Here is a list of all the postings Meunier has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Who uses airbrushes?|
another request for details please Bob
|Thread: Ballaarat construction series|
...and no problems with having to remove the cab roof !
|Thread: I honestly canít think of an suitable title|
Thank you for that link MichaelG, I share your satisfaction.
|Thread: me august 1961|
According to my records, august 1961, 4issues, contained only 100 and 200-series page numbers, not 716.
|Thread: Which type/brand of razor blades stay sharp longest? (cutting card/greyboard)|
Is that because 'graded grains make finer
|Thread: "Time For A Display" - Greenhill Floral Clock|
Brings back memories as a youngster of a floral clock in Stanley Park in Liverpool, sometime around 1949/1950, had no awareness at that time of any associated movement.
Sadly, it appears from L'pool blog posts that it has since disappeared into the mists of memories.
|Thread: Lathe DRO|
I think your right and left have become confused after SOD's tailstock episode.
|Thread: An odd ball|
Also found similar use in older ink-jet cartridges to plug new hole when re-filling completed.
|Thread: Low Tech Magazine|
Ashoka hotel perhaps ?
|Thread: Using two torches|
Another (desperate ) solution at the last knockings on a Maid of Kent boiler and the gas bottle is freezing up, is to enlist a helper to grab hold of the top of the bottle and give it a continuous good rocking. (from experience )
|Thread: Digital back issues|
|Thread: Flash Steam|
Better as PDF, sorry no linkies
Here is the article from May2000 ME4119
See my album Steam Car
Edited By Meunier on 04/04/2021 20:21:09
Edited By Meunier on 04/04/2021 20:56:00
Purely by chance, I had been reading ME from 2000 and there is an article with diagrams of this very car.
|Thread: There may be a delay in some deliveries ...|
I assume that, just as when entering ports worldwide, the ship is under the command of the local pilots, who instruct the ship's crew..
|Thread: Low head Cap Screws|
Something which caught me out on the starter-motor on MrsD's mk1 Cortina in the early '70s. Go to start and Brrrrrp/Brrrrp/Brr-engage and start. I became quite adept at replacing the Bendix gear on the motor, 20mins job.
|Thread: Boxford spindle runout|
No, that's great for marking metal for layout/scribing/cutting lines/ centre-punch dots etc.
I have had the tube of this for 50yrs and not used up yet. marking blue, generally available from various suppliers.
edited to add - confirmation to keep off fingers - use a cotton-bud or similar
Edited By Meunier on 24/03/2021 19:44:14
Just picked up on your comment, you don't want 'layout blue' you need engineers/marking blue
|Thread: watchmakers lathe accuracy|
Slightly different, 'what's my line' and wonder if there are any remaining "sagger-makers bottom-knockers" still working in the Potteries ?
Ligne also = French/Swiss measure of diameter of watch movements, also 'French Inch'
|Thread: Antikythera solved ?|
Perhaps MichaelG, Neil and others may be interested in this piece from BBC today.
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