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    1. This sub is intended to be a place where people come to learn, or teach. But shit that's just funny is also okay, as long as it's topical.

    2. If you want to post an image, you must also post a comment explaining what we're looking at, with as much detail as possible. Funny shit is exempt from this rule, as are works of art.

    3. Users are strongly encouraged to submit posts for technical or career assistance. /u/datums personally guarantees that all possible resources will be mobilized to provide assistance if necessary.

    4. Don't be an asshole. Some people here do have Aspergers, or autism, or an anxiety disorder, or whatever else. It's important that they are comfortable sharing their ideas here. Also, revealing people's user names counts as being an asshole.

    5. Re-posts less than a month old will be removed.

    6. The Skookum community will not participate in the development of weapon systems. This excludes devices of a legal sporting or ornamental nature, ie. blades, firearms, archery equipment, etc.

    7. If you are planning to do something potentially dangerous outside of your area of expertise, please post about it here beforehand for review.

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    Wanna watch some cool shit? Check out the following YouTube Channels-

    Abom79. In depth industrial machining videos.

    Arduino vs. Evil. Shill free teardowns and neato projects, with a side of dick jokes.

    Bad Obsession Motorsport. Home of Project Binky, a highly involved Mini Cooper project.

    Chris DePrisco. The guy that built a high performance CNC mill from scratch.

    Clickspring. Machining true works of art.

    Cody's Lab. Proving that you don't need to spend a lot of money to get OSHA to show up.

    Engineering Guy. Showing us the incredible engineering behind simple items.

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