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Member postings for David Noble

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Thread: Garden shed find
18/08/2019 18:30:42

Great find, well worth spending a little time on it.

David

Thread: What 3 Words
15/08/2019 18:41:45

I don't understand why, if the app' is sending a three word location, it can't just sent the latitude and longitude.

David

Thread: Clock #1
07/08/2019 23:09:33

Many thanks are due to Sam who's a member here for all the help with gear calculations.

07/08/2019 22:24:41
Posted by Meunier on 07/08/2019 21:44:08:

Looking very good David.
Where did you source the construction manual from ?
DaveD

Thank you Meunier, I bought it Here

David

07/08/2019 19:05:43

Very kind, thank you.

David

07/08/2019 16:04:58

I realise that this must be 'old hat' for many but my first clock TICKS. Lots to do before it is finished but I'm 'quietly' pleased.

David

Thread: no recoil
05/08/2019 17:09:04

As an interested spectator to this thread, do you have an update?

David

Thread: Cutters
01/08/2019 11:45:39

Ahh thanks, I didn't notice that.

01/08/2019 10:09:52

Don't know how to edit a post so an addition to the above!

The book Wheel and Pinion Cutting also details how to make the cutters.

David

01/08/2019 08:56:18

Hello Ken,

I'm about half way through the Large Wheel clock. If I can help, feel free to ask. Only 2 cutters are needed if you decide to buy the pinions. I ended up making both the wheels and the pinions.

I found the J. Malcom Wilde book Wheel and Pinion Cutting in Horology a huge help in understanding how to cut the wheels and the pinions. I also had a lot of help from Sam who is a member here.

David

Thread: Wiggler or edge finder?
20/07/2019 07:34:01

I must admit that when I worked in a toolroom we always used a 'fag' paper !

Thread: Which varnish?
12/06/2019 08:55:44

Wow, lots to choose from there

Many Thanks, David

11/06/2019 17:16:19

Could anyone recommend a good varnish for brass? The only varnish I have come across is for wood. Is it the same stuff?

Thanks, David

Thread: Sort of like a guitar...
18/04/2019 19:28:47

Very nice Neil

Thread: Lathe Carriage Stop
03/04/2019 18:14:27

Very nice, I've been wanting one for ages.

David

Thread: New Mill
31/03/2019 16:58:10

Another vote for the SX2.7 from me. I'm a very happy Arc customer.

If you have any questions about it, feel free to ask.

Regards, David

Thread: Turning over a new Leaf
28/03/2019 18:39:32

Hello John,

There is a whole stack of talent on here willing to help as I've found out Shout if I can help.

David

Thread: Removing large flange nuts
15/03/2019 11:22:40

Hello Karl,

I sympathise, i've come across this before. The only way I have been able to do similar things is to make a dedicated 'C' spanner to fit the nut. I am assuming the blue handled spanner in the picture is the one you have been using. The spanner needs to be a perfect fit with no slack. Then the shaft needs to be locked in position, solidly. You can then apply serious leverage accompanied by some judicious shock to the 'C' spanner.

Good Luck

David

Thread: New coffee maker - disgusting taste!
13/02/2019 20:39:29

There is a certain plastic in kettles now that people think should be avoided. I found this link:-

https://www.bestelectrickettles.net/what-is-bpa-and-why-your-electric-kettle-should-be-plastic-free/

David

Thread: Is it just me?
21/01/2019 22:10:24
Posted by JC54 on 21/01/2019 20:42:46:

Welcome to the club David. I am a founder member and wear the "T" shirt with pride.winklaugh.

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