Here is a list of all the postings Richard Eversdijk has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Corona virus and current magazine publication|
Lofty's way worked also for me, thanks.
I've also received an email explaining that the shipping of MEW overseas is suspended due to delivery chain issues.
In that same mail it was said that I could view MEW online on this site when logged in.
Unfortunately every time I tried it I get this error message:
"An Error Has Occurred
I'm sorry but we can't process your request at this time (bad referrer)"
I've send several emails to your customer explaining this issue so they could rectify it and also ask them if my paid for MEW's will be send to me as soon as the delivery issues are solved.
Unfortunately I've received no response at all from your customer service!
Can you look into this please.
Edited By JasonB on 17/05/2020 06:57:36
|Thread: Borderer, missing magazine articles|
I'm intending to built the twin steam launch engine Borderer by J.P. Bertinat.
Unfortunately I'm missing the first half of the published series in M.E.
Year Volume Issue Page
1989 163 3862 698
1990 164 3864 28
1990 164 3866 162
1990 164 3868 286
1990 164 3870 412
1990 164 3872 534
A copy of these articles in pdf or jpg would be great.
|Thread: Marcher 2 cyl vertical engine|
Is it possible that I also can have those instructions about the valve setting on the marcher engine you send earlier to another forum member?
I would be much obliged.
|Thread: Homemade Cut Knurling tool|
After rereading the article in MEW147, I still have no clue how to produce such a cut-knurling style tool.
Are there plans available for a tool like that in MEW or ME ?
At what angles are the knurlingwheels placed in the horizontal cq vertical plane?
What is the relation between the diameter of the wokpiece and the placement of the knurlingwheels?
Simply said: How does it work??
Did anyone built the cut knurling tool as published in the american magazine
"the homeshop machinist" and if so, does it work ?
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