Here is a list of all the postings David Noble has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Garden shed find|
Great find, well worth spending a little time on it.
|Thread: What 3 Words|
I don't understand why, if the app' is sending a three word location, it can't just sent the latitude and longitude.
|Thread: Clock #1|
Many thanks are due to Sam who's a member here for all the help with gear calculations.
Thank you Meunier, I bought it Here
Very kind, thank you.
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.
|Thread: no recoil|
As an interested spectator to this thread, do you have an update?
Ahh thanks, I didn't notice that.
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.
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.
|Thread: Wiggler or edge finder?|
I must admit that when I worked in a toolroom we always used a 'fag' paper !
|Thread: Which varnish?|
Wow, lots to choose from there
Many Thanks, David
Could anyone recommend a good varnish for brass? The only varnish I have come across is for wood. Is it the same stuff?
|Thread: Sort of like a guitar...|
Very nice Neil
|Thread: Lathe Carriage Stop|
Very nice, I've been wanting one for ages.
|Thread: New Mill|
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.
|Thread: Turning over a new Leaf|
There is a whole stack of talent on here willing to help as I've found out Shout if I can help.
|Thread: Removing large flange nuts|
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.
|Thread: New coffee maker - disgusting taste!|
There is a certain plastic in kettles now that people think should be avoided. I found this link:-
|Thread: Is it just me?|
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