Author Archives: jay

About jay

Moved from auto repair to engineering, and spent many years in the world of CNC laser cutting systems. Moved into technical writing from there, and have written for IT, consumer devices, industrial machine operators, and more.

Thoughts on focus and gas pressure

Gas flow under the laser focus lens can strongly affect the focussed spot. Continue reading

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Connectivity Challenges

When the Internet mostly works, and one thing doesn’t – where do you start? Continue reading

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Toying around…

I’ve been working on several aspects of the Toy – engine compartment, rear cover, and instruments are the main ones. Also evaluating rear suspension for upgrade. More soon. See my personal site for more about The Toy.

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Multiple sigs?

Please don’t be bothered if I happen to sign one comment as ‘jay’ and another as ‘jmaechtlen’. As admin and owner, I have more than one login available to me. I’ll try to remember which one to use from now … Continue reading

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XP Mounted partitions

Mounting a partition or drive in an NTFS folder sounds useful, but there are drawbacks. Continue reading

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Hello world!

Welcome to Jay’s Blog – TechComm and whatever else strikes my fancy. Of course, I hope some of this will be interesting to others as well.

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