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Thread: How do you fight workshop/shed condensation
13/11/2013 09:40:20

Be careful with the dehumidifers, dry air can cause irritation of the nose and throat and mummification of everything else.
Hi Terry,
As a now retired local councellor there was many people who would have liked to have mummified me.
seriously when you say mummification do you mean that it dries out everything oil the lot.
Bob

13/11/2013 09:26:05

this problem has been running on for a number of years in threads not only in this forum but others.
as far as I can make out it depends on, type of shed, position, insulation or not, windows I could go on suggest looking up old threads.

Fizzy changing the subject how is twinkle, I got told at the weekend that I was going to be a Great Grandad when tribe came round
Bob

Thread: Old hacsaw blades
11/11/2013 09:34:15

I have used these old saw blades for a number if things,
Tidied up and mounted parting off tool
Grandson No2 and self were making some Sterling hot air engines and we were looking at how to cut
the vanes, all the tooling was far to big, thought one of these old blades. once cut, sharpeded and mounted done the job,
Bob.

Thread: ME Cover Change
11/11/2013 01:22:11

Neil,
The nearest Smith's shop for me is well over 30 miles away so rely on postman.
As far as the front cover is concerned I do not really care 2 monkeys t***s it is what is inside.
that matters.
Diane,
Congratulations for bringing the Rowland Emett society up in Smokerings, have been a fan of his since the 50s
and one of the original members,
Everyone look it up
www.rowlandemett.com

Thread: 3D printers coming of age...?
09/11/2013 09:48:23

MG
Thank you very deeply, Think I have got my christmas pressy sorted out hopefully will be showing it at the Thornbury BSMEE next year working.on the club stand. if at 70ish I can get my head around the software
Bob

09/11/2013 06:34:45

hi john
looks very interesting will look deeper into this wonder how much consumables are
bob

08/11/2013 07:53:39

All I now need is the dosh
Bob.

08/11/2013 07:37:19

here is link
**LINK**

bob

Thread: Homebush Canterbury NZ open days
07/11/2013 20:25:12

I Have a number of dear friends in NZ BUT from deepest zumerset zider country to you is a long way so please keep all posteted as to progress plus lots of pic's
Bob

Thread: 3D printers coming of age...?
07/11/2013 20:18:22

Wow Speedy
Yes I have seen the prosthetics, very rarely watch TV But I would like to get into this Technologey but where doese one start..

Bob

Thread: Outstanding Service
07/11/2013 20:11:47

Well Rod lucky you
Have had a number of items go AWOL, "Royal Mail" as far as I amconcerned there is nothing "Royal" about them any more... Some BLEEP has now got a quantity of brass bar that was destined for a client (and that was only the tip of the iceberg.) Try to use only couririer services these days.
Bob

Thread: 3D printers coming of age...?
07/11/2013 19:36:04

hopefully not makeing guns

Bob

Thread: Delay in availability of SIEG machines from ARC
06/11/2013 16:43:47

Ketan
Thank you for the info, Yes Ian they are a major hazard and just wish the damned Somalians would tow them in there must be more profit in these than piracy, but that might take brains.... not guns...
kind regards to all
bob

Thread: Sensor for toy
06/11/2013 11:44:54

bin it
Bob

Thread: thread of a record 36 vice
05/11/2013 16:26:08

Got one of these years ago when ELF and SAFETY decided to have our metal working shop shut down, if I remember it originally cost around 15.00. another thing was a very large anvil on a stand a few years before this they decided to instruct us that the point must be removed as a student might impail themself. (God there were a few that I would have happily stuck them on backwards) now back to the plot will take mine apart and measure it.

Bob

05/11/2013 15:59:49

To this company there was a person on a tennis court who used to to say "You have to be joking"

Bob

Thread: Sensor for toy
05/11/2013 15:40:23

take it back not worth the hastle and time to fix it

bob

Thread: Delay in availability of SIEG machines from ARC
05/11/2013 15:30:27

Hi Ketan,

Hope you get your shipment safe and sound, Have been throught the what we call the Somalian Straits last time in convoy with a Russian Battleship and chopper. rear of ship was covered in razor wire. been through the Bay of Biscay many times and seen waves taller than the ship. Went through the Panama Canal with one of these container ships tailing us boy fully loaded they are BIG.
Everyone please be patient with Ketan,
A now happily retired old seadog
Bob

Thread: Extra Special Subscription Gift for Model Engineers’ Workshop
04/11/2013 12:17:49

Can I cancel my standing order - re-subscribe and get this item....
Bob

Thread: Train Layout
04/11/2013 12:14:02

Thank you John what a layout what gauge is this...

Bob

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