Here is a list of all the postings Watford has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Need to cut long thin strips of steel (& plastic) - e.g. with an angle grinder?|
Dare one ask just what these very precise strips, from sundry materials, are destined to be used for?
(Or have I missed something?)
|Thread: To Cap It All|
and 1929 Chummy at 1 1/4" by 13tpi
|Thread: A SIMPLE POINT !|
Nobody has yet brought "Metal-threads" into the discussion. A term used in (at least some of) the vehicle bodybuilding industry implying a fully threaded screw probably with a countersunk head.
|Thread: Tea Spoons|
I have a drawer full of stainless steel cutlery and a lot of it, particularly the tea spoons, have become rather (very) stained. It looks like tea may have been the culprit. Trying to remove it I have tried CocoCola but this has made no impression, even after a two day dip.
Any recommendations chaps?
|Thread: Yet another scam lathe sale on ebay to be aware of|
Google 'little man' shows address to be an office block amongst other posh office blocks. Not a workshop in sight.
Edited By JasonB on 07/01/2021 09:31:21
|Thread: vinyl wrap|
Probably have all these liveries so that Hornby can sell more train sets !!!
|Thread: Newton's 3rd Law|
Who is going to be the first here to try it out?
|Thread: Virtual Meet Ups|
Yes please Neil. Thanks for getting this off the ground.
|Thread: Arc eurotrade missing from front page ?|
Thanks for that explanation Ketan.
ME you are no doubt correct Jason. My mention of "model engineer's" was in respect of requisites for a model engineer!
There are clearance BSW and BSF items on sale today.
So maybe I have answered my own question. Ketan at ARC?
At last Arc Euro are back advertising on this site.
Nice to see them back.
Yes, indeed, plus one to that.
I wonder if they will be restocking model engineer's BA and Imperial requisites once again?
|Thread: Miracles do happen|
The same child whilst cruising on a foreign holiday said to the father "Is a thing lost if you know where it is?"
Rather after the manner of Captain Mainwaring father retorted "Stupid child, of course not."
" That's good " said the child, "Because I know where your watch is - I just dropped it over the side."
|Thread: Help identifying "garter type" oil seals|
The oil seal in a vehicle hub is to keep the oil/grease in, when it gets warm and fluid. This saves it from escaping to lubricate the brake linings. Slippery linings are not a good thing.
|Thread: Concrete Garages, Shelving and Catastrophe|
Never mind about you, what happened to the precious tooling???
|Thread: Whats the chance.....|
Plus one for that ..............
|Thread: J.T.Slocombe micrometer very old|
I keep mine in my desk draw!! Does yours have 1/64"s on the reverse of the frame?
|Thread: Clarkson Autolock Mystery Tool|
Splendid mental picture of Michael gardening with a well engineered bracket on the spade holding his laptop
|Thread: MEW Special edition 2008 Cherry interview|
Is there any news of Mrs.Hill ?
The Special Edition 'Setting up a Workshop' to which you refer was dated Autumn 2008 and had a picture of the good lady on the cover along with a corner of her workshop. She was interviewed by Geoff Sheppard over nine pages. The edition was marked as 'Exclusive to W.H. Smith. I kept it for inspiration .
Is there any news of Mrs. Hill?
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