Here is a list of all the postings Stovepipe has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Wot is it?|
It's obviously a whatsit.
|Thread: NZ Quake|
You just can't trust that flexi-track.
|Thread: Gosh trying to line a Loco is so hard any tips|
There is that book of course "How NOT to paint a loco". Whether this would help in your present circumstances I know not. Only offering a suggestion.
|Thread: What Did You Do Today (2016)|
|Thread: tools with memories|
An "Elephant" brand tenon saw my late wife bought me for our first wedding anniversary 40 years ago, Sad memories indeed,
|Thread: Prompt Order Processing|
I can beat that - ordered some drills a while back at 2.30 - arrived next morning at 10,30 !
Saw Ketan hurtling down the road on his bike,
Promptness is their middle name.
|Thread: Cool summer project for my little daughter|
Of course "Fizzy" will want all the plans for his little daughter. And why not might one ask ?
(and bad dogs can be destroyed !!)
Edited By Stovepipe on 23/06/2016 14:30:24
|Thread: Tool Height|
Good customer service ? Second nature to Ketan and his merry crew !
|Thread: Flying Scotsman's schedule to be kept secret|
What happens if the "Rocket" hits a cow ?
"Too bad for the coo"
Our Mr Stevenson is quite correct.
|Thread: About tea....|
PROPER workshop tea strength has the spoon (or equivalent) standing vertically with absolutely no visible means of support
|Thread: Early Cowells lathe spindle thread size|
Look in Arceurotrade.co.uk advert on this page. Type "Cowells" in the left hand search box where their advert opens- should solve your backplate problem at least.
Edited By Stovepipe on 20/04/2016 14:51:56
Edited By Stovepipe on 20/04/2016 14:52:56
|Thread: Chenery Vee-Twin|
Hemingway's site refers to 11 A3 Pages of diagrams and 23 Pages of build notes for this model. Along with Keith's 2000 hours of work you can appreciate the huge effort that's gone into this engine. Would be far beyond me I'm afraid. Very well done indeed, sir
|Thread: Cutting 6inch holes in 1.2 mm SS sheet|
Tank cutter any use ?
(didn't see mention of trepanning tool - must get an appointment at Specsavers !)
Edited By Stovepipe on 16/03/2016 20:52:02
|Thread: Anybody recognise this old lathe?|
Could it be for making the tools for which this firm was apparently noted ?
|Thread: Wood Treatment|
Creosote is also excellent for persuading squirrels not to visit your loft. They hop it like a commuter running for the last train.
|Thread: Advancd Grinding Rest|
Surely will be remembered as the excellent Harold Hall, metalworker extraordinaire !
|Thread: Engineer's Guardian Angel!|
Yes, it does look rather good, doesn't it !
|Thread: A plea for prices!|
If reviewing a new product, just quote the current RRP, else don't bother. As we all know, RRP is merely indicative, so users can look for the current prices. One assumes that they have sufficient Internet savvy to look for the current price.
|Thread: (UK) Which Prescription Safety Glasses|
Why safety glasses ? Why not ordinary glasses + safety goggles ?
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