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Member postings for Roger Williams 2

Here is a list of all the postings Roger Williams 2 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: Audi recall
24/09/2016 15:42:11

John, I dont know why any manufacturer fits them , because as you say, hardly anyone use the bloody things anymore, including the police.

Thread: Telly tonight
22/09/2016 09:26:06

Just like Poldark. How an organisation can spend so much on a drama which ends up crap. Lovely stories ruined by mostly poor acting , over acting and many mistakes. Nice women though.

Thread: Free Taps and Dies.
19/09/2016 09:46:52

Hello all, taps and dies off to a new home emotion.

18/09/2016 12:28:47

Hello all, right, rescued these from my old workplace. An ammo box of taps and dies. Some large hexagonal dies, Whit, BSF, UNF etc , up to 1 1/2 , and more normal sizes of the same threads.Some largish diestocks as well plus some odds and sods. Rather than throw this lot away, I reckon someone would be able to put them to good use.

Free, but collection only from Teignmouth, Devon.  First to PM me can have em.

Edited By Roger Williams 2 on 18/09/2016 12:30:14

Thread: This Old Tony 'making an espresso pot'
09/09/2016 11:51:27

Hello all, might of interest , ( would someone put the link up please), one of the best contributors on utube in my opinion. Making an espresso pot. Cheers.

Thread: Doubleboost, "High Precision ***"
19/08/2016 09:53:55

Thanks Michael and Jason.

19/08/2016 08:54:20

This is a bit alarming !. Perhaps someone would kindly put the link to John's video.

Thread: What Did You Do Today (2016)
18/08/2016 13:33:22

Got carried away with the Unimat's new carbide tooling.

Thread: Feed, speed, and swarf.
20/07/2016 08:56:54

+1 on ' this old tony ' videos. One of the best in my opinion.

Thread: Chop saw
08/07/2016 22:46:30

Hello, ive got one that Neil mentions, fantastic !. Tad noisy and lots of flying metal shards on the downside.

Thread: which camera?
16/06/2016 21:02:25

NJH , you certainly havent offended me in the slightest , in fact I enjoy these friendly discussions !. Long may they continue. Regards to all.

16/06/2016 09:31:49

Tim, well said.

I used to carry around a DSLR with a few lenses, spending to much time trying to decide which one to fit on the camera. Sod that, since I bought the little Fuji with its fixed 35mm equivalent lens, Ive found I enjoy photography hell of a lot more.

Edited By Roger Williams 2 on 16/06/2016 09:37:43

15/06/2016 23:12:11

Hello all, as has been mentioned, some shoot in RAW , some are happy with the JPegs straight from the camera. I bought a Fuji X100s some time ago and Im certainly happy with the JPegs it produces. They certainly look OK to my untrained eye !. I would literally rather throw the camera in the fire than sit at a computer manipulating RAW files. So each to his own.

Thread: There is a job to be done.
03/05/2016 17:20:34

At least youve got a decent exploded drawing for reference !. Good luck to you anyway.

Thread: Unusual YORK Lathe
01/05/2016 18:59:51

Lovely job there, a credit to you.

Thread: View from my shed
28/04/2016 17:26:06

Behind my shed theres a nudist colony, but me camera's broken......

Thread: What Did You Do Today (2016)
19/04/2016 21:50:36

John Hinkley, nice job youve done there !. Ive fancied making one of those, but it looks a tad complicated. Hope it works OK.

Thread: Motorcycle General Discussion
17/04/2016 09:48:39

Windy, keep your posts coming, so interesting .

Thread: Too stealthy: New off-radar US destroyer poses maritime traffic risks
12/04/2016 18:35:25

Mechman 48,, dont forget the fact that a couple of years ago, we had 45 admirals too !!!. More than ships.

Thread: Another scammer
12/04/2016 18:31:11

Hello all, had 2 like this last month, I just told them to **** off. ( buzz).

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