Sometimes you put up a pretty simple question and feel like you're alone in the wilderness.

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