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Thread: Jim Al Kahlili : Revolutions
01/08/2019 06:52:04
Posted by Michael Gilligan on 01/08/2019 00:01:20:
Posted by ega on 31/07/2019 23:29:57:

He covered essential elements like the wheel, axle and roads but did not mention that the development of the last was driven by the cycling boom of the late 19/early 20C.

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Funny, that ... perhaps he thinks of cyclists' use of the roads as being parasitic devil

MichaelG.

It often isdevil

Thread: What Did You Do Today 2019
09/07/2019 19:55:25

Sneak it back into her shed when she is not looking smiley

Thread: Basic questions about wax chucks
29/05/2019 11:48:45

Here is a thread on wax chucks **LINK**.

Thread: Christmas disaster
25/12/2018 21:22:17

We replaced ours just in case it decided to not cook our christmas dinner. As you say Duncan, too complicated for such a simple process.

Thread: Automata Magazine
09/10/2018 06:51:45

Mark Horovitz is in the process of starting an on-line magazine for readers interested in automata. Things are at an early stage and Mark is working on a rudimentary website right now. When he has got something up and running, he'll send out a much more comprehensive letter, explaining where he'd like to see the magazine go and how.

If you are interested, send Mark an email to automatamag@comcast.net

John

Thread: Hum on phone.
26/08/2018 07:19:33
Posted by Mike Poole on 26/08/2018 01:11:02:
Posted by Don Cox on 25/08/2018 23:49:33:

If one night your house catches fire one of the first things to go may be the mains and with it your cordless 'phone, how are you going to call the fire brigade then?

On your mobile?

Mike

Assuming it is charged up!

Thread: modeng2000
28/06/2018 08:04:10

Hi James,

Sorry to have to say that this is nothing to do with me.

I hope you are able to sort it out, I don't like mysteries.

Regards,

John

Thread: hobbymat motor question
27/05/2018 15:07:07

Good luck Ross.

John

27/05/2018 07:29:00

When I had starting switch problems I replaced the switch with a timed relay that switched out the start capacitor after approx two seconds or so giving time for the motor to run up to speed. No more problems smiley

John

Edited By modeng2000 on 27/05/2018 07:30:03

Thread: WIN 10 again!
09/04/2018 10:28:22

My laptop with W10 Home boots up in under a minute. Perhaps it isdue to the solid state drives.

Thread: April fools 2018
01/04/2018 14:26:57

Re-opening under new management!

Thread: What did you do Today 2018
15/03/2018 19:52:02

She is not alone, this often happens to me.

Thread: LED lamp failure
16/12/2017 14:53:49

Me too!

Thread: Small fly press?
14/12/2017 15:33:10

Here are other views of the fly press.

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Edited By modeng2000 on 14/12/2017 15:34:09

Edited By modeng2000 on 14/12/2017 15:36:05

Edited By modeng2000 on 14/12/2017 15:36:39

14/12/2017 07:34:11

Thanks for the replies folks, I'll get round to adding an extra photo or two.

Thinking of putting it on eBay as I don't have a use for it.

John

13/12/2017 15:47:38

I have rediscovered this which I brlieve is a small fly press. It is about 280mm high. There are no markings on it and I have no information about it. There is a spring return which 'unwinds' the action.

Any info or ideas would be welcome as to it's use or purpose.dscn3039.jpg

Edited By modeng2000 on 13/12/2017 15:48:14

Thread: Gas detectors
06/12/2017 15:29:10

You must have been in the right place Bob, I had to pay for my detector offered by a British Gas engineer when our boiler was serviced. We have a service agreement with BG but he still wanted money!

Edited By modeng2000 on 06/12/2017 15:29:35

Thread: Crich trams
02/11/2017 19:47:48

I had a birthday present gift of a tram driving experience at Crich. Absolutely brilliant!

Edited By modeng2000 on 02/11/2017 19:49:03

Thread: Adrian Johnstone
08/10/2017 08:48:15

Adrian, I have found the Owner's Manual for the Formit you had from me recently.

If you would get in touch I can forward it to you through the post.

Regaeds, John

Thread: Diesel sales down 21.7%
06/10/2017 07:06:05

I now run a Euro 6 Mercedes and also have the asthma problem. Throughout my working life I drove a lot in peak times and can honestly say that I never noticed the connection between diesel and breathing problems.

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