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Member postings for Mick Henshall

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Thread: Press Button Oilers?
25/06/2020 21:23:34

I changed mine on the ram ways on my boxford 8"shaper by screwing a self tapping screw into the oiler a pair of long nosed pliers under head of self tapper a pad other side of of the screw to act as a fulcum and levered screw up and oilers popped out, replaced with cup type oilers

Mick 🇫🇴

Thread: What Did You Do Today 2020
07/06/2020 12:56:16

Sorry the other pic that should havebeen on last post Mick 🇫🇴20200607_105303.jpg

07/06/2020 12:49:06

Finished off a sliding jack saw on Doubleboost's (John Mills) channel on YT Mick 🇫🇴20200607_104716.jpg20200607_104717.jpg

Thread: Storing & Documenting Your Tooling?
03/06/2020 11:05:14

I just look in the relevant drawer and get the one I want, just my drills stowed in indexes😁

Mick 🇫🇴

Thread: Arc's Website - Is it Just Me?
07/05/2020 23:20:51

Hi Chris,

Just checked mine and all seems to be in order

Mick 🇫🇴

Thread: What are you doing
02/05/2020 10:16:42

Here is another pic

Mick 🇫🇴20200501_113415.jpg

02/05/2020 10:14:43

20200501_113425.jpgfinishing off Suffolk Punch overhaul its a 1987 98cc mower. Have a number of suffolk engines, to old to work on cars so these are a good substitute

Mick 🇫🇴

Thread: Coronavirus
25/03/2020 16:41:56

Our doctors surgery has just closed down and locked it's doors we can only go if invited by the surgery so seems 111 or 999 is the only option

Mick 🇫🇴

17/03/2020 08:50:32

I no longer listen or watch MSM, I am just totally fed up of the doom and gloom being broadcast its getting quite alarming, no wonder people are worried sick, the Zombie apocalypse is upon us. My Wife and I are in our mid 70's with the ailments we expect at our age so we are apparently both doomed, I wonder if we are being distracted from other stuff that is happening,who knows.This will run it's course and perhaps we will emerge the other end a bit wiser, I am off to my workshop

Mick 🇫🇴

Thread: Metric V Imperial Measurement
08/02/2020 12:08:27

As I remember in the Queen's Navy "Scantlings" were used when measurements were considered, and thickness of steel plate was measured in pounds weight, eg a 12" x12" x1" thick weighed 40 lbs,1/2" thick 20lbs,1/8" plate weighed 5lbs and so on, I only use imperial and at my age will continue to do so

Mick 🇫🇴

Thread: Merry Christmas Everybody!
24/12/2019 18:59:16

Merry Christmas to everyone and best wishes for 2020

Mick 🇫🇴

Thread: Netflix subscriptions
10/12/2019 09:58:11

Thanks chaps

I have just rung their help centre and it is confirmed that they are not using Google pay anymore so is genuine

Mick 🇫🇴

10/12/2019 09:28:52

Had a couple of emails to say netflix won't accept payments through Google Pay anymore and to update my payment method, also email from Google Pay and my netflix account says only 2 days left to update payment, am I right to be suspicious?

Mick 🇫🇴🇬🇧

Thread: My really awful week!
06/11/2019 11:48:18

😁

Mick 🇫🇴🇬🇧

Edited By Mick Henshall on 06/11/2019 11:49:08

06/11/2019 11:47:56

Wireless 😁

Mick 🇫🇴🇬🇧

Thread: Warco wm18
10/10/2019 20:32:35

Hi Tony,

I lost my manual for my WM14mill, could not find online so contacted Warco and a kind gent sent me one as an pdf

Give it a try

Mick 🇫🇴

Thread: Aldi Metal Bandsaw
04/10/2019 21:22:14

Sorry should have said I used it as shown in photo., vertically

Mick 🇫🇴

Thread: Has to be seen to be believed
04/10/2019 21:19:49

I would like to think I could make a tidier job but who knows it may be a good boiler

Mick 🇫🇴

Thread: Aldi Metal Bandsaw
04/10/2019 21:15:37

Should say it is a Milwauke saw not an Aldi. It was 1.25" square bar went through nice and steady,tried to keep the base simple, yours should cope just as good I just like the Milwauke equipment, saw cost £230 battery and charger was extra, total cost around £300 its dearer than the Aldi version I suspect but wanted the back up of a big player in the portable equipment scene.

Good luck with yours Graham

Mick 🇫🇴

04/10/2019 20:50:04

This is mine seems to chop through anything, last job was 1"1/4 bms

Mick🇫🇴20190713_181132.jpg

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