Here is a list of all the postings davidk has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Aircraft General Discussion|
Funnily enough, the one aircraft that I saw fitted with silencers, many years ago was a PZL Wilga with an Ivchenko radial engine. This was at Lydd Airport in Kent, UK. Probably 30 years ago, but the image stuck in my mind!
There are a few pictures on the internet of Wilgas fitted with silencers. Googling G-BUNC or SP-FZE for example will find some.
I've just found an NZ registered example as well! ZK-PZN
Edited By davidk on 21/09/2018 13:04:58
Hawker Typhoon RB396 is undergoing a rebuild to fly, hopefully in 2024. The Hawker Typhoon Preservation Group have managed to secure a Napier Sabre IIa that will be rebuilt to airworthy condition. A mammoth project by any standards. Really looking forward to seeing that one in the air!
|Thread: Songs for the Workshop|
Also "My Grinding Mill" by John Lee Hooker
and "Hard Times in the Mill" by Pete Seeger
Anything by Mike and the Mechanics...
|Thread: Aircraft General Discussion|
G-APSA isn't airworthy anymore unfortunately.
The DC-6 in question will be the Red Bull DC-6B OE-LDM. She's made a few flights in and out of Cranfield this week.
Sounds a bit like a Dassault Flamant.
|Thread: Bridgeport Mill - Convert to 240v Single Phase|
The company is C&C Rewinds Ltd, 7 Test Valley Business Centre, Test Lane, Southampton SO16 9JW. No connection, just a very satisfied customer.
I took my 3-phase Bridgeport 2-speed 380/440V pancake motor to a motor rewinder in Southampton. He rewound it for me, so it's now a 3-phase 2-speed 230V motor. It now runs just fine on an IMO Jaguar VXR inverter which is 230V single phase in, 230V 3-phase out. The rewinding cost me about £300 three years ago. I only power this motor with the inverter, not the rest of the (Denford) milling machine that the head is fitted to.
Still doesn't explain what she's doing though!
|Thread: MEW263 - Postal non or late delivery?|
Mine arrived this morning
|Thread: D1 Camlock Repair|
What make is the lathe? For my Boxford 330 for example, they are listed as a spare part, no. X10-02-011. Not cheap at £20.27 each though! See **LINK**
Hope this helps
|Thread: Acorn rake|
SWMBO and I are the owners of a 150 year old oak. Dennis, you're absolutely right, this really is a bumper year for acorns. More this year than any time I can remember. Damn squirrels bury them everywhere, we're forever digging up small oak saplings. Spent 2 hours this afternoon raking acorns...
We've never had much success with the wire tine rakes, but some of the plastic rakes are quite effective. The ones with flat tines are the best. This kind of thing for example: **LINK** It's still hard work though. If anyone can think of an easier way, I'd be most interested!
|Thread: moving house & workshop|
I can also recommend Steve Cox of Landylift. A few years ago he moved my Denford milling machine from Lincolnshire down to Hampshire. A very professional job, well pleased. No connection, just a satisfied customer.
|Thread: Making work equipment.|
Perhaps that's another meaning for the Chinese version of the CE mark, Caveat Emptor...
|Thread: Aircraft recognition problem|
Try Googling G-ATNV to see if that looks similar, a PA-24-260 with tip tanks. There are some pictures out there showing it with dark blue tip tanks and fuselage underside.
|Thread: Another Tom Senior question ?|
My TS Major has three 0.5" slots on 2" centres.
My little round-column TS E-Type has three 0.375" slots on 1.5" centres.
|Thread: Need To Help Four Stroke Combustion Engine on 3D model|
John & Neil, I have to agree that it doesn't look like a real engine.
Item 23 seems to be a pipe that runs between the sump and the item in question.
If you click on item 23 it says: "Lubrication Oil Suction Pipe. The suction pipe connects the sump and lubrication oil pump (suction side)"
So I would say it's a lubrication oil pump. If you look at the other pipe from the item in question, it seems to go to the side of the bock, maybe feeding oil galleries.
|Thread: Optical chucks|
Something similar was discussed back in 2015:
|Thread: Ferrari Symbol|
Hi Ian SC
There was the Tyrell P34 6 wheeler from the mid-seventies:
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