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Thread: 5/32 x 40 tpi unions for 1/16 pipe
24/03/2015 20:39:32

Hi Dougie,

**LINK**

Regards, Bear..

Thread: Todays update from Bodgers Lodge
06/03/2015 19:23:06

Hi JS,

Always good to get a glimpse of the real world. Please continue to post.

I'm still chuckling with regard to the Blidgeport.

Regards, Bear..

Thread: Woodwork Router Advice
06/03/2015 19:10:25

Hi Wallace,

Router Handbook, Router Jigs & Techniques. Both by Patrick Spielman (USA).

Regards, Bear..

Thread: Workshop visitors
21/02/2015 16:51:31

Hi Everyone,

Talking of traps, ensure all traps are anchored. Not only will it stop your traps disappearing, but will allow you to despatch any wounded prey.

Regards, Bear..

Thread: Designspark 2.0
20/12/2014 17:57:05

Nice, Ady1

Question for J.S.

John, How did you get the knurls/finger grips on those brush caps. Nice work.

If the answer is a knurling tool, my apologies for a silly question.

I'm not familiar with Corian.

Regards, Bear..

Thread: How to use a turning tool
19/12/2013 18:07:57

Hi Novice,

Picture please.

Regards, Bear..

Thread: need some of these making out of steels
08/12/2013 19:17:49

Hi Bill T1,

What about an half inch socket, as in spanner?

Regards, Bear..

Thread: Picaxe in programmable electronics
07/12/2013 16:52:01

Hi everyone,

Thanks again to all that have replied.

The venetian blind controller, I have two up and running. These are with picaxe 08M2 IC's, they have replaced the previous versions that were built using Cmos IC's.

Picaxe, I was using the Flowchart method, but when you request help from the Picaxe forum, everyone only speaks Basic.

So, I would like to get to grips with Basic, I'm happy with Picaxe, I was asking if there was anything better/easier.

Have downloaded the latest Picaxe Editor Beta. Now my USB programming cable doesn't know that it's connected to Com1, Says Com8 not connected . ( Running Win7).

Regards, Bear..

Thread: Drilling machine Vice hold down bolts
06/12/2013 17:34:17

Hi OuBallie,

Nicely done and nicely recorded.

These small things certainly give you a lasting thrill.

Note to self; Must get out more..

Regards, Bear..

Thread: Am I a member of this forum?
06/12/2013 17:23:42

Welcome John M1,

It is a great forum, so much knowledge & humour. Examples of superb engineering abound.

Regards, Bear..

Thread: Picaxe in programmable electronics
06/12/2013 17:08:06

Hi Everyone,

Ady1,

I have looked at the BBC Basic, does it work for making constructive things, like my Venetian blind project.

I've zero interest in games, I could get interested in using the PC to operate something mechanical, like shopping or mowing the lawn.

Thanks for the input.

Back to Basics....

Regards, Bear..

06/12/2013 10:07:58

Hi Everyone,

Thanks for the replies. (Its had plenty of views).

Ian P,

Loosely associated with engineering, automatic venetian blinds via LDR, temperature control(On going) & servo motor (On going).

These things require metal/plastic turning to complete the modifications, that's my story, and I'm sticking to it.

Dave D,

Can you give me a bit more info. What is(HT)C? I would like to get to grips with 16F PICs.

Struggling with Basic

Great forum

Regards, Bear..

05/12/2013 20:34:40

Hello Everyone,

Various I.C's from 'Revolution Education', called Picaxe.

Has anyone used this system?

It comes in two forms, Logicator, (Flowcharts) used in schools, and Programming Editor which runs on Basic.

**LINK**

Regards, Bear..

Apologies if this has been covered before.

Thread: SkyHook
21/11/2013 17:54:05

Hi OuBallie,

Nice project, well done and nicely recorded.

Do you do video recordings for You tube?

Regards, Bear..

Thread: Motor for Lathe
09/11/2013 19:10:13

Hi Ron,

230 Volt, 50/60HZ, 4800RPM, 180 Volts.

The 180v, could it be 180W ? 746W = 1 HP.

Regards, Bear..

Thread: Sensor for toy
05/11/2013 13:30:33

Hi OuBallie,

Take the duff one as far as Morrisons car park. Go in store and buy another one. Go to car, swap duff for good, march back into store, have tantrum, then ask for a refund, job done.

Bears can stoop pretty low, they have to, to catch them salmon.

Regards, Bear..

Thread: Micro Vice idea
29/10/2013 15:15:04

Hi Everyone,

A Third hand tool is very useful, two small alligator clips mit magnifying glass.

Regards, Bear..

P.S. I like the new forum set-up.

Thread: CNC'd Sieg X3 - listed on Ebay
10/10/2013 18:34:03

Hi Everyone,

Ebay sales, 20 mins to go!

Good luck Tony.

Regards, Bear..

Thread: New Look
01/10/2013 13:27:09

Hi Katy,

You have done a good job.

Engineers are used to adapting.

Keep smiling.

Regard, Bear..

Thread: Chinese Mini Lathe
30/09/2013 20:48:53

Hi Packmule,

Suggest you make a simple SCR tester, if you don't possess one.

Otherwise its all guesswork.

Regards, Bear..

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