Nicholson got annoyed?

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  • #126259
    Alien8
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    Unless I’m getting senile (which could be quite possible already) I saw 2 posts yesterday saying the Nicholson saw files are still junk…

    Either something is wrong with the site but the pages seem to be removed !? So much for freedom of speech. So maybe Nicholson did start to listen, and responded via some law suit threats. Just typical from big conglomerates to do that. Send them a complaint, nothing happens, step up and state something that starts cutting in their profit margins and you get threatened!

    Off course I completely understand the difficult position Paul and crew are facing, I’d like to avoid a law suit from big ass lawyer companies who never saw a saw file up close too.

    Still freedom of speech should prevail!

    Diego

    #126264
    Eddy Flynn
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    yes you might have a point, i can still read them from my email inbox but the pages can’t be found from the blog page

    Eddy .. Liverpool, Merseyside, UK
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    #126266
    jmahoney
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    I assumed as much when i noticed the posts were gone last night. It’s a shame, there are no freedoms when money is involved.

    Perhaps I'm Just Over Eager, Better to Curb the Enthusiasm

    #126269
    undergroundhunter
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    Big companies will only start to listen when it hits their pockets, if everyone stopped buying from them they would soon change it.

    Matt

    #126275
    Sandy
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    Actually, I have used those files for years in the machine shop without any issues. I wonder why someone would have such a low opinion of them? or could thy have been talking about wood rasp or some type of woodworking file?

    Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

    Albert Einstein

    #126277
    jmahoney
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    The narrowest face on the saw files fractures thus rendering them useless before they can even sharpen one saw. I use their flat files on metal work too, inspected the edges on my mill files and sure enough all the teeth are fractured on the narrowest cutting face. Not really a big deal when I’m primarily using the broad face, for a saw file though it’s disastrous.

    Perhaps I'm Just Over Eager, Better to Curb the Enthusiasm

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