Here is a list of all the postings JC54 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Unusual problem with 3D printer|
First skin your cat. There are lots of ways to do this.....
|Thread: Villiers midget carb query|
The Allen Scythe could be a right B*****d they did have a habit of digging in on uneven ground. My Grandfather broke his leg with one that dug in. Health and safety would go ballistic at one nowadays but still a great tool for clearing a rough area of undergrowth.
|Thread: Apropos of Nothing|
|Thread: Set a Status|
As found on another forum "I used to have a friend but the string broke and he ran away"
|Thread: Coronavirus - How To Register as Vulnerable|
I could not contact Tesco either. I have had deliveries from them for over 5 years and am on the gov vulnerable list. My daughter managed to contact them on Twitter gave them my details and 2 days later got an email from Tesco offering me priority slots. I also am registered with Asda and yesterday got an email from them offering priority slots and the option to book a regular weekly/ fortnightly slot in advance. I have booked a regular slot with Asda as it saves having to keep looking for vacant slots. If you use twitter or have someone who has give Tesco a Twit???? if you are already a customer and on vulnerable list. John
|Thread: Homemade Lathe Tools|
Easy to make and a good practice piece for us beginners. John
|Thread: 3D printer recommendations|
Good evening Tony many thanks for the links, but when I go to them I have to register and the first thing they want is access to my contacts..... No Way... I searched google and think that I have found the same frames stacked up. The files show you can print 2, 5, 10, items on top of each other. I have tried slicing a couple of the files with Cura using my machine settings (slow) and 5 frames in 5 hours 10 frames in 11 hours. I will try printing 5 out tomorrow and see what I get...If the stl. file works I will try to upload a non invasive link. John
Top marks Tony, is it possible to put a link to your faceshield file on the forum or have I missed it? I have looked at the one on another thread but my printer is not big enough to get it on. Many thanks John
|Thread: A well known song change to suit today situation|
|Thread: View Models|
I tried contacting this site/person for last month but no reply either. John
|Thread: Positioning of workshop lights|
Evening EGA, I mixed old type and LED in the workshop with no problem, couldn't afford to replace all at once.
|Thread: Do your bit and help each other|
.Hi Bill, no need to wait to sign up. The membership fees are two toilet rolls and a tin of tomatoes..
I am a carer for a disabled wife , I suffer from COPD after pneumonia and have really been amazed at the offers of help (via phone and email ) that I have recieved in the last couple of weeks. Many thanks to those caring neighbors.
John, (founder member of the grumpy old gits society).
|Thread: Could bigfoot be real?|
Nice one Hopper. John
|Thread: How are your clubs responding to Coronavirus|
At Melton Mowbray and District Model Engineering Society we have decided to cancel any meetings until further notice. The Boiler testing will proceed this Saturday. Work parties on the track extension is left to the choice of each individual. I decision on the June Gala will be made at a later date.
If this self isolation comes in at least it will give us an excuse to finish all of those projects that are half done. John
Wasn't Izal one step up from John Wayne paper? Rough, Tough, and didn't take no *^&( from anyone?
I was just leaving....
|Thread: D H Gipsy mk1|
Many thanks for the explanation David. Just need to dig in the useful box for some alloy of suitable size.
|Thread: Spring's a-coming|
|Thread: D H Gipsy mk1|
Enjoying your posts David. Could you please explain how the holder for the shop bought gear works please? I am still very much a beginner and have some gears to alter for a clayton steam wagon differential. Many thanks John
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