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  #2245452 25-May-2019 17:45
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You need a thermic lance!

 

 

 


  #2245458 25-May-2019 18:15
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Thermic Lance.... Awesome...

 

 





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  #2245583 25-May-2019 21:39
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Did you use ASUS Cloud? If so the data might be up there so if you need to get rid of it you would need to login and delete as well.




  #2245588 25-May-2019 22:01
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sqishy:

 

Did you use ASUS Cloud? If so the data might be up there so if you need to get rid of it you would need to login and delete as well.

 

 

Did not use Asus Cloud... I use OneDrive... Either way, a dead tablet may not stop you from logging into cloud storage with another computer.

 

 





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  #2245767 26-May-2019 08:44
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Dratsab:

 

You need a thermic lance!

 

 

 

 

 

This image begged the question.... What is this guy cutting up??

 

A quick Google search shows:

 

An Oxylance burning bar being used to cut 9ft diameter in stainless steel.

 

This was in a mill where the ladle froze up and the slugs out of the ladle are being processed to go back in the furnace.

 

 





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  #2245777 26-May-2019 09:29
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Now who here doesn't want a thermic lance? Highly likely to be out of reach for most individual budgets, so I'm thinking shared ownership. A Geekzone community-owned thermic lance!

What could possibly go wrong?




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  #2245842 26-May-2019 13:20
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1024kb: Now who here doesn't want a thermic lance? Highly likely to be out of reach for most individual budgets, so I'm thinking shared ownership. A Geekzone community-owned thermic lance!

What could possibly go wrong?

 

Whatever it is that could go wrong is highly likely to only occur once per person...








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  #2246140 26-May-2019 21:33
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We have them at work for various jobs - they make very short work of concrete too!

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  #2246143 26-May-2019 21:49
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1024kb: Now who here doesn't want a thermic lance? Highly likely to be out of reach for most individual budgets, so I'm thinking shared ownership. A Geekzone community-owned thermic lance!

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DIY time! DIY Thermic Lance Kit


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  #2246231 26-May-2019 22:46
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A microwave is a good solution :-)


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  #2246240 26-May-2019 23:38
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PolicyGuy: "Declassification through destruction" is also the only GCSB-approved method for declassifying NZ Government classified solid-state / flash storage. IIRC into fragments no more than a couple of millimetres on a side.

 

This. GCSB's recent advice is that pretty much anything that contains flash memory can't be sanitised (or guaranteed to be sanitised). If it's been in an environment where it has been exposed to national security information classified SECRET or above it needs to be destroyed. There are a few approved destruction facilities around. I visited one in Lower Hutt a few weeks ago.


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